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Re-accreditation of Law Programmes

Published on 22-03-2024 12:00
Between 3 and 5 April, the Amsterdam Law School will be visited by a review panel. This is part of the re-accreditation of our programmes. Every 6 years, the panel checks whether the study programme is functioning properly. Access to the 3rd floor is therefore limited.
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Reaccreditation of Law programmes

Once every 6 years, all university programmes in the Netherlands are assessed to see if they are performing well. This year, it is our law programmes' turn. For this assessment, experts from other universities in the Netherlands and Belgium will visit the Amsterdam Law School between 3 and 5 April. This visitation panel will conduct interviews with students and lecturers from all programmes. 

Everyone involved in the preparation looks forward to the visitation with great confidence because we have beautiful programmes that we are very proud of. We like to show that to the panel. We want to thank all the students involved in advance for their cooperation and commitment.
Mireille van EechoudDean Amsterdam Law School

What will you notice?

The visitation will take place on the 3rd floor of building REC A, which means that the coffee area (including the coffee machines and roof terrace) will not be accessible from 2 April at noon until 5 April. If you come to the 3rd floor during this period, for example for education, we request you to be quiet in the corridor. The panel will also hold a walk-in hour in REC A3.15 on 3 April between 9.15 and 9.45. Staff and students can bring any concerns about programme quality to the panel's attention during this consultation hour. 

Student contribution

A lot of work has gone into preparing for the visitation over the past year and a half. Students have also been involved. For instance, students from each programme wrote a 'student chapter' in the reports the panel receives on each programme. Also, 6 to 8 students per programme will speak to the panel.