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- June 1 to August 31: 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
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Everything you need to know to choose your classes.
Due to the specialized nature of its programs, the Faculty only allows engineering students, or previously admitted students upgrading their academic standing, to enrol for engineering and computer science courses, unless given a special permission.
Retaking mandatory courses
When repeating a course, both final grades will be used in the calculation of the CGPA until the final grades becomes official. After which, only the second result (inferior or superior) will be used in the calculation of your CGPA. For more information, please consult the academic regulation 5.6.
If you have failed a mandatory course for a second time, you must ask for permission to retake the course a third time in order to be able to continue your program of studies. Please send your request to .
Upgrading academic standing
Students can upgrade their academic standing by taking approved courses at the Faculty.
All document submission should be sent to us by email. Here is the procedure to follow for official transcripts:
- Order an official transcript from the educational institution;
- When you receive your transcript at home, please take a photo of the sealed envelope;
- Open the envelope and scan the transcript that you will send to the above email address including the envelope photos.
Forms and requests
*Deadlines are firm, therefore requests submitted after these dates will be refused.