Blacklist Policy

SCOPE Blacklisting Policy

This blacklist policy is being implemented as students in the past have not attended company workshops, for example, even though they have been selected. In order for the SCOPE framework to maintain its professional relationship with companies we need students to be obliged to attend events they have signed up for. It has also been unfair to other students in the past, who have missed out on potentially available places due to the late dropout of other students.

1. How will the blacklist policy work and when will I become blacklisted?


A student can be blacklisted when they either a) they do not pay the participation fee for an event, b) they do not attend an event they previously registered for or c) their behaviour is deemed inappropriate. Different rules and regulations apply to the three cases.

If the student decides to not attend at that particular occasion, he/she has to cancel his/her participation 48 hours prior to the event. For logistical reasons some events may have a stricter timespan as to when you may cancel. For these events students will be blacklisted if they withdraw their participation after the registration deadline has elapsed. 

2. How long will the blacklisted person be unable to attend events?

Students that fail to attend an event without informing the respective association in the above specified time frame will be blacklisted for one year, starting from the date of the missed event up to and including the same event in the following year.

3. Is it possible to be removed from the blacklist?

Students who fail to attend an event without informing the respective association in the above specified time frame will be removed from the blacklist after that event has occurred in the following year.