Right of precedence

Priority access is a right of precedence that makes it easier for students to reconcile multiple family and health obligations with their studies. In this way, the university promotes equal opportunities.

Students with significant time constraints imposed by severe disability, chronic illness, part-time study, care of a child or a close relative, pregnancy can claim entitlement to priority access to a course.

 

What does right of precedence mean?

Which supporting documents are required?

Priority rights apply to which courses?

How to apply for priority access rights?

Where do I apply?