If you have obtained all 60 credits from the propaedeutic year (first-year programme) you will receive the propaedeutic certificate.

At the end of the main phase you must have obtained 240 credits in total. You can see how these credits are distributed across the subjects of your degree programme in the course catalogue .
If you meet all requirements, you will receive a degree certificate. In addition to the list of marks, you will receive a Diploma Supplement in English with the degree certificate.

If you have not obtained sufficient credits in the propaedeutic year or the main phase, you will not receive a propaedeutic certificate or degree certificate. You may however receive a statement from the examination board of the study results you obtained.

If you achieved high marks during your course of study, you may be eligible for a cum laude distinction on your propaedeutic certificate or degree certificate. Check your marks in good time in SIS. The conditions for cum laude for the propaedeutic year and main phase are stated in the Teaching and Examination Regulations (chapter 6) of your degree programme.

Everything you need to consider when terminating your enrolment can be found at: termination of enrolment.

Published by  Faculty Sports and Nutrition 31 August 2020