The Faculty decides on granting the right to complete non-degree studies. When deciding whether to grant the right, the Faculty consults the relevant discipline coordinator and, if necessary, the course coordinator. When making the decision, the Faculty will also consider the teaching resources of the discipline, the grounds given by the applicant and the information the applicant provides on his or her previous learning, including previous studies. The right to complete non-degree studies will be granted for no more than two years at a time starting from the term following the submission of the application. The right to complete non-degree studies will be entered into student records for the duration of its validity. After the right has been recorded, the student must register for the relevant course by the registration deadline.
Applicants seeking the right to pursue non-degree studies in order to complete supplementary studies to obtain a decision for the recognition of their degree may be granted that right by virtue of a conditional decision by the National Agency for Education. The right to complete non-degree studies may be granted for more than four courses.
For compelling reasons, the right to complete non-degree studies can be extended by a year. The extension must be applied for during the application round preceding the termination of the right. Applicants for an extension or applicants who have previously been granted the right to complete non-degree studies must enclose with their application the dean’s decision on their previous right to complete non-degree studies. After the extension has expired, the student can apply for a new right to complete non-degree studies. The new right is subject to a fee.