The Study Progress Reform - What does it mean to you?

The study progress reform's new set of rules will be effectuated from September 1, 2016, and apply to all Bachelor’s and Master’s degree students as well as MSc students in Engineering at Science and Technology, while Bachelor's of Engineering are not included until the autumn of 2017. Remember to keep yourself up-to-date about what it means to you and your study.

2016.06.28 | Christian Haaber Rasch

The senior management team has decided on a model for the study progress reform II at Aarhus University.

The new set of rules will be effectuated from September 1, 2016, and apply to all Bachelor’s and Master’s degree students as well as MSc students in Engineering at Science and Technology, while Bachelor's of Engineering are not included until the autumn of 2017.

The study progress reform continually incites that you as a student must study full-time and complete your degree programme within the prescribed standard duration.   

You can continously keep yourself up-to-date under "The Study Progress Reform" on your subject portal. The page contains rules that apply to the entire Aarhus University and rules that apply only to Science and Technology.

Note that the rules apply only to full-time students and not to students on a professional bachelor's degree.

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