You may only file an appeal against a decision made regarding whether
you meet the general and specific entry requirements for a specific
course or programme.
If you wish to appeal the decision that you're unqualified, you have to wait until you receive your official admissions notification. You can submit an appeal only after the decision has been announced.
Refer to requirements
To file an appeal you must state the
decision that you are appealing against, and the reason for it. Be sure to
refer to the entry requirements for the course or programme in question.
- Incomplete applications for example if your supporting
documentation arrived after the deadline for submission of supporting
documents or any of the required mandatory documents was not submitted
before the deadline.
- Cancelled programmes or courses
- Selection result for example being placed on the waiting list (reserve place).
Appeal within the three weeks time limit
The deadline for filing an appeal is three weeks. The appeal must reach Chalmers Records manager no later than three
weeks after the decision has been announced.
Send your appeal to firstname.lastname@example.org
Should a decision remain unaltered according to the applicant's request, the appeal will automatically be referred to the committee, which is specified in the Rules of Discipline for students at Chalmers.
The rules regarding filing an appeal can be found in the section entitled Complaints in the Rules of Procedure for undergraduate programmes.