Rules for registration for credit modules at the University of Aarhus

 

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Rules for registration for credit modules at the University of Aarhus

Based on section 27 of the Danish Ministry of Science, Technology and Development’s Executive Order no. 126 of 26 February 2004 on admission etc. to Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programmes at Danish universities, the following rules apply to registration for credit modules at the University of Aarhus:

Area of application

Article 1. This set of rules applies when processing applications for registration to certain disciplines at the University of Aarhus with a view to gaining credit for other degree programmes.

Article 2. Formally active, ordinarily registered students on courses of higher education at a Danish institute of education, including students registered at the University of Aarhus, are entitled to apply for registration for credit modules.

(2) . In addition, foreign students registered as visiting students at institutes of higher education in Denmark other than the University of Aarhus are entitled to apply for registration for credit modules.

Article 3. Applications for registration for credit modules must be submitted in writing, and the University of Aarhus must receive them no later than the day on which students wish registration to commence.

Article 4. Registration for a credit module is only possible if the applicant’s own board of studies confirms in writing that the module being applied for can be transferred with credit to the degree programme for which the applicant is registered.

(2) . In addition, the board of studies for the credit module being applied for must confirm in writing that the applicant may attend teaching and sit examinations in the credit module being applied for.

Article 5. Registration for credit modules is limited in time. On expiry of the registration period students will be withdrawn from the register unless they have other registrations at the University of Aarhus.

Dispensation

Article 6. In exceptional circumstances the University may grant dispensation from the rules above.

(2) . Applications for dispensation must be submitted in writing, stating the reasons. Applications must be submitted to the Registry Department.

Complaints

Article 7. Any complaints about the University’s decisions under these rules must be submitted to the Registry Department at the University of Aarhus.

(2) . Complaints concerning legal issues may be submitted to the Danish Ministry of Science, Technology and Development. Complaints must be submitted to the Registry Department at the University of Aarhus, who will forward them to the Ministry with a statement attached. The University will give the complainant the opportunity to comment on the statement within a deadline of one week. Any comments will be forwarded to the Ministry along with complaints.

(3) . The deadline for submitting complaints made according to subsections (1) and (2) is two weeks from the date on which the complainant is informed of the decision in question.

Applicability

Article 8. This set of rules comes into force on 1 March 2005.

Århus, 1 February 2005

Niels Chr. Sidenius
rector/
Eva Teilmann
head of department