You can only register your study programme electronically through the SisA self-service system, using the log-in and password provided when you enrolled at the Central Student Administration. The final deadline for registration is October 31st.
Model vs. individual programme
You can compose your study programme in two different ways, following the model programme or graduation requirements. We advise you to stick as closely as possible to the model programme, even when you are on an individual programme.
Model programmes are the programmes as proposed by the Faculty of Arts and Philosophy. An individual programme (IP) is composed by you. Such a programme contains a maximum of 66 credits per year and is based on the model programme. First, you add the courses for which you failed to receive a credit before, then all the courses of the lower year, then you can add courses from a later year. Please be realistic when adding to your workload (which you can calculate on the basis of credits). A full-time study programme of 60 credits translates to a workload of approximately 40 to 45 hours per week.
Scheduling conflicts and registration conditions
When composing your study programme, you will immediately receive your class schedule. You will be alerted in SisA of any scheduling conflicts. These can be ignored within the system, but be advised that a number of courses require attendance (permanent evaluations).
SisA will refuse registration for a course if:
- You are attempting to register for more than 66 credits.
- You do not fulfill the starting requirements (certain courses, in particular proficiency courses, require you to have passed a lower course).
- You do not have sufficient study credit.
- You are under study progress control.