The Examinations Board of the College of Humanities (CoH) is made up of lecturers from the Bachelor's degree programmes.
The tasks and powers of the Examinations Board include the following:
The Examinations Board deals with requests from students. You may only submit requests by using the proper digital form. For more information and the various forms, see Submit a request.
The Education Desk can provide you with information or clarification regarding specific regulations. If necessary, you will be referred to the study adviser.
It may be wise to consult the study adviser before submitting a request to the Examinations Board. In most cases, the study adviser can tell you which information the Examinations Board will need in order to assess your request.
The CoH Examinations Board establishes Rules and Guidelines on the basis of the Teaching and Examination Regulations that are determined yearly by the Faculty’s Dean. These Rules and Guidelines comprise, among other things, the tasks of the Examinations Board, as well as regulations with regards to assessment and the processing of individual requests.
The Cum Laude Regulations for the Faculty of Humanities can be found via the link below:
Please follow the link below for the regulations regarding plagiarism and fraud.
You can only submit a request to the Examinations Board via an online form. Please see the link below:
If personal circumstances have led to you incurring study delay and, as a result, are preventing you from meeting the BSA norm, you can apply for dispensation for the negative Binding Study Advice via the Examinations Board.
Please note: because of the coronavirus outbreak, no negative BSA will be given for the academic year 2019-2020. You can continue your programme in 2020-2021 even if you obtained fewer than 48 ECTS in your first year.
If you do not agree with a decision taken by an examiner or the Examinations Board, you have six weeks from the date of the decision in which to file an appeal with the Examination Appeals Board (CBE). When filing an appeal against a final mark, please consider the following:
Other matters for which you may file an appeal include the order, approval, scoring or resits of courses, practical training, examinations or assignments, etc.
The Examinations Board CoH consists of the following members:
Prof. dr. V.V. (Vladimir) Stissi
Dr A.A.H. (Lex) Bruinhof
Dr K.A. (Kristine) Johanson
Dr A.C. (Anne) van Wageningen
Dr. R. (Ruud) van Dijk
Dr R.M. (Ronald) de Rooij (chair)
Dr. D.V. (Daan) Wesselman
Dr. L.K. (Leonie) Schmidt
Dr. S. (Stefan) Niklas