Maximum duration of study and active enrolment requirement

Maximum duration of study for Bachelor of Engineering

The maximum duration of study indicates how much time you have to complete your degree programme. The maximum duration of study for Bachelor’s and Master’s degree students at ST is the prescribed period of study plus six months. The extra semester ensures that you have three opportunities to pass in all enrolled courses. You can see how your maximum duration of study is prescribed in the academic regulations. You can find your academic regulation in the menu under 'Teaching' or at mystudies.au.dk.

If you do not complete your degree programme within this time frame, you will automatically be withdrawn from the degree programme.

The withdrawal will be effected irrespective of which and how many courses you have failed to pass, and regardless of whether you have used all your examination attempts within the prescribed period of study.

Your maximum duration of study will always expire on either 1 September or 1 March. You will receive a notification approximately 14 days before the expiry of your maximum duration of study. If you lack a result in the last exams, you must contact studieservice.nat-tech@au.dk. If you are automatically withdrawn from the degree programme, you will not receive further confirmation of the withdrawal.

In order to avoid withdrawal due to exceeding the maximum duration of study, we recommend you to be aware of your study progress throughout the whole degree programme. If you are in doubt about how to plan your degree programme best, you are always welcome to contact student counselling. See more under 'Contact Student counselling' in the menu'.

At all times, you can see your maximum duration of study at mystudies.au.dk.

Active enrolment requirement

The active enrolment requirement, which states that students must pass at least 45 ECTS credits per academic year, has ended as of February 1, 2021, as a result of AU's senior management team's decision.

Therefore, you must make sure to complete your degree programme within the framework of the maximum duration of study.

Maximum duration of study for science and MSc in Engineering

The maximum duration of study indicates how much time you have to complete your degree programme. The maximum duration of study for Bachelor’s and Master’s degree students at Faculty of Natural Sciences and Faculty of Technical Sciences is the prescribed period of study plus six months. The extra semester ensures that you have three opportunities to pass in all enrolled courses. You can see how your maximum duration of study is prescribed in the academic regulations.  You can find your academic regulation in the menu under 'Teaching' or at mystudies.au.dk.

If you do not complete your degree programme within this time frame, you will automatically be withdrawn from the degree programme.

The withdrawal will be effected irrespective of which and how many courses you have failed to pass, and regardless of whether you have used all your examination attempts within the prescribed period of study.

Your maximum duration of study will always expire on either 1 September or 1 March. You will receive a notification approximately 14 days before the expiry of your maximum duration of study. If you lack a result in the last exams, you must contact studieservice.nat-tech@au.dk. If you are automatically withdrawn from the degree programme, you will not receive further confirmation of the withdrawal.

In order to avoid withdrawal due to exceeding the maximum duration of study, we recommend you to be aware of your study progress throughout the whole degree programme. If you are in doubt about how to plan your degree programme best, you are always welcome to contact Student counselling. See more under 'Contact Student counselling' in the menu.

You can always see when your study programme must be completed at mystudies.au.dk.

Active enrolment requirement

The active enrolment requirement, which states that students must pass at least 45 ECTS credits per academic year, has ended as of February 1, 2021, as a result of AU's senior management team's decision.

Therefore, you must make sure to complete your degree programme within the framework of the maximum duration of study.