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A student may be expelled from a higher education institution in the following cases:
a) at will;
b) in connection with the transfer of studies to another educational institution;
c) due to health (on the basis of the certificate of the medical commission);
g) for violating academic discipline and internal procedures of the higher education institution;
d) due to missing classes for more than 74 hours during one semester without good reason;
e) due to non-payment of tuition fees on time (for students studying on a fee-for-service contract);
j) in connection with the student's deprivation of liberty by the court;
z) due to death.
During military service, health recovery, pregnancy and childbirth, as well as child care leave, a student may be granted an academic leave based on the procedure approved by the Ministry of Higher and Secondary Special Education.
‼️ A student who is unable to master the subjects within the specified time (academic debt) will be dropped from the course by order of the rector of the higher education institution.
A student who has dropped out of a course due to academic debt can start his studies on a fee-contract basis from the beginning of the academic semester of the lower course.