Limitation of courses

  • The limitation period: A student who does not complete his studies within six years from studying the first course for which the student received credit, will be required, in each additional semester of his studies, to take another course due to the limitation period Graduate School Regulations – Article 25.3. For example, even if he began to study towards a degree one year prior, but received a credit for a course studied in the past, the student will be subject to the limitation period when six years transpire from when the course was taken.
  • The limitation period applies to students studying towards a master’s degree only.
  • There is no limitation for prerequisite courses on an undergraduate level.