Information meetings about the study progress reform

Are you enrolled as a student at Aarhus BSS and would you like to learn more about the study progress reform and how it will affect you?

2015.04.14 | Majbritt Nielsen

Please note: This is NOT relevant for those who started at a bachelor’s degree programme in September 2014!

In week 17 and 18 the student counsellors invite all students to information meetings about the study progress reform and how it will affect your study program. In addition to a focus on general changes in rules and regulations from 1 September 2015, you will also be informed about situations like:

  • I did not follow my study program as prescribed by the academic rules and regulations, how does that affect me?
  • What are my options for internships and studying abroad, and should I be aware of anything special in this connection?
  • What is the procedure for elective courses?

The information meetings are held separately for the different study programs:

  • Political Science and Social Studies, Wednesday 22 April, at 14.00-16.00 (AULA, building 1412, room 129)
  • Law, Wednesday 22 April, at 16.00-18.00 (AULA, building 1412, room 129)
  • Psychology, Monday 27 April at 14.00-16.00 (AULA, building 1412, room 129)
  • Business Communication and Business language, Monday 27 April at 16.00-18.00 (AULA, building 1412, room 129)
  • All study programs in Herning, Tuesday 28 April at 14.00-16.00 (to be announced)
  • ITKO, Economics, Business administration and Commercial Law, Wednesday 29 April at 14.00-16.00 (M3, building 2628, room 110)
  • Economics and Management/ Business administration with supplementary subject, Wednesday 29 April at 16.00-18.00 (U116, Fuglesangs Alle)

Registration is mandatory and according to ’first come first served’. Go to this webpage to register: Information meeting about the study progress reform.

If you have specific questions you would like to ask, please state these in your registration form. Also, please state your expectations to the meetings. Thereby we can ensure the meetings are as pertinent as possible.

Best regards
The student counsellors

Students