Study modules and their compilation
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The compilation of a study module means that the individual courses you have completed are incorporated into a larger module, such as basic, intermediate or advanced studies. You will receive a single grade for the module as a whole. The other studies included in your degree do not form a study module. For information on the study modules required for your degree as well as the courses belonging to the modules, please see Sisu or the page Structure and scope of the degree programme on the Instructions for Students website.
Study modules are automatically sent for compilation to Student Services when you submit a graduation request in Sisu. You do not need to separately request the compilation of a module unless the module requires separate approval.
Please note that compiled modules cannot be deleted from records.
As a rule, modules can include studies completed no more than 10 years ago. Degree programmes can also decide on shorter expiry periods. Further information on the expiry of studies