The Master’s degree programme in Bank Management is part-time. Each semester requires around 36 days of attendance. The classes at the university generally take place on Fridays from 15:00 to 22:00 and Saturdays from 09:00 to 20:00. A week-long attendance is also planned for each semester. 20% of lectures take the form of asynchronous e-learning units. These take place from Monday to Thursday from 17:00 to 20:00. We inform our students in plenty of time about the exact calendar week and any exceptions to the required attendance and e-learning periods.
The additional time invested in preparing for and following up on coursework and preparing for examinations is dependent on the commitment of each individual student.
Attendance is compulsory at all classes, in principle. In practice, you can miss 20 percent of units per semester and class. If you miss over 20 percent, your performance will be assessed as unsatisfactory and you will be disqualified from sitting the first examination. You will be excused if you provide a doctor’s note confirming that you were ill. Ultimately the head of degree programme decides on the consequences of non-attendance and exceptions to the compulsory attendance requirement.
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