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About the Department

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About the Department / Student Counselling

In addition to conducting research and teaching, the department’s professors also take on the role of mentors to our students using different methods, be it through different activities or individual counselling, to better understand and guide students in their everyday life here on campus, homework and any other issues they might face. All the department’s professor have office hours set aside specifically for student counselling and mentorship and the teacher student relationships are very pleasant. With regard to students’ academic performance, the university’s Academic Affairs Office has an early warning system set up which takes effect after each semester’s midterm exams. After the midterm exams teachers are required to hand in the grades of all their students’ who have not passed the exams to the Office of Academic Affairs, after which the students’ parents or guardians are notified. This is to help parents or guardians understand their son’s/daughter’s/ward’s current situation. The students’ advisors will also be notified of the students’ less than ideal academic performance in order to allow them to formulate appropriate way to best counsel the students. This is done with the combined help of the university, the department, parents/guardians, and teachers who all come together to help the students enhance their learning and academic performance.

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