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Required base value Remarks

0

42857,14286

37500

4 = Just

4 = Just passed

passed

4,3 = Next

lowest value

21052,63158

4.2 becomes 4.0 when rounded, and therefore counts as “just passed“. 4.3 denotes a failure on the scale; 4.2 therefore is the required value.

The rules in checks based on the academic structure.

are used for formal checks, period and deadline checks, and

Each application area has its own set of rules:

  • These rules are checked when a student applies for admission and registration, selects academic specializations, and books modules.

  • These rules determine whether the academic performance of a student meets the requirements set by the university.

Applications, such as module booking, have specific callup points at which the system evaluates the

predefined rules (for example, the module).

is processed when a student books a

The following table provides an overview of the callup points used in functions. This table lists only the generic term for a group of related callup points; for example

refers to all callup points related to module booking. The number of callup points within a particular group is given in brackets next to the generic term. For example, the generic term comprises the three callup points module booking (general), module booking (set), and module booking (single).

Admission (2)

Academic and non-academic (see explanation below)

Registration (4) Re-registration (4) Leave of absence (4) De-registration (2)

Academic and non-academic Academic and non-academic Academic and non-academic Only non-academic Academic

Academic specialization booking (3)

Module booking (3) Progression (1)

Academic Academic

Admission

Registration

Re-registration Leave of absence

De-registration

Academic specialization booking

Module booking Progression

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