A student who has accumulated at least 120 credits by the end of the third year of studies and whose grade point average is at least 85 may be admitted to the study program at Mitar Engineering. The department may set a higher acceptance threshold.
- A student who has accumulated at least 120 credits by the end of the third year of studies and whose grade point average is at least 85 may be admitted to the study program at Mitar Engineering. The department may set a higher acceptance threshold.
- The cumulative average of the student's grades until the end of the third year is among the 20% highest averages in that cycle. This is a necessary but not sufficient condition; The department may set a higher threshold.
- By the time of admission to the Faculty of Engineering, the student will find a supervisor who is interested in guiding him in the research work.
- The department will recommend the best students it wishes to accept at its discretion, provided that they meet the minimum required conditions, as indicated in Sections 1-3. The faculty will be the body that approves admission to this program.
- The study program at Mitar Engineering is structured for five years of study for the two degrees together, where at the end of the fourth year of his studies the student will receive a bachelor's degree, subject to fulfilling the conditions indicated below, and at the end of the fifth year of his studies he will receive the master's degree subject to fulfilling all the requirements of the program.
- The student will be admitted to the Faculty of Engineering in the fourth year.
- The chairman of the teaching committee of the department, in coordination with the supervisor and with the approval of the faculty, will determine a departmental curriculum for the M.T.R. in Engineering. A student at Mitar Engineering will be able to complete his studies for a bachelor's and master's degree by accumulating a total of 184 credits (160 credits for a bachelor's degree + 36 credits for a master's degree - up to 12 credits in elective courses for a master's degree).
- In the first year at Mitar Engineering (the student's fourth year), the student will study master's degree courses of up to 12 credits, in addition to the bachelor's degree courses required by the curriculum.
- In the first year at Mitar for Engineering, the student will carry out a project. The milestones in the project will be within the submission deadlines of the engineering project in the department. The final report of the project will include a detailed proposal for the thesis which will be submitted for the approval of the supervisor and the departmental teaching committee. The student will be required to defend it before the teaching committee for the master's degree and before the supervisor; This grade will be reported to him as the grade in the engineering project in the bachelor's degree and will be used as preparation for writing the thesis for the master's degree.
- The student will be required to maintain an average of 85 each semester, to accumulate at least 15 credits in courses in semesters 7, 8 and to register for an engineering project and courses for the first and second degrees. In semesters 9, 10 the student must accumulate at least 6 credits; This is to ensure proper progress.
- At the end of the first year at Mitar for Engineering (end of year 4) the student must finish his duties for the bachelor's degree and close the degree with 160 credits, then he can continue his studies for the second year at Mitar for Engineering (year 5 - which is the second year of the master's degree ).
- Upon completion of the first degree and continuing studies in the second year at Mitar for Engineering, the student will be notified of exemptions from the master's degree courses he studied during the fourth year, amounting to up to 12 credits.
- A student will be able to choose at any stage (even after the defense of the research proposal) to complete the first degree project as a regular first degree student, in addition to writing a thesis proposal and defending it. In the event that he completes the above assignments, the higher grade of the two will be reported to him as a bachelor's degree project grade.
- Honors awards: A student must study in the fourth year (first year of a master's degree) at least 36 credits in order to meet the criteria for receiving honors awards. In calculating the average for honors, all courses the student took in a particular year will be taken into account. The awards will be distributed in the following year only. If the student does not will be academically active in the following year - will not receive an award. In the fifth year, the criteria for honors awards will be determined as is customary in the master's degree.
- A student at Mitar for Engineering will not be able to request a study leave during his studies
Aid scholarships and tuition fees
- A student who is admitted to the MTR for Engineering will be able to serve as a teaching assistant and will be entitled to receive a tuition scholarship and a subsistence scholarship as a master's student for everything.
- A student at Mitar for Engineering is guaranteed a tuition scholarship, which will amount to 12 credits of master's degree courses, which will cover part of the tuition for the fourth year of undergraduate studies. In addition, the student will receive a full exemption from tuition fees in the fifth year of his studies (second year of the master's degree), provided that he has studied only the courses required according to the program (for excess courses the student will have to pay independently).
dropped out of the program
A student at Mitar for Engineering can at any stage give up the track and return to a normal study track for a bachelor's degree, provided that he has not yet completed the requirements that allow him to be eligible for a bachelor's degree within the fast-track track.
In this case the following procedures will be followed:
- The master's level courses studied as part of the bachelor's degree will be recognized as elective courses for the bachelor's degree.
- The student must submit a summary of the work he did, which will be at the level of a bachelor's degree project.
- Termination of all scholarships without prior notice, and a demand for the return of the scholarship money paid to the scholarship holder from the department's budgets and the researcher's budgets, including a tuition scholarship (if some of the courses he studied were at the master's degree level, the student will have to pay the differences in tuition if these courses are used to complete the bachelor's degree) as well as the return of the stipend A central training fund for scholars.
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