Additional Educational Requirements – OFAS

WHAT ARE ADDITIONAL EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS (OFAS)

To be eligible to enrol in First Cycle degree or Single Cycle degree courses, students must sit an orientation or selection admission test to ensure their background in the basic disciplines is sufficient to allow them to attend the chosen course.

If this test reveals any shortfalls and the minimum score is not reached, the student is assigned Additional Educational Requirements (OFAs), which must be recuperated during the first year by attending supplementary activities depending on the course.

Courses to recuperate shortfalls may require mandatory attendance, and in some cases a final exam.

Failure to attend the additional activities, or failure to pass the final test, prevent the allocated OFAs from being met. This will prevent the student from sitting certain first-year exams until such time as the shortfall has been recuperated.

RECUPERATION COURSES

The recuperation courses organised partly in person and partly online, as front-facing lessons or self-study courses with the assistance of tutors, may involve obligatory attendance, and in certain cases a final exam.

Failure to attend the additional activities, or failure to pass the final test, prevent the allocated OFAs from being met. This will prevent the student from sitting certain first-year exams until such time as the shortfall has been recuperated.

The dedicated pages detail how to recuperate the OFAs.

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Last updated on: 20/06/2022