Questions and answers about the Binding Study Advice (BSA). Please note: The rules are slightly different for the Media Studies programmes.
Yes, if you re-enrol you will be designated as a first-year student again and have to meet the requirements of the BSA. This means you have to obtain at least 48 ECTS in first-year courses at the end of the academic year. Credits obtained before 1 March count towards meeting the BSA requirement.
For the ACASA programmes in Ancient Studies, Archaeology and Greek and Latin Language and Culture, the deadline is 1 February.
Yes, all first-year students who were enrolled for a programme at the Faculty of Humanities on or after 1 March will receive a BSA at the end of the academic year.
For the ACASA programmes in Ancient Studies, Archaeology and Greek and Latin Language and Culture, 1 February applies.
You can submit a request for re-enrolment in Studielink while awaiting the results of your appeal. The enrolment can only be completed and made definitive if the negative BSA is overturned and you receive a positive BSA. If the Examinations Board rejects your appeal, you will not be able to continue the programme in September.
Yes, it is possible to enrol in another programme or university.
For the ACASA programmes in Ancient Studies, Archaeology and Greek and Latin Language and Culture, you cannot enrol in the same programme during the next three academic years.
A definitive negative binding study advice for the Media and Culture degree programme also applies to the Media and Information degree programme, and vice versa.
If your question is not answered in the information on the website, please contact the study adviser of your programme.