Active enrolment requirements refer to how many ECTS points you must pass in order to stay enrolled. Maximum period of study (deadlines/time limits) refers to how much time you have to complete your degree programme
Active enrolment requirements: 45 ECTS per academic year
You must pass courses corresponding to a minimum of 45 ECTS per academic year. If you don’t comply with this requirement, the university will contact you the following year with a warning that you must pass a minimum of 45 ECTS in the following academic year.
Maximum period of study
There is a limit to how long you may take to complete your studies. This means that if you were enrolled on 1 September 2015 you must complete your programme no longer than six months after the standard time limit has expired.
If you were enrolled before 1 September 2015, special deadlines apply.
If things do not go according to plan
If exceptional circumstances have been the reason for your not having been able to meet the demands of the active enrolment requirements or the maximum period of study, you may apply for dispensation (exemption) from the rule/rules.
Read more about exceptional circumstances
Read about how to apply to your Study Board for exemption
Who may help?
If you have been delayed during your course of study, and therefore cannot comply with the active enrolment requirements or the maximum period of study, you are welcome to contact the student counsellors.