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1 Study Regulations governing Bachelor s and Master s Degree Programmes at the FHNW School of Business Translation and adaptation of the following document in German: 'Studien- und Prüfungsordnung des Bachelor- und Master-Studiums an der Hochschule für Wirtschaft Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz (FHNW)', ) Pursuant to the Framework Regulations governing courses of study at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW) in the area of education dated 2 February 2015, and pursuant to the Framework Regulations governing limitations on the availability of places in the courses of study (bachelor s/master s degrees) at the FHNW dated 15 June and 24 August 2015, the President of the Board of Directors of the FHNW hereby approves these Study Regulations governing Bachelor s and Master s Degree Programmes at the FHNW School of Business, which have been issued by the Director. Part 1: General 1 Scope 1 These Study Regulations govern eligibility for and admission to the programmes; their structure, operation and completion; the rights and obligations of the students; and the proceedings and legal protection at the FHNW School of Business. 2 The Study Regulations apply to the following bachelor s degree programmes: - Betriebsökonomie, and - Business Administration, and - Wirtschaftsinformatik, and - Business Information Technology, as well as the following master s degree programmes: - Business Information Systems, and - International Management at the FHNW School of Business. 3 Cooperation degrees and continuing education courses are governed by separate Regulations. 2 Supplementary provisions Regulations 1 The Head of Education of the FHNW School of Business issues Programme Regulations, which are based on the Framework Regulations governing degree programmes at the FHNW in the area of education dated 2 February 2015 and these Study Regulations. These are approved by the Director of the FHNW School of Business. 2 The Programme Regulations governing the bachelor s degree programmes determine details concerning the: - Entrance exam, - Requisite level of linguistic proficiency, - Evidence regarding professional activity in the case of students in Page 1 of 14 Valid from: 1 September 2015 FHNW

2 employment attending on a part-time basis, - English key words relating to the grades, and - Requirements for graduating from the degree programme. The modules in the bachelor s degree programmes are appended to the Programme Regulations as an annex (list of modules). 3 The Programme Regulations governing the master s degree (MSc) programmes determine details concerning the: - Requisite level of linguistic proficiency, - Procedure relating to the introduction of admission restrictions, - English key words relating to the grades, and - Requirements for graduating from the degree programme. 4 The Director of the FHNW School of Business can issue additional Regulations. Part 2: Degree programmes Section 1 3 Standard eligibility criteria Special eligibility criteria Professional experience Eligibility for and admission to bachelor s degree programmes Eligibility criteria 1 Eligibility is granted to students holding the following qualifications: a. A vocational baccalaureate accompanied by basic vocational training in an occupation related to the area of study; b. A vocational baccalaureate accompanied by basic vocational training in an occupation unrelated to the area of study; c. A federal or federally recognised gymnasial baccalaureate; d. A diploma from a recognised higher technical school in a field related to the chosen course of study; e. A professional baccalaureate in a field related to the area of study; f. evidence of equivalent education/training acquired in a different setting. 2 Persons aged over 25 who do not hold any of the above qualifications for establishing their eligibility may provide evidence of equivalent and recognised previous education/training in the form of a dossier. Responsibility for deciding eligibility issues of this nature rests with the Head of Programme, based on the following criteria: proven formal and nonformal education/training; type and scope of the qualified professional experience. 3 Pursuant to Paragraph 1 letters b - f and Paragraph 2, evidence must be provided in all cases of a minimum of one year of qualifying professional experience by means of which the candidate has gained practical and theoretical knowledge in a field related to the chosen course of study. 4 Exceptions to the requirement to provide evidence of professional experience are outlined in the Programme Regulations of the relevant degree programme. 5 Eligibility for the bachelor s degree programme requires a minimum of 90 ECTS credits. The relevant Head of Programme can grant an exception where there are grounds for doing so. 6 When seeking eligibility for a degree programme at the FHNW, candidates are required to provide evidence of ECTS credits previously acquired and credited, regardless of whether these are being credited to the course at the FHNW or not. 4 Evidence of language of instruction Page 2 of 14 Valid from: 1 September 2015 FHNW

