Law Department Academic Advisors

Mr.Khalid khorsheed  First Grade

Dr. Mustafa Azmi Bingol  

Second Grade

Mr.Muhammad Ahraf

Mohammed Ashraf Sheikho

Third Grade

Mr.Mohammed Abdulkareem 

Muhammed Abdulkarim

Fourth Grade

Mr.Bewar abdulraheem

Bewar Abdulraheem Nirway

Fifth Grade

Academic Advising: A collaborative relationship between an Academic Advisor and a student that provides the student with a connection to services of the College. Academic Advising guides the student through a decision-making process to identify education, life and career goals and assists the student in creating a plan to realize those goals.

Academic Advisor:
*An instructor who has been assigned the responsibility of providing academic guidance to students in his/her program.
*An academic advisor is a faculty member whose role is to support your educational progress at Tishk International University.
Academic advising is a collaborative relationship between you and a designated teacher in your department.

The advisor’s role is to:

*Provide support and be a personal link to your department and your field of study
*Be available at advertised or prearranged times for consultation
*Provide information about university and department policies and procedures that may affect your academic progress
*Link you to all the resources the university has to offer
*Assist in the development of your academic success action plan

The Student’s rule is to …

  • Take an active part in the advising by keeping appointments and communicating with your advisor about any changes in your situation
  • Work with the advisor to develop a plan for your academic success
  • Bring questions, requests and concerns to your advisor about issues that are affecting your academic progress
  • Follow through on recommendations and referrals
  • Be prepared for each meeting

A good advisor:

  1. Is personally and professionally interested in being an advisor.
  2. Listens constructively, attempting to hear all aspects of students’ expressed problems.
  3. Sets aside enough regularly scheduled time to adequately meet the advising needs of students assigned to him/her.
  4. Knows university policy and practice in sufficient detail to provide students with accurate, usable information.
  5. Refers students to other sources of information and assistance .
  6. Attempts to understand student concerns from a student point of view.
  7. Views long-range planning as well as immediate problem-solving as an essential part of effective advising.
  8. Shares his/her advising skills with working colleagues who also are actively involved with advising.
  9. Continually attempts to improve both the style and substance of his/her advising role.