Students must register for attendance or non-attendance at the University every academic year. Failing to do so will cause your right to study to be forfeited. However, the right to study may be reactivated.
If, after having failed to register at the University, you register for attendance or non-attendance before 31 July of the same academic year, you must only pay the re-enrolment fee and present a receipt of the payment at the Student Services service point. If you register for attendance, you must also pay the membership fee of the Student Union and present a receipt of the payment at the service point.
Should you wish to re-enrol only the next academic year or later, you must first apply to the Faculty for readmission. After this, you must pay the re-enrolment fee and, if you want to register for attendance, the membership fee of the Student Union. The receipts must be presented at one of the Student Services service points.
If you wish to apply to the Faculty for readmission, please complete the relevant application form:
Submit the completed form to the Student Services of the Faculty of Arts. You must draft a study plan as part of your application. The Student Services will verify that your study plan follows the current regulations, such as the degree requirements.
If you have failed to register for attendance or non-attendance for three consecutive academic years, the study plan will be submitted to your major subject department for approval. The department may require that you participate in personal study guidance before your study plan can be approved.
Applications for readmission will be approved or rejected by the dean.
NB! If you forfeited your right to complete a degree because you were granted permission to postpone the beginning of your studies in 2012 or earlier but failed to register for attendance after the end of the postponement period, you may reactivate your right to complete a degree by applying for readmission from the Faculty. If your application is approved, you must then pay the re-enrolment fee and present a receipt of the payment at a Student Services service point. If you wish to register for attendance, you must also present a receipt of the payment of the Student Union membership fee.
Waiver of the right to study
If you are not planning to use your right to complete a degree, you may waive this right by submitting a binding, written notice to the Student Services of the Faculty of Arts. If you waive your right to study, you cannot reactivate it at a later date by applying for readmission. You may apply for a new right to complete a degree through the Faculty’s student selection process.
The form for waiving the right to study can be found here. Once your waiver has been recorded in the University’s information system, the Student Services of the Faculty will mail you a letter about the matter. If you do not receive the letter within three weeks of submitting the waiver, please contact the Student Services of the Faculty of Arts.