The Higher Education and Scientific Research Act (WHW) applies to Higher Education institutions, such as Stenden University. This is the introduction page to the location where all users can access the legal provisions for higher education that apply to Stenden University.
The legal provisions are incorporated into and elaborated in two important documents:
- The Students’ Charter.
This document contains all the rules and regulations that apply to the University of Applied Sciences as a whole.
- The Teaching and Examination Regulation of a specific programme.
The Teaching and Examination Regulation, also commonly referred to as the TER, contains all the programme-specific rules and regulations.
The Students’ Charter and the TER of each programme jointly form the body of all the rights and obligations of all students studying at Stenden University.
Structure of the TER
- Bachelor’s programme and Associate Degree
Each Bachelor’s programme only has one TER. The TER consists of a number of chapters with programme rules and an elaboration of the educational programme in the appendices. This TER applies to all the different variants (full-time, part-time and work-study) of the Bachelor’s programme, as well as to all the variants (full-time, work-study) of an existing Associate Degree programme.
- Master’s programme
Each Master’s programme only has one TER. The TER consists of a number of chapters with programme-specific rules and the elaboration of the educational programme in the appendices. This TER applies to all the variants (full-time, part-time) of the Master’s programme.
In principle, the Students’ Charter and the TER of any given programme apply only for one academic year and they are updated every year. During your study the TER from the academic year in which you started your studies continues to apply. You can find the current version on this page.
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