Bachelor level restricted access courses
Some bachelor courses have restricted access and have an earlier application deadline than other courses.
Restricted access courses autumn 2019
SOL12: Wednesday 28 August at 2.15 PM in aud. C
How to apply
If you wish to take the course for the first time:
- Go to the application portal to apply.
- Choose Access Restricted courses - Access restricted courses, bachelor level.
- If several access restricted courses are offered, you may choose up to three courses in order of priority. You may be admitted to a maximum of two courses.
If you have taken the course earlier and want to retake the exam:
Please do not apply for the course following the guidelines above. Instead, send an e-mail to email@example.com and ask to be registered for the exam autumn 2019.
Answer to the application
You will receive the answer to your application by e-mail on Friday 23 August at 4.00 PM. If the course starts late in the semester, you will receive an answer well ahead of the course registration deadline (September 1 / February 1).
Please note that attendance at the first lecture is mandatory for those who have been assigned a seat in the course, as well as those on the waiting list who have been requested to attend. If you fail to attend, you will lose your seat in the course. The time and place of the first lecture will be published around 1 July (autumn semester)/20 December (spring semester). Travels or other commitments that prevent you from attending lectures in the first weeks of the semester are carried out at your own risk.
Based on the attendance list from the first lecture, students will be registered for the course and for the exam by the section for Admissions.
If you are on the waiting list, you will be notified by e-mail if you are to attend the first lecture. You will find your waiting list number in the e-mail. Please do not attend the first lecture unless requested!
There are two groups of applicants to restricted access courses:
- Bachelor's programme students
- Incoming exchange students to NHH
Seats in a course are divided equally between the two groups of students. If fewer applicants than seats available in one of the groups, the seats are transferred to the other group. If there are more students than seats available in one of the groups, the following rules apply:
- Bachelor's programme students are ranked according to the number of ECTS completed.
- Incoming exchange students to NHH are randomly chosen.