Article 1 – The duration of training at MIT the Mediterranean University of Tunis is - three (03) years sanctioned by obtaining the Diploma of applied license for the license courses - two (02) years sanctioned by the Obtaining the professional master's degree for master's courses
Article 2 – Registration at the Mediterranean University of Tunis is annual and the academic year is organized in two semesters. Each semester consists of 14 weeks of teaching and ends with a main exam session. A remedial session, for both semesters, is scheduled at the end of the academic year.
Article 3–The semesters are organized into teaching modules (ME). The ME can be given in the form of lectures, integrated courses, practical work, projects or the realization of personal work..
Article 4 complete professional internships according to the study plans in force. The training includes an end-of-study internship for the LMD cycles during the second semester of the final year. These internships are professional in nature and are supervised by at least one teacher from the Mediterranean University of Tunis.
Article 5 – The teaching units, the elements they include, the options, the form of the lessons, their hourly volume as well as the coefficients of the related tests are defined in the study plan in force.
Article 6 – Tuition fees are payable in full before the start of the school year, however a four-stage payment facility may be exceptionally granted at the request of the person concerned and after agreement from the general management. Said fees are non-refundable. Students who have not paid their tuition fees will not be allowed to take the exams.
Article 1 –An absence from a course, a visit or any other pedagogical activity (with or without an unannounced knowledge test) can only be justified by reasons such as: - Hospitalization, death of a close relative, - Summons cannot be postponed (army, police, justice, driving license). In this case, the student must have informed the Director of promotion and the teachers concerned by the absence. - Invitation of the student to an interview for an internship or an appointment with specialist or hospital doctors.
Article 2 - The presence of students at all lessons (integrated courses, practical work, seminars and company visits) is compulsory. It is rigorously controlled by the teachers. No student is admitted to class after the start of a session.
Article 3–Any absence, justified or not, from an exam or a test scheduled in advance results in a mark equal to zero.
Article 4– Reports of miscellaneous work (homework, projects, reports) must be submitted to the responsible teacher. In case of delay, a penalty is decided by the teacher of the module in question.
It should be noted that medical certificates do not necessarily constitute proof of absences.
III. THE EXAMINATION SYSTEM
Article 1– The student must report to the exam room at the time scheduled by the exam schedule. In the event of a delay of more than 20 minutes, the student is prohibited from entering the examination room. No additional time will be given to the late candidate.
Article 2 –A student is only entitled to take the main exam for the June session once he has paid the full registration fee.
Article 3- During the written tests, the following rules must be respected by the student. The student must: Compose personally and alone (unless otherwise provided); Use only the equipment expressly authorized in the control procedures (calculating machines, documents, etc.); It is essential to present yourself at the place of examination at least 10 minutes before the start of the tests; Have on him all the documents necessary for his identification (student card imperative) Sign the call list; Sit in the reserved seat in case of numbered seats; Use only the copies and drafts made available by the administration when this material is provided. The student must not: Keep near him in the examination room schoolbag or bag that can contain lessons and sheets; - Use any unauthorized method of storing information (paper, programmable machines); - Use any means of communication with the outside; - Stay in the examination room once your paper has been delivered. - Leaving the examination room: Before at least 30 minutes from the start of the event Without having signed in front of his name for the delivery of copy
Article 4 – The use of unauthorized documents, communication between students during tests, drafts written in large print to be seen from afar, use of mobile phones, etc. Are all considered attempted fraud. In this case, the student is liable to the penalties provided for by law.
Article 5 – In the event of flagrante delicto of fraud or attempted fraud in the examinations, the supervisor responsible for the room shall take all measures to put an end to the fraud or the attempt without interrupting the participation in the test of the candidate(s). He seizes the documents or materials making it possible to subsequently establish the reality of the facts. He sends a report countersigned by the other supervisors and by the author(s) of the fraud or attempted fraud. However, in the event of problems affecting the conduct of the tests, the expulsion from the examination hall may be ordered by the competent administrative authorities.