3 Candidates are required to provide evidence of sufficient proficiency in the language of instruction for the bachelor s degree. The Programme Regulations define the requirements regarding the level of proficiency and nature of the evidence. 5 Attendance of programmes on a part-time basis by students in employment The Programme Regulations can require students in employment attending programmes on a part-time basis to provide evidence of a minimum of 50% relevant professional activity. 6 Decision on restrictions on admissions (numerus clausus) Criteria for allocating places Waiting lists Limits on places 1 A limit is set on the number of places available in the first year of bachelor s degree programmes. 2 If demand for such places exceeds the set maximum, restrictions are introduced. The procedure for doing so is set out in the Programme Regulations. 3 If the number of places is insufficient to meet demand from all suitable candidates, allocation is based on the order in which the applications were received or the dossiers submitted. In addition, the state treaty requires candidates holding a Swiss vocational baccalaureate to be prioritised when allocating places. 4 Candidates successfully negotiating the eligibility procedure yet failing to gain a place on the course can ask to be put on the waiting list. They are given priority when the course is next run. 5 Extramural observers are accepted if places are available. Extramural observers 7 Eligibility/admissions procedures and decisions 1 The planning and realisation of the eligibility and admissions procedures is a matter for the Heads of Programme. 2 The Heads of Programme decide on which applicants are admitted. Section 2 8 Eligibility criteria Eligibility for and admission to master s degree programmes Eligibility criteria 1 Candidates eligible for master s degree programmes are required to hold a bachelor s degree in Business Administration, Business Economics, Economics, Business Engineering or Business Information Technology, with a grade average of at least grade 4.7 at bachelor s level and English at level C1, one year of professional activity and successful negotiation of the eligibility procedure. 2 If the qualification held is not in any of these disciplines, its equivalence is a matter for the admissions committee. 3 The test of equivalence is set out in the Programme Regulations. Its details are governed by instructions issued by the Head of Education at the FHNW School of Business. 4 Eligibility for the master s degree programme requires a minimum of 45 ECTS credits. The relevant Head of Programme can grant an exception where there are grounds for doing so. 5 When seeking eligibility for a degree programme at the FHNW, candidates are required to provide evidence of ECTS credits previously acquired and credited, regardless of whether these are being credited to Page 3 of 14 Valid from: 1 September 2015 FHNW

4 the course at the FHNW or not. 9 Evidence of language of instruction Candidates are required to provide evidence of sufficient proficiency in the language of instruction for the master s degree. Details of the evidence required and what must be done if evidence is lacking may be found in the Programme Regulations. 10 Decision on restrictions on admissions (numerus clausus) Procedure on allocating places Waiting lists Limits on places 1 A limit is set on the number of places available in the first year of master s degree programmes. 2 If demand for such places exceeds the set maximum, restrictions are introduced. 3 If the number of places is insufficient to meet demand from all suitable candidates, allocation is based on the order in which the applications were decided by the admissions committee and the order in which the results of the eligibility procedure were made. 4 Candidates successfully negotiating the eligibility procedure yet failing to gain a place on the course can ask to be put on the waiting list. Candidates on the waiting list are given priority when it comes to the allocation of new places. 5 Extramural observers are accepted if places are available. Extramural observers 11 Eligibility/admissions procedures and decisions 1 The Head of Education at the FHNW School of Business assigns an admissions committee to the planning and realisation of the eligibility and admissions procedure relating to the master s degree programmes. 2 The admissions committee decides on which applicants are admitted. Section 3 Recognition of prior learning (ECTS credits) for eligibility 12 Prior learning Candidates who have earned the necessary ECTS credits through attendance of a recognised University in Switzerland or elsewhere can apply to have them credited. 13 Conditions governing ECTS crediting During the eligibility procedure, candidates are required to provide evidence in writing of having earned ECTS credits through attendance of at least an equivalent level of study. The crediting of these credits is a matter for the relevant Head of Programme. Page 4 of 14 Valid from: 1 September 2015 FHNW

