Binding study plan for non-compulsory exams

Bachelor’s and single-cycle degree programmes

Students enrolled in years after the first year must submit their study plan by 22 October 2021. This deadline also applies to any changes to plans already approved.

Students enrolled in the first year do not have to submit their study plan.

Students of Bachelor’s and single-cycle degree programmes without a study plan can only take the following exams:

  • all the compulsory exams from the didactic offer of the degree programme
  • non-compulsory first year exams.

However, they cannot take free choice exams in a non-defined year or in a year other than the first one and another degree programme’s exams.

Any out-of-plan (i.e. additional) exams can only be taken by students with a study plan and should not be included in the plan.

 

Master’s degree programmes

Students enrolled in years after the first year without a study plan must submit their study plan by 22 October 2021.

The additional window that will be opened between 1 - 28 February 2022 is also valid for freshmen, but cannot be used by those who have already submitted their study plan by 22 October.

Master degrees students without a study plan can take all the exams from the didactic offer of their own degree programme, but not those of other degree programmes.

Any out-of-plan (i.e. additional) exams can only be taken by students with a study plan and should not be included in the plan.