Khoxy Posted July 29, 2019 Report Share Posted July 29, 2019 There is a certain university in Malawi with a rule which says an undergraduate student who fails a repeat course (s) shall be automatically withdrawn from the university. However the rule is non-compliance to the rules and regulations imposed on students with repeat course because no rules says about the number of course one has to pass in order to proceed to the next level. It is also a rule that a first year student who achieves a cGPA of 2.00 shall qualify for the progression to the second year regardless of any failed course (s). So as a first year repeating student, can I challenging the university decision at the court of law using the contradiction of their rules and regulations as evidence? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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