Each semester you register for courses. You can't participate in courses without a course registration. On this page you will find the dates for the upcoming course registration period at UvA Economics and Business, a useful step-by-step guide to help you register, and explainer videos.
Register for courses at UvA Economics and Business for semester 2:
Wednesday 8 December (8.00) until Tuesday 21 December (13.00)
An overview of course registration periods for all other faculties at the UvA can be found here.
Before the start of the course registration, there are some preparations you can do. This will save you time during the course registration. Take a look at these useful videos that explain in detail how the course registration works:
The steps are described below:
Step 1: Select your courses
You will find the programme of your study in the course catalogue. Go to the Course Catalogue, find your degree programme and select the courses you want to follow.
Step 2: Add your chosen courses to the Planner
Go to uva.nl/courseregistration, select the correct academic year, find your courses and click on ‘Add course’.
Step 3: Check your timetable and select your preferred tutorials
Make sure to avoid overlap in tutorials, lectures and exams. Watch the video for a detailed explaination about creating your timetable.
Step 4: Complete the course registration
As soon as the course registration opens: Go to the Planner tab, check the boxes for the tutorials (WG) you wish to follow, click on ‘Register’, then click on ‘OK’. Do you see your courses in the ‘Overview of Registrations’ tab? Your registration was succesful!
To create and view your personal timetable, you follow these steps:
Are you starting a progamme at UvA Economics and Business for the first time? Then you do not have to register for courses youself. The Student Administration will take care of your course registration.
As of year two (Bachelor) or as of semester two (Master) you are responsible for your course registration. Also register for first-year courses that you must retake.