Extend validity of results of Units of study and examinations or tests (WHW art. 7.13 paragraph 2k; Bachelor OER art. 4.7 paragraph 1, Master OER art. 4.8 paragraph 1)
The Bachelor EER states (art. 4.7) that the validity of a result of a Unit of Study is valid for six (6) years and that the validity of examinations or tests results are only valid in the year they were obtained.
The Master EER states (art. 4.8) that the validity of a result of a Unit of Study for the programmes CS, EST and PSTS is five (5) years. The validity of a result of a Unit of Study for the programmes BA, HA, IEM, PA, MEEM, MPM and MRM is four (4) years. The validity of a result of a Unit of Study for the Programme MPS is two (2) years. And the result of a Unit of Study for the programme LVHOM is unlimited. Examination or test results are only valid in the year they are obtained.
Students can submit a motivated request to extend the validity of a Unit of study with the Examination Board. They can do this by web-application-form. It is of most importance that the student motivates the request for the WHW states that the Examination Board must have reasonable grounds to reject such request.
The Examination Board decided therefor that the following information should complete a motivated request of the student. An advice of the study counselor, a study plan, the proposed period of extension.
Extend validity of results of examinations or test (Bachelor OER art. 4.7 paragraph 2, Master OER art. 4.8 paragraph 2)
The EER states that results of examinations or tests are only valid in the year the were obtained. The Examination Board can extend this period in individual cases at the request of the student.
The Examination Board determined the extention of validity is only possible in case of exeptional personal circumstances. The request must also be supported with a personal advice of the Programme. The student can submit a motivated request per web-application-form completed with a positive advice from the Programme and Study counselor, a study progress overview, a study plan and if needed, a medical statement.