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In accordance with the Higher Education Ordinance, a student who is attending a university within the country can transfer the credits of completed courses to another university.
Credit transfers cannot be carried out if there is a substantial difference between programmes. The course credits which you are planning to transfer should essentially correspond to the course that you are supposed to be credited for. Students are also allowed to have relevant knowledge obtained in a working environment taken into consideration.
With regard to transferring credits obtained during the doctoral education at the University, it is, according to the Guidelines for examination at doctoral level at Halmstad University, the student's principal supervisor who decides how many credits a course should be worth as well as what other courses taken at another university should be worth.
You can appeal against a University’s decision regarding transferring course credits (in accordance with the Higher Education Ordinance) to the Higher Education Appeals Board. The appeal must be in writing. In the written communication, you must specify which decision is being appealed (state the reference number). The appeal must be addressed to the Higher Education Appeals Board and sent to Halmstad University. The registrar at Halmstad University Box 823, 301 18 Halmstad, must have received your written communication no later than three weeks after you received the decision.
When a doctoral student transfers to the University's doctoral education, the doctoral student in question must apply to transfer the training modules that are reported in Ladok so that these are credited for the education in Halmstad. Extracts from Ladok must be attached to the application.
The principal supervisor makes a decision regarding credit transfers by means of a list which presents the modules that are to be credited.
For more information see the following instructions: