null What does simultaneous enrolment mean ?

Simultaneous enrolment is the fact of simultaneously enrolling in the bachelor’s and master’s degrees. You must be at the end of the bachelor’s degree.

If you still have 15 credits or less to acquire to get your bachelor’s degree, you can register for the master’s degree provided that you meet the eligibility requirements. You are registered in both cycles, but you only pay tuition fees from the second cycle. If you did not complete your undergraduate degree, you will not be able to add to your annual programme the credits that correspond to your master’s thesis.

If you have only between 16 and 30 credits to acquire to get your bachelor’s degree and both juries of the bachelor and master have agreed, you can enrol in teaching units of the master of the same curriculum for which you meet the requirements. Your annual programme is validated by each jury as far as it is concerned, but cannot exceed 75 credits. You are registered in both cycles, but you only pay tuition fees from the first cycle. If you did not complete your undergraduate degree, you will not be able to add to your annual programme the credits that correspond to your master’s thesis. CAUTION: up to september 2023, this profile won't be allowed anymore.

Simultaneous registration can also be the act of registering simultaneously in master and at the aggregation (AESS).

05 Sep 2022 - 15:01:09
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