Calendar 2000–01

1.1 Students pursuing undergraduate studies in Chinese Medicine shall observe rules and regulations stipulated by the University authorities where applicable and the pertinent Regulations Governing Undergraduate Studies in Chinese Medicine. 1.2 The General Regulations Governing Full-time Undergraduate Studies are applicable to full-time students in Chinese medicine with the exception of the following regulations: 5.1 – 5.6 concerning Period of Study 6.1 – 6.6 concerning Course Requirements and Exemptions 15.1 – 15.2 concerning Academic Probation and Discontinuation of Studies 16.1 – 16.6 concerning Graduation 17.2 concerning Degree Classification 2.1 Application for admission to the University as students in Chinese medicine shall comply with the Regulations Governing Admission to Full-time Undergraduate Studies. 3.1 A student shall be expected to graduate after five years of attendance in the Chinese Medicine Programme. 3.2 A student may apply on a prescribed form to the Registrar for an alteration of his period of study. No such application, however, shall be accepted after selection of courses for his expected year of graduation. 3.3 Notwithstanding Regulation 3.2, no student shall graduate without having completed at least five years of attendance. 3.4 Notwithstanding Regulation 3.3, a transfer student or any other student who has been granted course and unit exemptions on the basis of post- secondary qualifications may graduate in less than five years, provided that: (a) he shall have attended the Chinese Medicine Programme of this university for at least four years; and R egulations Governing Undergraduate Studies in Chinese Medicine