As a student at Aarhus University, you are expected to keep yourself informed about your degree programme – both with regard to the requirements you have to meet and the offers that are available to you.
You know best what you need information about. It is therefore your responsibility to stay informed about such aspects of your degree programme as courses, examinations, supplementary subjects, grant options (SU), deadlines and the contents of the academic regulations for your degree programme.
You need to know how your study programme is organised, and you must ensure that you register for courses and examinations correctly and punctually. You are responsible for planning your work to ensure that you are able to complete your study programme within the prescribed study period. The rules governing the order in which you must pass the examinations on your degree programme are laid down in the academic regulations for your programme.
As a student at Aarhus University, you are obliged to keep yourself informed about the current rules regarding examinations. First, you should read the general rules and then keep yourself informed about the more specific rules and procedures that apply to your degree programme. This includes deadlines for submission, use of computers and other materials permitted and, of course, the specific academic requirements for the individual examination. The specific provisions can be found in the academic regulations for your degree programme or on your study portal.