Prior examination registration now compulsory for doctoral students

As of study period 1 of the 2017/2018 academic year, doctoral students taking exams for courses at upper secondary, undergraduate and master level must be registered in order to take their exam.

The Vice President for undergraduate and master's education has decided to streamline the examination process by introducing compulsory examination registration for all participants.

This means that also doctoral students taking exams for courses at upper secondary, undergraduate and master level must be registered in order to take their exam (centrally booked hall exam, planned in the examination period and listed on the student portal).

This will apply as of the ordinary examination dates in study period 1 of the 2017/2018 academic year. The aim is to facilitate administration at the department and on days when exams are held, as well as to improve legal security. The decision means that a doctoral student cannot attend an exam without registering, even if there is space for them.

Chalmers’ doctoral students will be able to register online via the newly released examination sign up service at the doctoral portal. Should this service not work, doctoral students may also contact the Student Centres at the library during the examination registration period to be registered for exams.



Published: Fri 01 Sep 2017. Modified: Wed 06 Sep 2017