Forfeiture of the right to pursue a degree
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Forfeiture of your right to pursue a degree will terminate your current right to pursue a degree as well as any optional rights to pursue a second-cycle degree, effective from the notification date. The forfeiture will also terminate all the separately obtained study rights that are related to your right to pursue a degree (e.g., pedagogical studies). You will not be able to continue pursuing your degree or apply for an extension of the right to pursue your degree.
The notification of forfeiture is binding and final. Note that you cannot have your right to pursue a degree restored at a later time by applying for the restoration of your right to study. If you decide to continue your studies at a later time, you will need to apply for a place through the normal student admission process.