When you select courses for your individual study plan you must plan to take 15 credits each study period. Normally that should be two courses. You also need to stick to your field of study, consider the prerequisites for the course and check out the schedule.
Course specific prerequisites
The prerequisites say what previous knowledge you must have to be able to start the course. The prerequisites are stated in the syllabus for each course. Most courses that are open for exchange students are on advanced level and require three years of studies in that certain field of study.
Search and filter
On the search course page you can filter your search results by ticking the box saying “The course is open for exchange students”. You can also narrow your selection to teaching language or study period. Most courses are open for exchange students but not all. Some courses have a limited number of places.
In the schedule each course belongs to a "block" A, B, C or D. Choose courses from different blocks to avoid schedule conflicts.
Add or drop courses in your study plan
Courses may be added to your study plan the first week of each study period. Contact your contact person / coordinator if you want to add or drop courses. Check your current registrations in the service View selected and registered courses. You are not allowed to be registered for courses which you don't intend to finish. No registrations can be removed after three weeks in to each study period.View selected and registered courses