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The Study Progress Reform at the Faculty of Engineering

There has been a number of changes in the rules governing students during the summer of 2016. Here is a list of the most important changes. However, the list is not exhaustive. Please see your curriculum for the complete description of the rules relevant for you.

Rules governing all students

  • You must register for courses and exams yourself. This must be done in the registration periods (in May for courses taught in the autumn semester and in November/December for courses taught in the spring semester, respectively). You will not be registered by the university. Therefore, it may have serious consequences, if you forget to register yourself!
  • Course registration is binding, and withdrawal from registration requires a dispensation by the Academic Study Board.
  • You are only registered for the first exam attempt, once you are registered for a course.

You must actively register yourself for any re-exam as soon as possible and no later than 8 days after you have been informed about the assessment in question.

Important rules for bachelor students (BSc)

Students enrolled as of 1 September 2015:

  • First year of study: You must pass the study start test in September. You have 2 exam attempts.
  • First year of study: You must pass the first year examination by the end of the first year of study in order to be able to continue on your study programme. The first year exam consists of the courses offered on the first semester and the project module on the second semester. NB: you do not have right to 3 exam attempts in the modules which constitute the first year examination!
  • Maximum period of study: the bachelor programme must be completed within 4 years from study start
  • Student activity: You must pass at least 45 ECTS pr. year
  • Requirement of minimum activity: You must pass at least one exam, giving ECTS-points, pr. year.

Students enrolled up to and including 31 August 2015:

  • Maximum period of study: the bachelor programme must be completed within 4½ years from study start
  • Requirement of minimum activity: You must pass at least one exam, giving ECTS-points, pr. year.

Important rules for bachelor of engineering students (BEng)

Students enrolled as of 1 September 2016:

  • First year of study: You must pass the study start test in September. You have 2 exam attempts.
  • First year of study: You must pass the first year examination by the end of the first year of study in order to be able to continue on your study programme. The first year exam consists of the courses offered on the first semester and the project module on the second semester. NB: you do not have right to 3 exam attempts in the modules which constitute the first year examination!
  • Maximum period of study: the bachelor programme must be completed within 4½ years from study start
  • Student activity: You must pass at least 45 ECTS pr. year
  • Requirement of minimum activity: You must pass at least one exam, giving ECTS-points, pr. year.

Students enrolled 1 September 2015 - 31 August 2016:

  • First year of study: You must pass the first year examination by the end of the first year of study in order to be able to continue on your study programme. The first year exam consists of the courses offered on the first semester and the project module on the second semester. NB: you do not have right to 3 exam attempts in the modules which constitute the first year examination!
  • Maximum period of study: the bachelor programme must be completed within 7 years from study start
  • Student activity: You must pass at least 45 ECTS pr. year
  • Requirement of minimum activity: You must pass at least one exam, giving ECTS-points, pr. year.

Students enrolled up to and including 31 August 2015

  • Maximum period of study: the bachelor programme must be completed within 7 years from study start
  • Requirement of minimum activity: You must pass at least one exam, giving ECTS-points, pr. year.

Important rules for master students (MSc)

Students enrolled as of 1 September 2015

  • Maximum period of study: the bachelor programme must be completed within 2½ years from study start
  • Student activity: You must pass at least 45 ECTS pr. year
  • Requirement of minimum activity: You must pass at least one exam, giving ECTS-points, pr. year.

Students enrolled up to and including 31 August 2015:

  • Maximum period of study: the bachelor programme must be completed within 3 years from study start
  • Requirement of minimum activity: You must pass at least one exam, giving ECTS-points, pr. year.

If exceptional circumstances prevent you from meeting the requirements you must apply to the Academic Study Board for an exemption. Further information about the Academic Study Board.

You are always welcome to direct any questions regarding the Study Progress Reform to the Student Counsellor, room Ø26-601b-3, or by email studievejledning@tek.sdu.dk or phone: 6550 8665.

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