5 Section 4 14 Structure of modules Module descrip- Structure, module type, attendance model and duration of the programme Programme structure 1 The bachelor s and master s degree programmes are composed of modules. 2 A module is a conceptual, time-limited teaching and learning entity featuring a specific thematic or content-related focus and defined by precisely described competencies. 3 The module is an assessment unit generally with a duration of one semester. The Head of Programme can grant exceptions in the case of modules involving professional experience. 4 Every module has a module description. This module description is issued by the Module Coordinators and approved by the Heads of Programme. Module descriptions are published before the start of the semester and govern in particular the: Conditions; Competencies to be achieved; Learning contents; Attendance requirements; Number of ECTS credits; Nature of the assessment of performance and assessment modalities; Method for calculating the assessment modalities of a module (module grades); Module Coordinators. 15 Types of module Module type A distinction is made between three types of module: Compulsory modules that must be attended and passed; Core-elective modules, a specific number of which must be attended and passed; Elective modules, which can be freely selected from the range offered by the FHNW School of Business or other Schools. Page 5 of 14 Valid from: 1 September 2015 FHNW

6 16 Attendance model The bachelor s degree can be attended: a. Full-time b. On a part-time basis in addition to working professionally or as a care-giver The master s degree can be attended: a. Full-time b. Part-time 17 Change of attendance model Permission must be sought from the relevant Head of Program prior to changing attendance model during the course. 18 Standard period of study Maximum period of study Period of study 1 The standard period of study for a bachelor s degree programme attended on a full-time basis is three years / six semesters; in the case of a master s degree attended on a full-time basis it is 1.5 years / three semesters. 2 The period of study is increased accordingly for the other attendance models. 3 The total period of study must not exceed 14 semesters (bachelor s degree) or 10 semesters (master s degree). 4 The relevant Head of Programme can grant an exception and adjust the maximum period of study where there are grounds for doing so. 5 This period is extended in the event of interruptions in studies for important reasons. Such cases are a matter for the relevant Head of Programme on receipt of a reasoned request. 19 Semesters Academic year and semesters 1 The academic year is composed of two semesters. The autumn semester starts in week 38 and ends in week 7; the spring semester starts in week 8 and ends in week In exceptional circumstances, the Heads of Programme can order teaching and learning activities scheduled for before or after the semester to take place during the current semester. Examples include preparatory courses or carrying out assessments after the normal end of semester. Section 5 Academic attainment and performance 20 Academic attainment and performance 1 The School of Business FHNW implements the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS). One ECTS credit corresponds to an average of 30 student hours of work (comprising contact tuition, guided and autonomous self-study, time spent in exams, project and semester assignments, the bachelor thesis, etc.). 2 The full-time academic year corresponds to an average of 60 ECTS credits. The other attendance models yield fewer ECTS credits accordingly. 3 The ECTS credits earned at the FHNW School of Business or credited as a result of prior learning remain valid for ten years. 4 In exceptional circumstances and on receipt of a request, the Head of Programme can accept older ECTS credits for crediting in addition to those criteria described in 23, provided the applicant provides evidence that the skills gained through having earned those credits are still applicable when compared to the current curriculum. Page 6 of 14 Valid from: 1 September 2015 FHNW

7 21 6-point or binary grading scale Passing the module ECTS grading scale Repeating a module FX (thesis) Assessment modalities 1 The acquisition of competencies taught in a module is determined by means of one of more assessments. These can take the form of individual, partner or group assessments. 2 The assessments are graded using a 6-point or binary grading scale. 3 The module description describes the grading modalities. 4 The 6-point grading scale allows for half-values. 5 The overall grade attained in all the assessments within a module (the module grade) is rounded to the nearest half-value in accordance with mathematical rounding rules. 6 The key words attached to the individual points in a 6-point grading scale are as follows: 6 Excellent 5.5 Very good 5 Good 4.5 Satisfactory 4 Pass 3 Fail 2 Fail 1 Fail 7 The meaning of the individual points in a binary grading scale is as follows: met and not met 8 A module is passed if it earns a (rounded) grade 4 or higher, or is deemed met. 9 A module which has been passed is credited with the full number of ECTS credits allotted to it; a module which has been failed is not credited with any ECTS credits. 10 ECTS grades can also be awarded. ECTS grades A to E result from a relative assignment of the performance levels within the passing grades: A the best 10% B the next 25% C the next 30% D the next 25% E the next 10% F fail FX fail more work required (bachelor s and master s theses only) 11 The grades achieved during the course of study are expressed in the form of an overall grade according to the 6-point grading scale, and possibly according to the ECTS grading scale. As a rule, when calculating the overall final grade, only module grades awarded by the FHNW School of Business are taken into consideration. 12 Failed compulsory or elective compulsory modules can be repeated once, bachelor s or master s thesis modules awarded a grade FX remain on an interim basis pending the undertaking of more work. If the relevant compulsory or elective compulsory module at master s level is not offered the following semester, the student can repeat the assessment without attending the module. Elective modules can be compensated for by attending a different module. 13 If an FX grade is awarded for a thesis, the student has a chance of raising the grade to a 4 by undertaking more work. If the extra work is deemed insufficient, the thesis is awarded a grade 3. The entitlement to repeat the attempt remains here. 14 Once passed, a module cannot be repeated. Page 7 of 14 Valid from: 1 September 2015 FHNW

