All bachelor students must obtain 2 credits for physical education courses (PE courses) during their studies.

PE courses are provided by The Centre for University Sport, whose website lists all the courses you can enrol in.

Once a bachelor student has completed 2 credits of compulsory PE (course codes p9xxx), they cannot take any further compulsory PE. However, they can register for a paid PE course. The list of courses offered is provided by the Lifelong Learning Department of the Faculty of Sport Studies (course codes c9xxx, cvxxx).

Students with health restrictions preventing them from completing compulsory PE courses can apply for a Medical exemption in the Document office in the IS.


  • Students may enrol only in one PE course in one semester.
  • The schedule for registration and enrolment in PE courses is set by the Faculty of Sport Studies; you can find it here. This means that you may find yourself registering and enrolling in courses on different days than at our faculty!
  • When registering, priority is given to students with a higher number of completed credits, i.e. students of higher years. The principle is described in the MU Information System as "registration waves ".
  • When you register for a PE course, the NEXT DAY, you will receive an e-mail asking you to complete the safety training (in the form of a presentation). You must complete the training within 7 days, otherwise, you will be unregistered from the course! Please note that when the IS sends you a link to the safety training presentation and you have e-mails forwarded to your personal e-mail address, the e-mail may fall into spam.

  • You must also apply for an enrollment exemption. You submit this by clicking on "Apply for permission" next to the course in the IS. You must then wait until you are granted an exemption and the teacher enrols you in the course (if there is still space available).

  • Once you are enrolled in the course, do not forget to enrol in a seminar group!

If you have questions, you can check the FAQs website of the Faculty of Sport Studies.

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