You register for a course at Summer University from December 1 - December 10 in MyStudyActivities along with courses for the Spring semester.
You can change your registrations in week 5 and 6, but after that your registrations are binding. This means that you have to conclude the courses and sit for the examination
You are able to register for both mandatory courses and electives. See the courses offered this summer.
Be aware that you can only register for one course at Summer University pr. year.
First and second prioritiesYou are able prioritize courses at Summer University.
Your choice of second priority course will only be taken into consideration, if you are not awarded a seat in the course that you have given first priority.
Summer University FAQ
You register for summer courses between December 1st and December 10th.
If you have changes to your registration, you can register and cancel a registration for a summer course within the first two weeks of the Spring semester (week 5 & 6)
All classes will be held at ITU from Monday to Friday in weeks 28-31.
All exams for summer courses will take place in week 32. Re-exams will take place in week 34.
If you fail your second exam attempt for a summer course, you will have to follow the course again for your third attempt. For some courses, this may again give you the option of choosing between the course that runs during Autumn/Spring semesters or the Summer University version.
NB: Always remember to align your study plan to the requirements for progression and rules for full-time studying.
Visit the overview of Summer Courses to see which courses are available to your study programme for Summer University.
If you have any questions on how and where to register for summer courses, please contact Student Affairs and Programmes. You can find the front office opening hours at the bottom of the ITU Student pages.
eats for summer courses will be allocated according to the principles for allocation of course seats.
Please note that you are not guaranteed a seat for a summer course even though it is a mandatory course for your study programme.