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Active Enrollment Requirements and Maximum Period of Study

Active Enrollment Requirements refer to how many ECTS points you must have passed in order to stay enrolled. Maximum period of study refers to how much time you have to complete your degree programme.

Active Enrolment Requirement: Pass at least one exam per year
You must pass at least one exam per year. This means that you, after your first year of study, at any given point in time must have passed at least one exam in the preceding year. If you have not, you will be withdrawn from your programme. The Study Start Test does not count as a passed exam.

Maximum Period of Study

There is a limit to how long you may take to complete your studies:

  • in the Bachelor’s programme you may spend 1 additional year beyond the standard period of study (stipulated time), to complete your programme.
  • in the Master’s programme you may spend an additional 6 months beyond the standard period of study (stipulated time), to complete your programme.

If things do not go according to plan
If, due to exceptional circumstances, you are not able to meet the Active Enrollment Requirements or  complete your programme within the maximum period of study, you may apply for exemption from the rule/rules.


Last Updated 16.09.2019