On condition that they meet other requirements for graduation, students who have successfully completed all courses in their registered undergraduate program at the end of any academic semester with a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.00 are eligible to receive a TED University Undergraduate Diploma.
For students whose cumulative grade point averages are at least 2.00 but have not been able to satisfy the requirements for graduation because of the letter grade F (FX is not accepted) received from two courses at the most, the executive board may provide the opportunity, without repeating these courses, to take an exam or do corresponding academic work on condition that the relevant course instructor has positive remarks.
Of students who complete their education in maximum 9 years, the ones whose Cumulative Grade Point Averages are 3.50 or higher are awarded High Honor, and the ones whose Cumulative Grade Point Averages are between 3.00-3.49 are awarded Honor status. However, students who have faced disciplinary action cannot be awarded these statutes. High honor and Honor students are given a special document along with their diplomas indicating their status.