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Entitlement to study

How to be granted entitlement to study

Before you can be granted entitlement to study, you must have been admitted to a study programme or an individual course

Students who have been admitted to a study programme with a standard duration of 3 years are granted entitlement to study for up to 4 years.

Students who have been admitted to a master's degree with 90 or 120 credits are granted entitlement to study for up to 3 years.

Students who have been admitted to a study programme with a standard duration of 5 years are granted entitlement to study for up to 6 years.

Students who have been admitted to defined part-time studies are granted an entitlement to study of up to one year in excess of that which is deemed necessary for the part-time study.

Students who have been admitted to individual courses are granted an entitlement to study that corresponds with the duration of the course, usually one semester.

Leave of absence

Students may be granted up to one year's leave of absence. If leave is granted, this means that the time assigned for the studies must be extended accordingly. The Dean may stipulate other rules and conditions regarding the granting of leave of absence from studies.

Extensions to entitlement to study

The Dean may grant an extension of the entitlement to study for up to one year, in special circumstances or if the study is nearing completion.

If the entitlement to study is granted, the student may be required to wholly or partly complete the study in accordance with the curriculum or programme description applicable at the time the application is granted. The student must document the circumstances that are the reason for the application.