The Examinations Board is an independent committee, consisting of members who are appointed by the Dean of the Faculty. The Examinations Board is responsible for the quality of examinations and for the issue of degrees of the Master's programme. The Board assesses requests and complaints concerning the Education and Examinations Regulations.
The members of the Examinations Board of Software Engineering can be found on the following page:
The Examinations Board can be contacted by mail:
Examinations Board Software Engineering
p/a Education Service Center FNWI
PO Box 94214
1090 GE Amsterdam
Before you approach the Examinations Board, please make sure your question/request is relevant and applicable to the Examinations Board.
The education desk provides you with all the necessary support concerning regulations and processes which you often encounter as student. For example, the education desk can help you with questions about the registration of your grade or explain how you can apply for your diploma. If needed, you can also be referred to the study advisor.
It may be helpful to discuss your request with the study advisor before submitting it to the Examinations Board. He or she helps you to determine which documents you will need to send the Board so that they can evaluate your request most effectively.
Submitting your request
You may send the Examinations Board a request at any time during the academic year. On the Examinations Board web page you will find more information on how you should submit your request.
Depending on the nature of your request, you may have to submit additional documents such as academic transcripts or course descriptions.
Please note that the Examinations Boards only evaluates requests which are complete and contain all the relevant documents.
You will receive a response within eight weeks after submitting your request. Response times may vary during periods in which no education takes place. It is therefore important to submit your request on time – especially if the decision of the Board can influence your graduation. As a rule, the Examinations Board tries to evaluate students’ requests as soon as possible.
Study Plan Application
For approval of your personal study plan (which is needed to graduate) and other requests concerning your personal curriculum (approval of free electives, exemptions) you have to use the SPA (Study Plan Application).
You can find more information about the SPA and the link to DataNose here.
For requests concerning individual projects (Internships and Projects AI) please fill in the form below and send the fully completed and signed form at least 8 weeks before the planned starting date by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about external projects and internships, see the a-z list.