Do I have to enrol on all basic and compulsory subjects?
The Enrolment Guidelinesstate: "In order to continue their education, students must enrol each year on all subjects or modules not passed in previous years”.
On agreement of the Governing Council, however, you are allowed not to compulsorily enrol for all credits not passed the previous year. You do not therefore need to enrol on all failed, no-show or cancelled compulsory subjects, but if you do not enrol on them all you will not be allowed to add new compulsory subjects.
Can I change a failed optional subject?
“According to the agreement of the Authorised Committee of Teaching and Students of the Governing Council, in session 1/2013, students may change optional subjects. All subjects in a block that do not all have to be completed compulsorily are considered optional. The new subject must be in line with the enrolment and course guidelines relating to the swapped subject.”
This agreement means that you do not need to enrol on a failed, no-show or cancelled optional subject again, you can change it. If you do change it, the academic and financial effects remain in place. The new subject will count as being the second time you have enrolled and the second module (in the event that the module has not been cancelled).
How do I swap one optional subject for another during enrolment?
You first need to chose the new optional subject you wish to take and state that you aim to complete it instead of the failed one. In step 3 of the enrolment program, add the optional subject that you would like to take, together with the other subjects you would like to enrol on.And at step 4, when the subject group is requested, you may also ask for the new option to replace replace the one you failed. You will find a drop-down menu below the new subject where you can state the subject being changed.