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PhD Programmes: General Regulations

Duration

 

Full-time students will complete the PhD studies in a maximum of three years. In some cases, previous authorisation from the Academic Committee of the programme may be granted to allow students to complete the PhD programme on a part-time basis (maximum duration of five years).

An extension of one year may be requested, which may exceptionally be renewed for an additional year. Part-time students may be granted a two-year extension, which may exceptionally be renewed for an additional year.

Leaves due to sickness, maternity or other causes envisaged in current legislation will not be included when calculating the time periods mentioned above.

PhD students may request a temporary leave from the programme for a maximum of one year, which may be extended for an additional year. This request should be addressed to the Academic Committee of the programme and duly justified before it. Leaves due to sickness, maternity or other causes envisaged in current legislation will not be included when calculating the time period of temporary leaves.

 

PhD Programmes: General Regulations

Duration

 

Full-time students will complete the PhD studies in a maximum of three years. In some cases, previous authorisation from the Academic Committee of the programme may be granted to allow students to complete the PhD programme on a part-time basis (maximum duration of five years).

An extension of one year may be requested, which may exceptionally be renewed for an additional year. Part-time students may be granted a two-year extension, which may exceptionally be renewed for an additional year.

Leaves due to sickness, maternity or other causes envisaged in current legislation will not be included when calculating the time periods mentioned above.

PhD students may request a temporary leave from the programme for a maximum of one year, which may be extended for an additional year. This request should be addressed to the Academic Committee of the programme and duly justified before it. Leaves due to sickness, maternity or other causes envisaged in current legislation will not be included when calculating the time period of temporary leaves.