Article 6–Any cheating or attempted cheating during any test (examination or continuous assessment) results in the exclusion of the student from the examination room. A zero mark is then automatically assigned to him and he is brought before the Disciplinary Board.
Article 7–The Mediterranean University of Tunis implements the necessary measures for the preservation of intellectual property and the fight against plagiarism and illicit practices through the systematic passage of PFE reports and dissertations on a similarity detection platform . Consequently, all work with a rate of similarities exceeding the acceptance threshold will be systematically invalidated and the students concerned will be required to take the necessary corrective measures.
Article 8– Any absence from one of the tests of the final exam is sanctioned by a mark equal to zero.
Article 9–For each element or teaching unit, an average is calculated resulting from the marks obtained in the various knowledge control tests. The weighting coefficients assigned to these tests are fixed according to the form of the lessons, specific to each element or unit as follows: Integrated Course: o 60% final exam o 40% continuous control Integrated course and practical or personalized work: o 50% final exam o 20% continuous control of the Course/TD part o 30% continuous control of the TP or Pr part Practical work (TP) or personalized work (Pr): o 100% continuous control
Article 11Elements that are organized exclusively in the form of practical work or personalized work do not have a final exam and cannot be retaken.
Article 12– In the event of repetition, the student only retakes the ME whose average is less than 10/20.
Article 13– The Mediterranean University implements a procedure for handling complaints and appeals for the benefit of its students and all interested parties. This procedure is published on the school's official website and offers a secure and peaceful framework for the handling of complaints and all appeals against administrative or disciplinary decisions in accordance with the requirements of the ISO 21001:2018 standard and the guidelines of the ISO 10002:2018 standard.
IV. PROGRESS OF INTERNSHIPS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Article 1–The training provided at the Mediterranean University of Tunis is supplemented by compulsory professional internships as an End of Studies Project (PFE) in the second semester of the final year. The validation of internships and the defense of the PFE are done in accordance with the rules defined by each Department concerned.
Article 2 –Students who have not validated their professional internships or who have not successfully defended their PFE can benefit from an extension of up to six months.
Article 3- The student has the right to benefit free of charge at most from one training course certifying with his exam and from a second training course without the exam.
Article 4 – The graduating student must submit five copies of his final graduation project report, as well as a digital version of the said report, to the school office no later than one week before the start date of the courses. defenses of the same year. In the event of late submission of the PFE reports, a penalty of 1 point deducted from the PFE score, per day of delay is applied. If the delay exceeds 4 days, the defense will be automatically postponed to September with a penalty of 4 points deducted from the PFE mark.
V. RULES OF LIFE WITHIN THE MEDITERRANEAN UNIVERSITY OF TUNIS
Article 1It is strictly forbidden for all public (staff and students) to smoke, as in any public place, inside all buildings (including entrance hall, entrance hall, corridors, toilets).
Article 2It is forbidden to eat (drinks included) in the laboratories, the teaching rooms and the library.
Article 3The use of mobile phones is prohibited, in reception as well as in transmission, in these rooms
Article 4– Respect for others, a tolerant attitude and respect for the social, human and philosophical differences of each are an obligation for all. Politeness, respect for teachers and students as well as for the environment, equipment and property of the Mediterranean Polytechnic School of Tunis are also duties of citizenship.
Article 5–The safety rules displayed in each room must be respected
Article 6 –The Mediterranean University collects data relating to students for intended uses within the framework of its university teaching services and puts in place all the necessary provisions for the preservation of these data and their protection against access or use. by unauthorized persons. The student who reads these rules of procedure certifies that he has been informed of the purpose of the processing of his personal data and of his right to lodge a complaint with the INPDP for any violation in the processing of his personal data, his right of access to his personal data, at the address: firstname.lastname@example.org and he consents to the processing of his personal data
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