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Law-Study programme: Are my credits still valid?

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Yes, the Education and Examination Regulations state that any study credit you have obtained remains valid indefinitely within the programme where you obtained it.

This is the case if you have been studying several years for your law degree, even though you are not under study progress control and you have sufficient study credits in your learning account, as well as if you commenced your law studies several years ago, then switched to another subject and now wish to recommence your law studies.

A word of advice: it may come about that certain courses you wish to follow are closely connected to courses you have completed in the past. We would advise you to read through your older courses again in order to refresh your knowledge and thus be better prepared for the new course.

 
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Article ID: 100
Category: Study programme
Date added: 2016-07-07 12:34:27
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