All students who are admitted to study at least 60 credits or more at USN will receive an individual Education Plan. Education Plans are mutually committed to the student and USN. It is not legally binding, but will contain provisions on the institution's responsibility and obligations to the student and the student's obligations to the college and fellow students.
Students enrolled in programmes less than 60 credits, international exchange students, candidates and students who only follow single courses do not receive the individual Education Plans.
The general section is confirmed by each student after their first registration at StudentWeb. The individual section includes the student information about the planned study, elective courses, additional courses, exemptions, etc. The Education Plan must be kept updated and verified each semester and is an essential part of the semester registration.