All students at EBS must declare the subjects they will study each semester.
The deadline for presenting your declaration is January 10, 2012.
First of all it´s compulsory to declare subjects that are in debt from previous semesters.
You have the opportunity to change your declaration until the sixth study week and only in the amount of 6 ECTS. The compensation of the tuition fee will take place according to your contract. NB! If you declare subjects less than 75% of the standard study program you will qualify as a part time student and will automatically lose the opportunity to apply for national student loan.
To make this declaration follow the instructions detailed below according to the heading that describes your own situation.
Students taking a standard study program
If you are only taking subjects that are a normal part of the program for your study group for that semester, including the appropriate English lessons, and you are not enrolling in any extra classes, then you are taking a standard study program.
Students not taking a standard study program
If, for whatever reason you are not taking a standard study program, then you will need to add or subtract courses from your study programme as necessary. To do this please consult the “Before you start” page and then follow the same steps above in order to confirm your declaration.
How do I know if I have a study debt from a previous semester?
If you completed any course in a previous semester without a positive grade then these courses are considered a study debt. If you failed to do a course that was a normal part of your program in a previous semester then this is also considered a study debt.
In case you have not taken or have not passed some course which is a prerequisite course in your nominal study curricula, then you do have to pass the perquisite before you are able to take the next level course. For example, macroeconomics cannot be declared if the grade for microeconomics is “F”.
NB! You will find your academic transcript from ÕIS which will detail your results for every course you have taken so far. Check this carefully to ensure the records are correct. This transcript will also tell you if you have any study debts.
How will your tuition fee be calculated?
If you have followed these instructions correctly then your tuition fee will be calculated in the following way.
If you take all the standard subjects of your study group, your tuition fee is your group standard tuition fee.
If you take one or more subjects: more/less compared with your group’s standard program, your tuition fee is formed as follows: the total number of credit points for the declared subjects x the cost of credit points in the corresponding study form (see also tuition fees).
NB! course paper, internship and DYNAMA. If you declare them, the following prices are fixed (independent from the credit points which are usually given for some course paper or internship):
- Course Paper – 61 EUR
- Internship – 61 EUR
- DYNAMA – 182 EUR
All this information has been programmed into ÕIS as an algorithm and you do not need to calculate it yourself, but ÕIS makes it possible for you to check whether your tuition fee has been accurately calculated. Your study consultant always check your declaration before he submit it, and after that you can find your bill from ÕIS.
If you interrupt your studies within the first four weeks of studies you will be refunded 70% of advance payments of the cost of the declared subject/subjects; within six weeks – 50%; after six weeks – the tuition fee will not be refunded.
A standard programme student is one who takes all the subjects intended for his/her study group, including the respective English language classes.
A special programme student is one who takes at least one subject different from those intended for his/her study group. Full-time student – the subjects declared comprise at least 75% of the standard programme of his/her study group.
Part-time student - the subjects declared comprise less than 75% of the standard programme of his/her study group.
Debt – a subject which has not been passed with a positive result.
The deadline for paying your tuition fee is January 25, 2012.
After January 25, you have to add 0,02% of the total fee for the delay of payment to the tuition fee (tuition fee + 0.02 x the number of delayed days).
If the tuition fee has not been received by February 25, the student will be dismissed from the university.
If the tuition fee will be paid by a company or your parents then you have to submit "Payment"s data" with company"s address and registration number or your parents name and ID-code.