University of Rwanda UR Registration 2021 – 2022
University of Rwanda UR Registration 2021 – 2022 – Check Below:
A. PROCEDURES FOR REGISTRATION
To be considered a bona fide student of the University of Rwanda, a candidate must be registered in an appropriate programme offered by the university in order to be allowed to attend lectures or other teaching/learning activities of the university, or to examinations or other assessments.
A candidate admitted to the UR-School of ODL may register as full time or part time. The academic year comprises two semesters consisting of 30 weeks for full time study. Part-time study spans 60 weeks over two years. Admitted candidates must register online or physically at the Registrar’s Office one month before the beginning of each academic year.Period for registration shall be announced by Registrar’s Office two months before the start of the new academic year.
A full time student opts for registration in a regular programme of study in one given academic year, attends all the schedule programme modules and sits for all required assessments leading to an award of certificate, diploma or degree of the UR.
A part time student does not register for all required modules in a given programme in any one academic year and therefore takes longer to complete the requirements for the relevant award.
28. A candidate opting to register on part time basis is required to take at least half of the modules offered in a semester as minimum and shall aim at completing a degree programme in a period not exceeding seven (7) years.
29. Where programmes are available in both full time and part time modes, candidates may be permitted to transfer from full time to part time or from part time to full time within the College at an appropriate point in the programme as specified by the School managing the programme.
30. Student will be allowed to change registered modules or programmes later than two weeks after the beginning of the academic year.
31. Admitted candidates must register individually at an appointed place and at an appointed time at the beginning of each module before the beginning of teaching. Dates between which students may register shall be advertised.