There are two ways to attain student status a university. Only students with a general university entrance qualification are eligible for admission. Academic programmes can also be completed once all curriculum requirements are met.
Non-degree students may take individual courses. These courses may only be counted towards a full academic programme if the student had no university qualification at the time that the course is taken. Non-degree students may not complete an academic programme. Exception: Those participating in university courses are excepted.
Co-registration presents students with the opportunity to take courses at a university other than the one at which they are enrolled, without having to register for an academic programme at that university.
Students may take a leave of absence of up to two semesters during the course of their studies.