12.1 Students can be removed from the matriculation register:
– at their own request on the basis of a personal application
– upon completion of a curriculum and issue of a diploma
– due to poor academic progress
– due to failure to participate in studies
– due to failure to pay the tuition fee by the due date
– due to a gross violation of academic ethics
– in the event of the student’s death
12.2 A student is removed from the matriculation register due to poor academic progress if:
– they fail to pass a subject after using the opportunities for passing it
– they have failed to pass a final defence or a final examination two or more times
– they have cumulatively completed less than 50% of the study volume set forth by the curriculum by the end of the academic year (see clause 9.2.2)
12.3 A student is removed from the matriculation register due to failure to participate in courses if they have not declared their studies for the semester by the deadline specified in the academic calendar or do not participate in the declared courses.
12.4 A student is removed from the matriculation register due to failure to pay the tuition fee on time if they have not submitted a substantiated application to the Head of the Financial and Administrative Department of the Office of Academic Affairs before the due date in order to extend the payment deadline for the tuition fee.
12.5 A student is removed from the matriculation register due to a gross violation of academic ethics if:
– they received an “F” for their final thesis or final examination due to unethical behaviour
– they have repeatedly violated the requirements of academic ethics
– they have, as a student, been convicted in court for a crime committed intentionally
– they have forged documents
12.6 Students are deleted from the matriculation register by a decree of the Rector of EBS.