Regulations

2. FEES AND CHARGES

Regulations – Part II (FEES AND CHARGES)

Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent - B.Sc. Study Program

 

2.1 FOREGROUND

Study in TPU Tashkent is contract-payment based, therefore a student can be admitted or re-admitted, progressed to the next level or graduated after payment for study is fully covered by a deadline indicated in the Contract between TPU Tashkent and the student.

1. The tuition fees for an academic year are set according to the Separate order of the Rector and must be paid within the deadline indicated in the contract. Two kind of payments are only allowed:

§  full instalment (for the whole academic year);

§  two instalments: 50% for the first semester, 50% for the second semester.

2. Repeating students only are allowed to pay the annual tuition fee at 50% discount.

3. The fees of the examinations that are based on contract-payment basis for graduating students are 250 000 UZS per exam. For each academic year, the third call is free for graduating students.

 

 

 

 


 

ANNEX A. Certificates accepted or exemptions in substitution for IELTS at TPU Tashkent

 

Examination Board

Certificate

Minimum requirements

IELTS

https://www.ielts.org/

IELTS General Training

5.0

Cambridge Assessment English

http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/exams-andtests/

qualifications/general

 

formerly known as:

Cambridge English Language Assessment

http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/exams

All certificates

Cambridge English Scale: score 15

BULATS

Reading & Listening: overall score 54

Writing  e  Speaking:  at  least  one  B2  in  one  of  the 

Tests

 

 

Cambridge English Language Assessment http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/exams/

Cambridge English: PRELIMINARY (PET)

Pass with Merit

 

BULATS

Reading & Listening: overall score 54

Writing and Speaking: at least one B2 in one of the tests

 

 

ETS

http://www.ets.org/toefl

TOEFL ibt

62

TOEFL cbt

210

TOEFL pbt

547

 

TOEIC

Listening: 360 Reading: 350

Speaking: 150 Writing: 140

Pearson http://pearsonpte.com/

Pearson Test of English Academic

51

LCCI - EDI / Pearson http://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/lcci.html

 

JETSET

JETSET Level 4

Reading, Writing, Listening e Speaking: pass with overall score (“total”) “Distinction”

Trinity

Trinity ISE I

Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking: pass with overall result “Distinction” in all the tests

 

You can be exempted from IELTS 5.0 if, upon enrolment, you turn in a stamped declaration/certificate written on official letterhead, certifying that:

§  you have attended at least one school year at a higher education institute in which the medium of instruction is English. In this case the school must issue a certificate stating that ”The medium of instruction is English”.

§  you have a foreign high school diploma which is recognized by the Italian Ministry of Education and Research as equivalent to the Italian “diploma di maturità”, or you have a higher qualification awarded by a higher education institute in which the medium of instruction is English. In both cases the school must issue a certificate stating that “The medium of instruction is English”.


 

ANNEX B. Certificates considered equivalent to the admission test

 

GRE (General Test) with a minimum score of 153 in the "Verbal" section and 144 in "Quantitative" section and any score in the "Analytical Writing" section

GMAT with a minimum score of 500 in the two sections "Verbal" and "Quantitative", with any score in the "Analytical Writing" section.

SAT (until Mar. 2016). Test SAT (sections: Critical reading, Writing, Mathematics) and SAT Subject Test (sections: Physics and Mathematics Level 1 or 2), with a minimum score of 500 in each section. The three sections of the Test SAT test can be replaced by ACT Test with a minimum score of 20.

SAT (after Mar. 2016). SAT (sections: Evidence-Based Reading and Writing, Math) and SAT Subject Test (sections: Physics and Mathematics Level 1 or 2), with a minimum score of 500 in each section. The two sections of the SAT test can be replaced by ACT Test with a minimum score of 20.

ANNEX C. Examination (general assessment criteria and grades)

An examination is made of written and/or oral questions, not necessarily with the same weight and relevance to the assessment purpose. The overall examination in a teaching module may include different pieces of work to be performed individually. The mark awarded for an individual piece of work will contribute to the overall assessment of the module according to the rules that teachers will set up and present to students in the lectures.

Please also refer to specific assessment criteria set out in the module documentation and provided by teachers.

Passed exams are graded satisfactory, good or excellent when a module has been attempted and the overall marks of 18-20, 21-25 or 26-30 are respectively achieved. A module is recorded as failed when an overall mark is less than 18.

 

General Assessment Criteria

Mark Range

Grade

The outcome does not contain much relevant material, makes a limited or no serious attempt to answer the question, and has little or no coherence. What little evidence exists to show that learning has taken place is interspersed with nonsense.

0-17

Fail

The student attempts to answer the questions but is only partially successful in doing so, with most of fundamental materials included, though some misunderstandings and/or errors of fact may occur. The outcome should show at least an overall gist of the issues, but may lack structure and be poorly written.

18-20

Satisfactory

The student demonstrates a good awareness of theoretical issues, problems and solution methods, and at least a detailed understanding of the major issues. Reading is likely to go beyond basic textbooks, and should show at least a basic ability to prove underlined theories related to the subject. Written outcomes should be well-structured and well-written.

21-25

Good

Beyond the aforementioned requirements of "Good” criteria, the student is supposed to possess original insight and a clear ability to discuss underlined issues. There should be a full understanding of theoretical issues. Written outcomes should be well-structured and well-written.

26-30

Excellent