Changing the form of studies
Changing the form of studies means transferring from a part-time to a full-time programme or the other way round.
In order to transfer from the same part-time to the same full-time programme taught at the same Faculty, the student needs to submit an application to the Dean, who will decide after consulting the relevant Degree Programme Director.
In accordance with the Rules and Regulations, in order to apply for a transfer to a full-time programme you have to complete at least the first year of an undergraduate (1st level) programme or a long-cycle MA/MSc programme, or at least the first semester of a graduate (2nd level) programme. Internal regulations of a Faculty may specify some additional conditions for transfers (a high average grade, the number of students who may transfer to a full-time programme in this way, etc.)
A transfer from the same full-time to the same part-time programme taught at the same Faculty is possible practically at any time, but internal regulations of a Faculty may specify some additional conditions. You also need to apply to the Dean in this case.
Changing the form of studies may involve the necessity to make up for some curriculum differences. In this case, the Dean will specify which courses (modules) the student needs to complete and by when.