Transition current – new MSc programmes

When is the last year the current master programmes Civil Engineering (CE) and Applied Earth Sciences (AES) are offered?

2021-2022 is the last year first-year students can start in the current master programmes CE and AES. Students who follow the programme nominally are offered the complete programme.

Each programme (track) will be divided into first year and second year courses.

  • The first-year courses are offered for the last time in 2021-2022 with two resit opportunities in 2022-2023.
  • The second-year courses are offered in 2021-2022 and will run for the last time in 2022-2023 with two resit opportunities in 2023-2024.  

For specific information on which courses are offered in 2021-2022 and 2022-2023, check the website for AES or CE. If you have urgent questions about the transition from the current to the new MSc programmes at this moment, please contact the study-advisors.

Because of the transition towards the new programmes students who have finished their bachelor programme are strongly advised not to enrol in the master's programme until September 2022. If you want to enrol now, please contact one of the academic counsellors first.

General transition current to new MSc programmes, situation 2021 – 2025

 

Current programmes

New programmes

2021-2022

  • No changes in current programmes, offered as in 2020-2021.
  • Last time first-year students can start in current programmes.
  • Designated first-year courses are offered for the last time.

Not applicable

2022-2023

  • Designated second-year courses are offered for the last time.
  • Two retakes of designated first-year courses are offered.

First-year of the programmes are offered

2023-2024

  • Two retakes of designated second-year courses are offered.

First and second year of the programmes are offered

2024-2025

  • Students in the old programmes who have not yet completed all courses will have to take modules or part of modules in order to complete their programme.

First and second year of the programmes are offered

 

The complete and detailed transition rules for each individual course will be written during academic year 2021-2022.

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