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Study plan

Some study programmes help you monitor your own academic progress by assisting you in drawing up a study plan at the end of your first year.

The study plan is intended to help you remain focused and motivated for the rest of your programme. You will draw up a study plan for your second and third years at the end of your first and second year respectively.

The Individual Study Programme (ISP) is the file which is used by the students and the Study Adviser to track the progress of students, and create an overview of the courses that the students have completed. The aim is that all students hand in the ISP when they start with the programme and update it every semester. Furthermore, the ISP is needed when students ask permission to the Board of Examiners (for electives, alternative examiners and exemptions) and when students want to apply for their diploma. ISPs need to be send to and reviewed by the Study Adviser. The ISP can be found on the information page on Brightspace: "Master's Programme Industrial Ecology: Information for Students"

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