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Teaching and Examination Regulations (OER)

Teaching and Examination Regulations (OER)

Graduate School of Live and Earth Sciences

All higher education programmes in the Netherlands must have a set of Teaching and Examination Regulations. In Dutch this is referred to as the Onderwijs- en Examenregeling, or OER.

Teaching and Examination Regulations (TER) Reading Guide

Below you will find the Teaching and Examination Regulations (TER) Reading Guide. This Reading Guide aims to make the TER (in Dutch: Onderwijs- en Examenregeling, or OER) easier to read. In the TER you will find the regulations that apply to all Master’s programmes in the Faculty (part A) and your Master’s programme in particular (part B). You can use the Reading Guide to find out in which part of the TER you will have to look for answers to your questions.

Reading Guide TER

Teaching and Examination Regulations (OER)

Download the Teaching and Examination Regulations 2018-2019 for the master programmes of the Graduate School of Life and Earth Sciences
These regulations consist of two parts:

  1. Part A, which describes the regulations determined by the Faculty of Science
  2. Part B, which describes the regulations for the specific programme

The Teaching and Examination Regulations apply for each student of the Faculty of Science.

 

Rules and Guidelines for the Examinations Board

The Rules and Guidelines have been set by the Examinations Board for the organisation of Examinations, Judicium, Exemptions, etc.

The Rules and Guidelines apply for each student of the Faculty of Science.

The 2017-2018 edition can be found on the page Rules and regulations

Rules and Guidelines for the Examinations Board 2016/2017 - Dutch Rules and Guidelines for the Examinations Board 2015/2016 - Dutch Rules and Guidelines for the Examinations Board 2014/2015 - English Rules and Guidelines for the Examinations Board 2014/2015 - Dutch Rules and Guidelines for the Examinations Board 2013/2014 - English