The study plan shows your personalized chemistry programme and must be approved by both track coordinator and the examinations board to be able to graduate from the programme.
When starting your master's programme in chemistry, your track coordinator will meet with you to discuss your expectations of the programme and future plans. Based on this meeting, you will be asked to draft a proposal of the courses you would like to do during your programme. The proposed list of courses is known as a Study Plan.
The study plan is kept in a digital environment, called the SPA (Study Plan Application). It can be reached via datanose (after logging in, go to your student details, and press the progress link in the top bar). Alternatively, you can also enter the application directly via https://acadplan.datanose.nl/.
During your programme, it is likely that you may wish to change your study plan by adding or switching courses. Once you have decided on a new selection, make sure to submit your plan for approval by the track coordinator. The coordinator can help you find the best selection of courses that best fit your further plans. Please feel free to request feedback on your plans as often as you wish.
the study plan must be approved by the track coordinator and the examinations board at least 4 months prior to graduation. After approval by the track coordinator, you must request approval by the examinations board yourself. The process is equal to that of requesting appoval by the track coordinator.