If you are considering withdrawal from ITU, you should consider carefully first, whether this is the right option for you, as there is no guarantee you can be re-enrolled at a later point.
You are always welcome to contact the Study and Career Guidance if you are considering to withdraw from ITU.
How to withdraw
If you wish to withdraw from, and thereby end your studies at ITU, you must send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org from your ITU-email with the following information:
- The email subject line must read: "Withdrawal from ITU, [your study programme]"
- Fill out the form Withdrawal from ITU (word or pdf) and attach it to the email.
We will contact you, if we need more information from you in the administrative process; otherwise, we will send a confirmation by email, when the process has been completed.
Please note you can withdraw on the day you send the form to the University at the earliest. You cannot withdraw from an earlier
If you have decided to withdraw from ITU, we would appreciate it if you would fill out this survey. We will use your feedback to help future ITU students.
Before you withdraw, you can print a transcript of your exams from My Study Activities, and bring it to Student Affairs and Programmes to get it stamped and signed.
It is important that you remember to get a transcript before you withdraw, as we cannot guarantee that you can get a copy at a later point.