International Student Sector (ISS)

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International Student Sector (ISS)

 

ISS sector aims at performs the following functions:

-Receiving and revising files of students from Arab countries with regard to tuition fees and registration procedures.

-ISS is the link between the SU and the central general administration in Cairo. According to the regulations of the University Organization Law, international students cannot exceed 10% of the total number of Egyptian students.

Graduating Students and Certificate Issuing

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Graduating Students and Certificate Issuing sector performs the following functions:

 

- ensuring results are in accordance with the Ministry of Higher Education's resolutions.

-issuing statistics based on results.

-issuing temporary certificates and degree reports.

-revising and issuing original certificates as well as modified results and graduates' data.

Academic Affairs Administration

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Academic Affairs Administration:

The administration performs the following tasks:

  • Preparing statistics of the numbers of students enrolled at the faculties.
  • Proposing the number of prospective students to join the faculties of the university and presenting the relevant information to the Student Affairs Council. The administration also conducts the necessary research about the academic affairs in the faculties as well as taking the executive procedures to implement the resolutions of the University Council and the Education and Student Committee concerning the academic system.
  • Reviewing the researches and memoranda about the academic affairs and participating in the preparation of the Education and Student Council concerning the academic affairs.
  • Considering the faculties’ proposals concerning the amendment and the setting of their internal regulations and presenting them to the relevant university councils.
  • Deciding on dates and deadlines of transfer to and from SU through the Central Transfer Office.
  • Holding special committees for students with disabilities and presenting them to the Higher Committee formed by the decree of the SU President and to notify the faculties of the decisions.
  • Preparing lists of cases of suspension, withdrawal and excuses and referring them to the Board of Education and Student Affairs.

Academic Affairs, Enrollment, Registration and Examinations Office

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Academic Affairs, Enrollment, Registration and Examinations Office

The Office performs the following tasks:

  • Prepare statistics of the numbers of students enrolled at the faculties.
  • Propose the number of prospective students to join the faculties of the university and present the relevant information to the Student Affairs Council.
  • Decide on dates and deadlines of transfer to and from SU through the Central Transfer Office.
  • Hold special committees for students with disabilities and present them to the Higher Committee formed by the decree of  the SU  President and to notify the colleges of the decisions.
  • Prepare lists of cases of suspension, withdrawal and excuses and refer them to the Board of Education and Student Affairs.
  • Receive college proposals on amending and setting their internal regulations and present them to the relevant university councils.
  • Review semester exam schedules of all faculties and refer proposed exam dates to the entitled councils for approval.
  • Prepare and following up exams for all grades through issuing statistics and periodic reports based on students attending or missing exams as well as cases of cheating and deprived students.
  • Provide required invigilators for both first and second term exams in coordination with SU faculties and general administrations.
  • Review exam remunerations of all teaching staff and employees at Suez University faculties, general administrations and affiliate units.
  • Revise exam results in coordination with the different faculties and Management Information System (MIS) unit.

Registration Administration

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Registration Administration

The administration performs the following tasks:

  • Following up the application of the rules set for the registering, transferring, moving and re-registering the students as well as reviewing the registers and records used for these purposes. The administration also keeps records for all B.A. and B.Sc. students’ data under both the traditional the home-study systems and keeps the records of the students’ states received from the faculties in alphabetical order. In addition, the administration organizes the procedures for the students’ admission in the B.A. and B.Sc. grades and identifies their numbers.
  • Helping the military recruitment office in the University to watch and implement the recruitment law.
  • Following up the payment of the University fees by the International students.
  • Receiving faculties’ proposals concerning the internal regulations and presenting them to the relevant authorities as well as receiving suggestions by faculties’ councils concerning moving or transferring or re-registering students according to the rules and issuing the necessary resolutions about them.