Participants must complete a course within an authorized time frame, based on the minimum time normally required to complete the course, as well as an additional authorized period. Up to one year of additional time may be granted to complete your course. In exceptional cases, some students may benefit from an extension of their authorized time. These circumstances include illness, family trauma, natural disasters, relocation and care obligations. These are the official dates when the course is organized by the educational institution (e.g. B start and end date of semester). These are not necessarily the dates you attend the course yourself. For more information about dates, see the start date and completion date. If a student wishes to take more than 1 course at the same level, the following conditions may apply depending on whether the student has: Here are the data on which you are taking the course.
For example, you cannot start the course because you have obtained exceptions or prior knowledge recognition (RPL). For more information about dates, see the start date and completion date. A YA student who has reached their satisfactory progression time in a course loses their access to YA as a student, the student income bank, and a higher-income no-income space. The allowed time is measured over the minimum duration of the higher education you are currently studying. The time already spent studying at the same level is then deducted from this limit to determine if you are still doing qualifying studies. .