Extraordinary exam dates also open to working students
As per March 2, 2021, Academic Senate's resolution, working students, i.e. students who are enrolled in a Bachelor's degree programme, Master's degree programme or single-cycle Master's degree programme and have worked for at least 60 days, including non-continuous work, in the six months before the beginning of the extraordinary exam dates, are allowed to take part in the extraordinary exam dates referred to Article 40, paragraph 6 of the Student Regulations:
- paid and contracted activity on behalf of private individuals, including cooperatives or public bodies,
- self-employed activity with or without a VAT number;
- activity as a universal civil volunteer with a public or private body.
- business activity of a commercial, craft or agricultural nature;
The working student's status has to be self-certified by the student and sent via their institutional email address to the professor in charge of the course and the Faculty's Student Affairs Office within 20 days from the beginning of the extraordinary exam dates (5 days for the extraordinary exam dates in March/April 2021).