null What does financeable student means?
A student is said to be ‘financeable’ if he or she is regularly enrolled, and if according to own characteristics, the type of enrolment or the study programme he/she is enrolled for, the higher education institution, which organises the studies, receives subsidies from the State for this student. To calculate the ‘financeability’ of a student, academic and nationality criteria are taken into account.
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