The Appeals Committee at BI Norwegian Business School is the appeals body with respect to individual decisions with the exception of appeals relating to decisions for the annulment of grades or exclusion due to cheating, cf. Regulations relating to Admissions, Studies and Examinations at BI Norwegian Business School Section 5-15, where there is a separate appeals committee. Such decisions will be accompanied by relevant information.
Separate regulations apply for appeals against grading, se the Regulations on Admission, studies and examinations for BI Norwegian Business School Section 5-13 (2) and information on the student web portal.
Appeals are to be put forward in writing and you must clarify what you feel is incorrect about the decision. Any additional information to the matter must be included.
About the letter of appeal
The letter of appeal shall be addressed to:
The letter of appeal shall be sent to:
(the letter of appeal must not be sent directly to the Appeals Committee).
The unit that has considered the matter will review it once again and determine whether there are circumstances in the matter that justify a reversal of the decision (cf. Section 33 of the Public Administration Act).
The appellant is encouraged to provide information about any new circumstances that may be of importance for the way the matter is dealt with.
If the unit that has considered the matter accepts the appeal, a new decision will be made and the case will not be sent to the Appeals Committee.
If the unit that has considered the matter does not find any circumstances that justify that the decision be reversed, the appeal will be referred to the Appeals Committee of BI Norwegian Business School for a final decision. The appellant will receive a copy of the referral letter and be informed about the final decision of the Appeals Committee.
Time limit for appeals
The time limit for lodging an appeal shall be three weeks from the date on which notification of the administrative decision has reached the party concerned, for instance placed in the appellant’s/student’s mailbox, cf. Sections 29 and 30 of the Public Administration Act.
Any questions about the appeals procedure can be directed to the relevant person at the administrative unit that has made the decision (the sender of the letter in which the decision is communicated).