1. Students have the right to learn in a comfortable environment. All required services and essentials for modern education will be provided by the university.
2. Students have the right to expect all facilities that are helpful for education, such as libraries, laboratories, and internet service, which should be available at the university. (The university will endeavor to ensure that the quality of these essentials meets global standards.)
3. Students have the right to receive instruction that is up to date with the latest developments in their fields of specialization, and in line with the programs of study laid out for the universities in our region. (The university will endeavor, as far as possible; to develop these programs in order to keep them up to date with developments around the world in the different areas of specialization.)
4. Students have the right to receive a fair, objective academic evaluation of their educational level by means of a solid system of examinations in order to keep errors at the lowest possible level and to ensure fairness among all students. (The university manages an electronic examination system using highly efficient computer programs and tries continuously to develop these programs.)
5. Students have the right to postpone an academic year, if necessary, according to the rules and instructions of the university, taking into consideration the period of study. [For more information see the exam instructions.
6. Students have the right to hold parties on national occasions, to go on academic field trips, and to go on recreational picnics in cooperation with the student union. These parties and trips must not affect the course of study and must be scheduled in coordination with the office of the appropriate dean.
7. Students have the right to participate in sporting, cultural, and artistic activities in order to develop and improve their abilities in their hobbies, in cooperation with the student union, through the department of extracurricular activities. These activities must not affect the course of the study and must be scheduled in coordination with the office of the appropriate dean.
8. Students have the right to make use of the permitted number of absences as time off in cases of emergency; provided these do not exceed the maximum number allowed before they affect the students’ grades. [See “The Course System.”]
9. Students have the right to increase the rate of permitted absences to 15\\\\\\\\\\\\% in cases of severe illness (verified by medical reports), births of children, and deaths of close relatives (parents, children, siblings).