8 Passed module Failing the repeat module 15 Failing the repeated attempt leads to the student s automatic removal from the University s register of students at the end of the current semester. 22 Form of Transcript of Rec- Transcript of Records and inspection of files 1 The student s performance is recorded each semester in a Transcript of Records by the relevant Head of Programme. He or she logs all the modules passed during that semester together with the grades and ECTS credits awarded. 2 The Transcript of Records, in the form of a ruling, is forwarded by post to the student by the relevant Head of Programme. 3 The Examination Supervisor is responsible for organising any inspection of documents. 4 Those assessments deemed to have been passed are destroyed on expiry of the appeal period. Inspection of files Safekeeping of 23 Crediting of academic achievement Test of equivalence Study agreement Mobility agreements Crediting ECTS credits during studies 1 Modules passed at a recognised University in Switzerland or elsewhere, other formal education/training at tertiary level, non-formal education/training as defined by the Federal Act on Continuing Education and Training, and practical activities, can be credited provided evidence is provided and the FHNW School of Business rates such prior activity as of equivalent value. 2 The test of equivalence is based on content, scope and requirements. The applicant is required to submit evidence in writing from the relevant institution; such evidence should usually meet ECTS standards in terms of the information it provides. The crediting of this prior learning is a matter for the relevant Head of Programme, whose decision is final. 3 Students wishing to have prior learning credited must conclude a study agreement with the relevant Head of Programme before embarking on their mobility stay. Based on the mobility agreement, this study agreement defines aspects such the place of study, modules enrolled on, time frames, etc. 4 To facilitate the mobility stays of students, the School concludes mobility agreements with other Universities. Page 8 of 14 Valid from: 1 September 2015 FHNW

9 24 Rectification Section 6 25 Title Diploma Supplement and Transcript of Records Rectification 1 Should objective errors (spelling/accounting) be detected in a Transcript of Records or grading document relating to an assessment, students are allowed five days after notification of the ruling in which to contact the relevant Head of Programme and request their correction. 2 The relevant Head of Programme responds by checking and approving the request. Graduation Successful graduation 1 The bachelor s and master s degree programmes come to a successful conclusion when: a) All the modules in the module list have been passed, b) The student has earned the requisite 180 ECTS credits (bachelor s degree) or 90 ECTS credits (master s degree) in accordance with the relevant Regulations, and c) A minimum of 60 ECTS credits including thesis (bachelor s degree) or a minimum of 30 ECTS credits including thesis (master s degree) have been earned at the FHNW School of Business. 2 The relevant Programme Regulations govern the details. 3 Successful conclusion of a bachelor s or master s degree programme is acknowledged with one of the following academic titles: - Bachelor of Science FHNW in Betriebsökonomie - Bachelor of Science FHNW in Business Administration - Bachelor of Science FHNW in Wirtschaftsinformatik - Bachelor of Science FHNW in Business Information Technology - Master of Science FHNW in Business Information Systems - Master of Science FHNW in International Management 4 The following are issued with the bachelor s and master s degree certificates: A Diploma Supplement with a standardised description of the degree programme, grading scheme (6-point or ECTS scale) and School this follows the model developed by the European Commission, the Council of Europe and UNESCO/CEPES, and A cumulative Transcript of Records describing the modules passed and grades obtained, and the topic of the thesis. Page 9 of 14 Valid from: 1 September 2015 FHNW

