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University-initiated expulsion

University does not initiate expulsions during a student’s illness, vacation period, academic leave, academic leave for reasons of pregnancy and childbirth or parental leave. 

Expulsion is always done upon negotiation with the university’s Strategic Initiatives Support Department and the Student Council

More information on expulsion can be found in the Provision and Regulations on student expulsion (both in Russian). 

Expulsion after interim exams

You can read more on interim exams and repeat interim exams here

Preparation of expulsion documents

After repeat interim exams, the Student Services Office draws up lists of students to be expelled and informs these students via email. Within 14 days after receiving the email, you can provide a written explanation of why you failed to successfully complete your courses and fulfil the study plan. An admissible excuse, such as an illness, will make it possible to extend the period of your repeat interim exams. If you don’t have a good reason for failing to complete the program, however, you will be expelled within a 14-day period. 

The expulsion

You can receive your certificate of prior education and certificate of study period at the Student Services Office after you have filled out your exit checklist (My ISU => Education => Exit checklist). You will need to have your student ID card with you during this visit to hand it in at the Office. You will also have to move out of your dorm within a three-day period.

Expulsion due to failure to return to studies after an academic or parental leave

Within two weeks after your leave has ended, you can file an application to extend your leave or return to studies on your personal ISU page (more on that in the Academic leave section). If neither application is filed, the student will be expelled. 
 

Preparation of expulsion documents

After the two-week period is ended, the Student Services Office creates a draft order of expulsion and informs students to be expelled via email. 

The expulsion

You can receive your certificate of prior education and certificate of study period at the Student Services Office after you have filled out your exit checklist (My ISU => Education => Exit checklist). You will need to have your student ID card with you during this visit to hand it in at the Office.

Expulsion for violation of agreement terms

To extend the period during which you can provide your payment, you need to file a request at the Student Services Office. Then the decision is up to the rector. 

Preparation of expulsion documents

The Student Services Office forms the draft of the order of expulsion within five days after your last payment was due (or after the extended period to provide it has ended), informing the student about it via email. The contract for paid educational services will be terminated in a one-way fashion based on the order of expulsion.

The expulsion

You can receive your certificate of prior education and certificate of study period at the Student Services Office after you have filled out your exit checklist (My ISU => Education => Exit checklist). You will need to have your student ID card with you during this visit to hand it in at the Office. 

Expulsion due to failure to comply with the university’s internal regulations

You can read the rules and regulations here

In the event of a violation of the regulations, the student may be issued an admonition. If the rules are violated repeatedly over a year, the student will face expulsion. 

Preparation of expulsion documents

The Student Services Office creates the draft for order of expulsion and informes the student via email. 

The expulsion

You can receive your certificate of prior education and certificate of study period at the Student Services Office after you have filled out your exit checklist (My ISU => Education => Exit checklist). You will need to have your student ID card with you during this visit to hand it in at the Office. You will have to move out of your dorm room in three days.