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Entry requirements

Urban and Regional Planning (Master's)

The entry requirements for the courses are described in the Course Catalogues. The Programme Administration will verify that you have met the entry requirements as soon as the results of the previous semester's exams have been registered. If your study results do not meet the entry requirements then you will lose your right to follow the course and your registration will be cancelled. In some cases, you may not meet the entry requirements at the time of registration, although you may do so later in the academic year. In this case your registration will be conditional. 

Course Catalogue Master's Urban and Regional Planning.

Failure to meet and dispensation from the entry requirements

If you have lost the right to follow a course you will be informed of this in an e-mail. You then have five working days to appeal against the decision to the Examinations Board. If you plan to request a dispensation, you must make an appointment with your study adviser as soon as possible to obtain advice and arrange a conditional registration for the course. In addition, if you do not meet the entry requirements for a course, but you can demonstrate that you have the required prior knowledge, you can request dispensation from the entry requirements from the Examinations Board. You must do this before the course registration period closes. 

Study Adviser Master's Urban and Regional Planning.

More information on the Examinations Board and requesting dispensation.