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Student Status Management in Chinese Universities
2004/10/27

China's universities require students to register with schools in time. New students have to pass qualification reviews before officially obtaining the status or identity as a student.

Students are checked both on study attendance and academic records in China's universities, not allowed to cut classes without reason, and have to take examinations required in teaching plans. Students are not allowed to move to the higher grade before finishing subject studies and necessary qualifications required in the school year. Students of the universities where the credit
system is adopted can get the credit of a subject after passing the exam. Students will have to repeat the year's work, stay down or be ordered to quit school, if he or she fails in the exams.


Students of good behavior and study will be rewarded and commended in China's universities. Students who violate school disciplines and regulations will face discipline punishment.

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