In some parts, these guidelines are based directly on provisions in HL and HF and the guidelines have been prepared and further developed in consultation between the university and representatives of the student unions.
In addition to these guidelines, there are also internal university steering documents that deal with related issues.
If a student considers that university or a specific department does not comply with these guidelines, the student should apply for correction, primarily with the relevant teacher or examiner via the relevant decision-makers in the professional support department. Heads of Department, Heads of Education, Education Leaders and other responsible managers may, of course, also be contacted. Support in such matters can also be sought from the student unions. All matters that the university handles shall be treated without unnecessary delay.
If a student finds that something is wrong, regardless of whether it is harassment, lessons during the examination period, poor study environment or other things, it is important that the student points this out to the university in order to correct any inaccuracies and ambiguities.
The Purpose of the Guidelines
These guidelines strive to clarify a number of issues that are central to the students' everyday study activities and aim to make clear routines for a predictable and legally secure order. It is important for the student to know which routines apply and that the departments and the university have a clear framework on these issues.