There are multiple regulations that are important to you as a student. For example, how much time teacher gets to grade your exam or how many courses you can take per semester. On this page you find descriptions of the most important regulations and where you can find more information about them.
To be clear: you can only derive rights from the official documents and not from this website.
The WHW is the foundation of the rights and obligations of all students and educational institutions in the Netherlands.
The UvA Students’ Charter sets out the rights and obligations of every student at the UvA, resulting from the WHW.
In the OER you will find information about all the rights and obligations specific to your study programme. The OER consists of two parts:
This contains the rules and guidelines that the Examinations Board has formulated for exams, the assessment of exams and graduation.
Regulations that define what the UvA means by fraud and plagiarism and that describes what the consequences are if you commit fraude or plagiarism.
A manual with al information about the design and assessment of the course. This differs per subject and can normally be found on Canvas.
Various web pages have been written on the basis of the regulations to inform you in a clear manner: