Academic Regulations Click to edit Master title style 2015 Division of faculties: 1. Faculty of Chemical and Materials Technology (U04-201) 2. Faculty of Civil Engineering (U03-201) 3. Faculty of Information Technology (ICT-407) (located at Akadeemia tee 15a) 4. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (U05-203) 5. Faculty of Power Engineering (U07-234) 6. Faculty of Science (U04-208) 7. Faculty of Social Sciences (SOC-340) 8. School of Economics and Business Administration (SOC-248) Dean´s office Each faculty has a Dean´s office: • • • • • • • • • • advising on studies confirmation letters on student status study results study load scholarships fulfilment of curriculum academic leave study contracts, invoices study Information System ÕIS Exchange stduies, internship, etc. Study Consultants at TUT Nr Faculty Name of the Study Consultant Location E-mail 1 School of Economics and Business Administration Piret Levertand SOC 248 [email protected] 2 Faculty of Social Sciences Archil Chochia SOC 325 [email protected] 3 Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Moonika Asu Jana-Ines Saidla U05 203 [email protected] [email protected] 4 Faculty of Information Technology Katri Kadakas ICT 407 (Akadeemi a tee 15A) [email protected] 5 Faculty of Civil Engineering Betra Leesment U03 201 [email protected] 6 Faculty of Chemical and Materials Technology Marju Hõimla U04 201 [email protected] 7 Faculty of Science Maarja Märss U04 208 [email protected] ÕIS (Study Information System) • subject registration • Invoices • application submission for scholarships, exchange studies, academic leave • timetable • academic calendar • study results • …. etc ÕIS (Study Information System) Step by step ÕIS quidelines are available www.ttu.ee/eng 1. 2. Select Study Information section Click on the Academic Information Please see link here http://www.ttu.ee/students/study-information-2/academicinformation/study-information-system-materials/ PS! Should you be needing any further information, kindly contact Study Consultant. How can I access ÕIS if I do not have the ID card yet ? Information System Office- location SOC-132 Step 1 Turn to Dean´s Office to ask if you already have a student code in ÕIS. Step 2 If you have student code available then visit Information System Office. Bring along identification Document and you will immediately be issued individuaal username and password. Access to ÕIS with ID/TRP card • Once you have received ID (TRP) card, kindly visit International Student Center U03-211 A • ID (TRP) card contains personal code which is unique • International Student Center will insert the code to the Study Info System (ÕIS) • Only if the ID code is inserted to ÕIS can student access it with ID (TRP) card • Only if the ID code is inserted to ÕIS can student apply for scholarships Academic Calendar- important information regarding studies • • • • • • the beginning and end of semester declaration deadline (registrating for the courses) holiday deadlines examination session dates thesis defence dates graduation ceremonies dates Also available in ois.ttu.ee First steps in ÕIS 1. 2. 3. Insert your personal data (mandatory, otherwise cannot continue in ÕIS) Check timetable Try to declare subjects (until the deadline indicated in ÕIS it is possible to withdraw submitted declaration and resubmit it again) Should you have any questions regarding declaration, please turn to Dean´s Office. Timetable in ÕIS Programme abbreviation in ÕIS Bachelor: • International Business Administration TVTB • International Relations TASB • Law HAJB • Integrated Engineering MVEB Timetable Programme abbreviation in ÕIS Master: • International Business Administration TVTM • International Relations and European-Asian Studies TASM • Law HAJM • Technology Governance HAGM • Work and Organizational Psychology HVWM • Cyber Security IVCM • Computer and Systems Engineering IASM • Communicative Electronics IVEM • E-Governance Technologies and Services IVGM • Environmental Engineering and Management EABM • Design and Engineering MADM • Industrial Engineering and Management MARM • Materials and Processes of Sustainable Energetics KAYM • Technology of Wood and Plastic KVEM • Health Care Technology YVEM • Mechatronics MAHM • European Architecture EVEM Timetable in ÕIS • Step 1 visit ois.ttu.ee • Step 2 For display language select English • Step 3 Select timetable and again display language English • Timetables are available by faculties. • Weeks are distributed odd and even, in total there are 16 weeks. Numbers added to the programme abbreviation indicate the semester subject is being taught: • nr 11- first year Autumn semester • nr 21- first year Spring semester • nr 31- second year Autumn semester Registering for a course in ÕIS • At the beginning of each semester all students must submit a study plan • if the study plan is not submitted student will be dismissed • the study plan is submitted via study information system (ois.ttu.ee) • study plan (declaration) must be submitted latest on the indicated dedline in Academic Calendar Declaration deadline 10th of September 2015 (17.00) • School of Economics and Business Administration • Faculty of Information Technology • Faculty of Power Engineering • Final deadline to submit declaration in ÕIS! PS! In some cases, a lecturer has a right to cancel the declartion made by student. In the Academic Calendar, 15th of September is a deadline for cancellation of students’ declarations by the lecturer. Declaration deadline 11th of September 2015 (17.00) • • • • • Faculty