Unless otherwise mentioned, the term of validity for passed bachelor courses and granted exemptions is in principle unlimited. However, as long as the final exam has not been passed yet, the Examination Board may declare the term of validity of a course, passed more than six years ago, expired if the knowledge, insights or skills taught during the course have become obsolete. In that case, the Examination Board can impose an additional or alternative course or examination, before the final exam may be passed.
If the examination of a course is composed of more than one test, the term of validity of each test is limited to the academic year in which the tests are taken, unless the examiner determines otherwise in the course manual.
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