Q1: Qualification for withdrawal?
A: Students in bachelor’s degree program must apply for the withdrawal of the taken courses within the deadline announced by the school. No delayed application will be processed.
Q2: How many courses can be withdrawn each semester at most?
A: The number of subjects applied for withdrawal every semester is limited to two, including required physical education and military training.
Q3: The fourth year student only need to obtain 9 credits, therefore can the fourth year student participate in the course withdrawal?
A: After the students apply for the withdrawal, the credits taken in the semester should meet the minimum credits required.
For the first to third year bachelor students (fourth year for Department of Law), after they withdrew the courses taken, the minimum credit should be ten; for the senior, the minimum credit should be nine. For students extending the study, after they withdrawal from the subject taken, they should take at least one subject.
the students in bachelor further education program from the first to fourth
year, after they withdraw the course taken, the minimum credit should be nine;
for the grade five students and students extending the study, they should take
at least one course.
Q4: Will the credit fee of the withdrawn course be refunded?
A: The paid credit fee of the withdrawn course (including the tuition, computer training fee, and language training fee) will not be refunded. Students who have not paid the credit fee of the withdrawncourse should still pay the credit fee.
Q5: Will the credits of the withdrawn courses be calculated in the total credits in the semester?
A: The credits of the withdrawn course will not be calculated in the total credits in the semester.
Q6: Will the name and credits of the withdrawn courses be registered in the transcript of academic record?
The name and credits of the withdrawn course t will still be
registered in the transcript of academic record for the current semester and
all semesters with the "withdrawn” marked in the remark column,
indicating that the course has been withdrawn.
Q7: For students who obtain excellent academic achievements after applying for the withdrawal of courses taken, can they apply for the "Excellent Student Award”?
A: For students who obtain excellent academic achievements after applying for the withdrawalof the courses taken, the grant for Excellent Student Award is processed in accordance with "Grand for Excellent Student Award in Bachelor’s Degree Program”.
Q8: I have applied for the course withdrawal from a full-year curriculum. Why does it appear in the curriculum in the next semester?
A: The conversion time of pre-selection is earlier than the time of withdrawalat the end of semester. Thus, the full-year subject will be transferred into the pre-selection data in the next semester. If students withdrawthe course in the 1st semester, please delete the course directly upon primary registration and add other courses at the same time. If students have not deleted the withdrawncourse in the initial registration, the system will delete the course directly when processing the initial registration of course selection.
A: Students should apply for the withdrawal in person based on
the application procedure.
Q9: Should I handle the withdrawal in person?