The Student Charter offers an overview of the students’ rights and obligations ensuing from statutory provisions. It also informs the students about what they may expect of the University, and what the University expects of them.
The entire Charter comprises two parts: the Institution Part is the same for every student, and the Study Programme Part is intended for the students who are enrolled in that study programme (the Study Guide). The Institution Part gives information about matters that are regulated at the University level, and specifies the statutory framework of matters that are regulated at the Faculty level. The latter applies in particular to topics such as “Admission to a Study Programme” and “Teaching and Examinations”.
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