of Civil Engineering Faculty of Chemical and Materials Technology Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Faculty of Social Sciences Faculty of Science • Final deadline to submit declaration in ÕIS! PS! In some cases, a lecturer has a right to cancel the declartion made by student. In the Academic Calendar, 15th of September is a deadline for cancellation of students’ declarations by the lecturer. Registering for a course in ÕIS 1. What do to if declaration deadline has passed and you have forgotten to submit one? Turn to Dean´s office immediately and they will help you with the declaration. In addition, please: • make sure that you declare at least 22.5 credit points (you need to count the ECTS in ÕIS yourself) • make sure that subject code and professor´s name is correct Should you have any questions, please turn to your Dean´s office to ask for a help. Students who are studying on the tuition fee places must sign a contract in Dean´s office Bachelor • International Business Administration • International Relations • Law Master • International Business Administration • International Relations and European-Asian Studies • Law • Technology Governance • European Architecture To sign a contract, please turn to Dean´s Office School of Economics and Business Piret Levertand Study Consultant Room:SOC-248 Faculty of Social Sciences Archil Chochia Study Consultant Room: SOC-325 Faculty of Civil Engineering Betra Leesment Study Consultant Room: U03-201 Study regulation- examination sessions • 2 terms in 1 academic year- Autumn and Spring • 1 term consists 16 weeks of classroom and practical study Examination session in the end of semester • Autumn semester examination sessioon (2nd- 23nd of January 2016) • Autumn semester additional examination session (25th of January- 30th of January 2016) Study regulation- student code • every student has its unique student number • this number is necessary to identify you in the system ( ÕIS) • you need the student code to write on all applications, tests and other papers that are handed in at/in the university Example: 1. Nominal study Ren Zhang 1513001KAYM 2. Visiting student Martin Thompson 150290KV Study regulations- study plan Study plan consists: Standard study plan: • study load (ECTS) • different parts of curriculum • list of subjects per (compulsory, elective and semester optional subjects) • list of subjects • use standard study plan to • subject credit points (ECTS) compile your timetable • student testing methods (exam or fail/pass) • graduation terms Study regulations- study load • nominal study load per term or the capacity of study according to the curriculum per term is 30 European credit points (ECTS). Student may hold a full-time or partial load • Full-load study requires that a student collect at least 22.5 ECTS on a CUMULATIVE basis under the individual study plan by the end of each academic year for each term attended PS! This is important for BSc and MSc students to maintain free of charge place. • Partial- study load requires that a student collect at least 15-22 ECTS on a CUMULATIVE basis under the individual study plan by the end of each academic year for each semester attended. PS! From 2015/2016 it is mandatory for everyone to collect at least 15 ECTS on the first semester. Study regulations- declaration of exams and final tests • declaration of a subject is valid only 1 semester • if a student has not passed the subject within 1 semester time a new declaration in ÕIS must be submitted • second time declaration in ÕIS is only for the fee- an invoice will be issued via ÕIS • fee depends on the credit point price • prices may vary depending on the faculty Study regulations- declaration of exams and final tests • at least 2 exam times within the exam session • exam times are published at least 4 weeks before the start of the exam weeks • before the first exam there has to be at least one consultation • the time and place of which is published with exam times Registration for an exam • At the instructor or department/faculty (on paper) • through ÕIS Study regulations- assessment of student performance • differentiated assessment (examination, graded assessment • non-differentiated assesment (final test) E stands for examination A stands for final test (Fail/Pass) Study regulations- assessment of student performance “5”- excellent “4”- very good “3”- good “2”- fair “1”- passed “0”- fail MI- has not participated on the exam A- pass M- fail Study regulations- division of the curricula • • • • • general studies (humanitarian, languages etc) basic studies (mathematics, physics, basic chemistry) core studies (fundamentals of specialization) special studies (specialization subjects) free choice courses (only the required credit points given). You can choose: - Optional subjects- (subjects that are not in any TUT´s curricula) - Other TUT´s subjects Study regulations- free choice courses (some examples) TUT`s Sport Center (Männiliiva tee 7) Table tennis , basketball, aerobics, shido, volleyball, indoor, hockey athletic exercise – the centre has a big fitness hall with reasonably good equipment Study regulations- free choice courses (some examples) Faculty of Social Sciences- Language Center • HLE2200 Estonian Language and Culture • English based different languages (Russian, French, English, etc ) For further information visit the Language Center Room: X-471 Contact: Kristel Laanepere Email: [email protected] This presentation is also available on www.ttu.ee/orientationdays Have a Nice Academic Year!