Students registered for the Postgraduate Diploma
In order to be able to proceed to a Master degree, a student registered for the Postgraduate Diploma must normally pass in all courses and he or she may proceed to Masters degree. If the student will be successful at the Masters Degree examination, the pass at the Postgraduate Diploma examination will no longer be valid and the Masters degree will be awarded. If the student fails the Masters degree examination, he or she will be awarded the Postgraduate Diploma with effect from the year in which the Postgraduate Diploma examination was completed with overall GPA of 2.7 or above and no any poor grade. A student who accepts the award of the Diploma will not be permitted to re-register for Master Degree at a later date.