10 26 Exclusion 27 Responsibility for the exclusion Statement certifying removal from the register of students Early or exceptional termination of studies 1 The student s withdrawal or exclusion results in an early or exceptional termination of studies. 2 Exclusion from a bachelor s or master s degree programme at the FHNW School of Business occurs when: a. It is no longer possible for the student to graduate, i.e. continuation of studies is no longer possible if he/she has failed a compulsory or elective compulsory module after repeating it; b. The student has exceeded the maximum period of study; c. The student has accumulated a certain number of ECTS credits (credited and not credited) although here, the Head of Programme can grant an exception if there are particular grounds for doing so: - The accumulation of 240 ECTS credits during the bachelor s programme without meeting the requirements for qualification means that continuation of studies at the FHNW is no longer possible. - Likewise, the accumulation of 120 ECTS credits during the master s programme without meeting the requirements for qualification means that continuation of studies at the FHNW is no longer possible; d. A serious breach of obligations has occurred. 3 Exclusion in accordance with Paragraph 2 letters a - c occurs at the end of the corresponding semester. Exclusion in accordance with Paragraph 2 letter d can be immediate, depending on the nature of the breach of obligations. Exclusion from studies 1 Exclusion is a matter for the Director of the FHNW School of Business following an application by the Head of Education to have the student excluded. 2 In the event of an early or exceptional termination of studies, the student receives a cumulative Transcript of Records describing the modules passed and grades obtained, plus an exmatriculation certificate. 3 The accounts statement issued in this event provides a record of all the student s attained ECTS credits and contains information to the effect that the studies were terminated early or under exceptional circumstances. Page 10 of 14 Valid from: 1 September 2015 FHNW

11 Part 3: Section 1 Rights and obligations of students Rights 28 Access to information Compensation for disadvantages Section 2 29 Autonomy Plagiarism Rights of students 1 While enrolled at the FHNW School of Business, students have the right to study and, in particular, to: a. Attend modules as part of their studies, b. Carry out assessments, c. Have the ECTS credits they earn recorded in a Transcript of Records, d. Make use of the workshops, libraries and media libraries, computer systems, laboratories, other facilities and the IT infrastructure for the purposes of study, e. Take advantage of the special amenities reserved for members of the University (e.g. sports facilities), counselling and advisory opportunities and discounts offered by the institution, f. Call upon the services of individual lecturers, the FHNW School of Business and the various bodies within the University for personal or study-related matters or matters concerning the University or FHNW School of Business. 2 Students are entitled to access information of relevance to their studies, such as Study Regulations, rules, instructions, directives and guidelines. 3 Candidates and students with a disability or impairment are entitled to have their condition taken adequately into account. Any decisions are a matter for the relevant Heads of Programme. Obligations Obligations of students 1 Students have a duty, in particular, to: a. Attend the modules/courses prescribed in the Study Regulations, Programme Regulations and module descriptions in order to earn the relevant ECTS credits, b. Pay the fees in accordance with the FHNW s fee schedule, c. Work individually and autonomously when required to do so, d. Safeguard copyrights and, in particular, refrain from engaging in plagiarism, e. Refrain from using dishonest means while engaging in their studies, f. Regularly keep abreast of organisational matters that affect their studies (University and FHNW School of Business websites) and to ensure that they can be reached by post (via an address supplied to the FHNW School of Business) and (via the address assigned to them as part of their FHNW account), g. Observe the general legal regime of relevance to their status as students; all written instructions issued by the University and FHNW School of Business, including Regulations, rules, instructions, directives and guidelines; and general accepted rules of behaviour, h. Regularly keep abreast of amendments to the rules of the University and FHNW School of Business, i. Maintain the confidentiality of any information that the University, its partner organisations or FHNW School of Business have an interest in keeping confidential, j. Grant the University and FHNW School of Business any intellectual property rights connected with their studies, Page 11 of 14 Valid from: 1 September 2015 FHNW

