Maintaining student discipline
Staff members are obliged to maintain the discipline in the class and outside the class during the academic process. A staff member may expel the student from class for no more than one lecture.
If the staff member wishes to exclude the student from the academic process for a longer period of time due to misconduct, the professor should adhere to procedures outlined in the Study regulation and Code of Ethics for Students procedures and should be dealt by the Ethics and Disciplinary Commission of the respective faculty.
The staff of ESLG is committed to diverse and dynamic learning and must safeguard the environment free from discrimination and harassment.
Should there be any attempt by students, parents, relatives or other parties to influence academic staff regarding grades, assignments or any other matter, the academic staff must report the issue to the Head of Department, who will forward the report to the Vice Rector for Studies. Threats, intimidation, undue pressure, harassment or offers of bribes will not be tolerated and, for students, will result in disciplinary action and shall be dealt by the Ethics and Disciplinary Commission of the respective Faculty. Reporting such behavior is a requirement for academic staff.