requirements necessary in order to obtained a master degree from the Master of Legal Science Study Program must be fulfilled within four years since first enrolment into a semester. In the case of a student has not finished his or her study within that period, and that student wishes to continue his or her study, then he or she should write a letter to the Vice Dean for academic affairs, as acknowledged by the thesis supervisor and/or the Head of Study Program. If granted an extension of study period, then such student should finish his or her study within two semesters after the granting of extension.
Further, in the case of a student has not finished his or her study after being granted an extension of study period, then extension may be granted for another semester. If, after that second extension, such student still has not finished his or her study, then he or she is obliged to write a letter stating that he or she is withdrawing his or her study in the program, within three months after the second extension of study period has elapsed. When doing so, he or she will be granted an academic transcript for courses that have been undertaken by him or her. Failure to submit such letter will lead to authoritative discharge by the Dean with which no academic transcript will be issued to such student.