12 k. Safeguard the interests of the University and FHNW School of Business. Reporting obligation Excuses 2 3 If a compulsory assessment cannot be attended for legitimate reasons, the person in charge of the module in question must be informed immediately. Legitimate excuses for absence can include, in particular, accident; illness; family duties that cannot be delegated; the Swiss Armed Forces refusal to grant necessary leave of absence during military service, protection and support service, or civilian service; and force majeure. Appropriate supporting evidence must be forwarded to the relevant Head of Programme without delay. If the excuse is accepted as legitimate, the Head of Programme consults the Examination Supervisor and Head of Module, then sets out the modalities for the assessment anew. Section 3 Sanctions for breaches of obligations 30 Sanctions 1 In the event of a breach of one of the obligations set out in the Framework Regulations or these Study Regulations, the FHNW School of Business can impose one or more of the defined sanctions, depending on the nature and severity of the breach. Responsibility Omission Possible sanctions can include, in particular: A verbal or written reprimand; Temporary or permanent restrictions to user rights; Temporary or permanent exclusion from studies. Temporary or permanent restrictions to user rights are a matter for the relevant Head of Programme; this can be appealed and instructions are issued on the appeals procedure. Temporary or permanent exclusion from studies is a matter for the Director. The sanction and the grounds for imposing it are put in writing; it can be appealed and instructions are issued on the appeals procedure. Non-attendance of a compulsory assessment without a legitimate reason results in the award of the lowest grade (1 / fail or not met ). Part 4: Proceedings and legal protection 31 Rulings Director s rulings Rulings 1 The following in particular are issued in the form of School rulings: Decisions on eligibility in accordance with 3 ff. of these Study Regulations Transcripts of Records in accordance with 23 of these Study Regulations 2 The following in particular are issued in the form of rulings from the Director of the FHNW School of Business: 3 Decisions on exclusions in accordance with 30 of these Study Regulations Rulings must be put in writing and communicated by post to the parties concerned along with details of the appeals procedure. Page 12 of 14 Valid from: 1 September 2015 FHNW

13 32 First appeal procedure First appeals 1 In accordance with 32 Paragraph 1, appeals against rulings can be lodged with the Director of the FHNW School of Business. 2 The appeal must be substantiated, put in writing and lodged by post with the Deputy Director of the FHNW School of Business within 14 days of notification of the ruling: The Deputy Director University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland FHNW FHNW School of Business Bahnhofstrasse Windisch 33 Second appeal procedure 3 The deadline is stayed from the seventh day before Easter up to and including the seventh day after Easter, from 15 July up to and including 15 August and from 18 December up to and including 2 January. 4 The appeal must contain a clearly reasoned request and the signature of the appellant or the person(s) representing him or her. 5 The appellant has the right to inspect the relevant files and to be heard in the appeal procedure. The hearing must be minuted. 6 The Director of the FHNW School of Business examines the appeal, the representations of the lecturers involved and of the person in charge of the course in question, as well as the hearing, and delivers a summary of his or her decision in writing along with details of the appeals procedure. Second appeals 1 An appeal in writing against the first appeal decision or a ruling by the Director of the FHNW School of Business can be lodged in writing with the Appeals Commission within a non-extendable period of 30 days following notification, detailing the grounds for the appeal. The deadline is stayed from the seventh day before Easter up to and including the seventh day after Easter, from 15 July up to and including 15 August and from 18 December up to and including 2 January. 2 Appeals against the first appeal decisions and rulings of the Director must be lodged with: FHNW Appeals Commission Klosterzelgstrasse Windisch 3 The second appeal must contain a clearly reasoned request and the signature of the complainant or person(s) representing him or her. A copy of the contested decision must be enclosed with the second appeal. 4 The pertinence of an examination decision in respect of second appeals shall be reviewed only in respect of alleged malpractice or arbitrariness. 5 The second appeals procedure is subject to costs. 6 Such costs shall be determined in accordance with the administrative legislation of Canton Aargau. 34 Forfeiture Failure to observe the specified first or second appeal periods results in forfeiture of the right of appeal. Page 13 of 14 Valid from: 1 September 2015 FHNW

14 Part 5: Final and transitional provisions 35 Repeal of previous provisions The Study Regulations governing the bachelor s degree programmes offered by the FHNW School of Business dated 17 June 2013 and the Study Regulations governing the master s degree programmes offered by the FHNW School of Business dated 17 June 2013 are hereby repealed. 36 Transitional provision The provisions contained in these Study Regulations also apply to procedures introduced after the latter s entry into force; in respect of pending (first or second) appeals procedures, however, they apply only if the original ruling being appealed was also lodged after these Study Regulations entered into force. 37 Entry into force These Study Regulations take effect on 1 September Bond on the German regulation issued by the Director and approved by the President of FHNW Page 14 of 14 Valid from: 1 September 2015 FHNW

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