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Requirements for Progression

You must be a full time student, which means that you must be registered for 30 ECTS pr. semester.

Aside from this, you are required to pass a certain amount of ECTS points each year. Your requirement depends on your time of enrolment at the university.


BSc programmes

Students enrolled before autumn 2015
You must pass 7.5 ECTS as a minimum a year to meet the study activity requirement.

Students enrolled in autumn 2015 and later

  • after your 2nd semester: You must have passed 45 ECTS
  • after your 4th semester: You must have passed 90 ECTS
  • after your 6th semester: You must have passed 135 ECTS
  • after your 8th semester: You must have passed 180 ECTS
 

MSc programmes

Students enrolled before autumn 2015
You must pass 7.5 ECTS as a minimum a year to meet the study activity requirement.

Students enrolled in autumn 2015 and later

  • after your 2nd semester: You must have passed 45 ECTS
  • after your 4th semester: You must have passed 90 ECTS
  • after your 6th semester: You must have passed 120 ECTS


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If you have credits transferred from previous studies to your ITU programme, these credits will not count as part of the fulfillment of the progression requirement.

However, if you have credits transferred, and ITU is not able to offer a coherent study plan with 30 ECTS each semester, you can apply for / you are granted? an exemption from the progression requirement. 

If you do not meet the progression requirements, Student Affairs and Programmes will email you, and give you the opportunity to apply for an exemption from the rule.

The exemption will be given if there are special circumstances in your case.

If you are not granted an exemption, your enrollment will be cancelled.

 

BSc

Students enrolled in 2014 or earlier have five years to complete their education.

For students enrolled in 2015 and later, the maximum study time for BSc students is four years.

MSc

Students enrolled in spring 2015 or earlier must have completed their education within five years, though no later than August 2018.

For students enrolled in autumn 2015 or later, the maximum study time for MSc students is three years.


The maximum study time can be prolonged if you are delayed because of illnes, childbirth or if you take military leave.
Read more about illness, childbirth and leave.


The study activity requirements as defined by the IT University and the study activity requirements as defined by The State Educational Grant and Loan scheme, responsible for the granting of SU are not the same.

To learn more about the requirements for receiving SU, go to the SU section and read about Study activity requirements in relation to SU.


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