If you have registered as a student with a degree contract and have failed to obtain at least 50% of the credits after one academic year, the Examination Board may impose binding conditions. If, for instance, you have registered for 60 credits with a degree or exam contract with the goal of obtaining a degree but you have obtained less than 30 credits, binding conditions can and will be imposed when you register for the following academic year. Binding study advice.
This means that binding conditions are imposed when you register for the following academic year. If you fail to satisfy the conditions, a further registration may be refused.