In small groups of roughly 13 students, supervised and assisted by a tutor, you actively seek solutions to real-life problems. In this way, you learn not only to operate at an academic level, but also to work independently on real-world issues – just as you will later on, in your career.
Publication of the tutorial group schedule
Your timetable, including any tutorial group meetings, will be published on or before the UM-wide publication dates.
Switching tutorial groups
Switching of tutorial groups is not possible. In case of exceptional personal circumstances that merit an individual arrangement with regards to the times of tutorial groups you can contact the Student Advisors by email. They will decide whether you are eligible for such an individual arrangement. To combine two studies, adjustments can be made. Working next to your study is not considered as valid reasons in order to request an individual arrangement.
Tutorial rooms: available for groups
You can book a room for additional group meetings. See Room Reservation.
Attendance obligation for tutorial groups: bachelor
In short:
- 85 % attendance required for tutorial groups
- Or 100% attendance for course with 6 or less meetings
- catch-up assignment if you miss one meeting more than required
- max 3 catch-up assignments per academic year
The attendance requirements can be found in the Exam and Education regulation, the formal regulation always prevails.
Article 4 Proof of Having Passed a Course/Module 1. Courses/modules A student can have a course registered as passed if the following requirements have been met: a. having met the attendance requirements for the tutorial meetings as stated in article 5, paragraph 1 in the rules and regulations; – A student who arrives more than 10 minutes after the official starting time of the meeting shall be considered not to have attended. – For admission to the course exam, a student must have attended a minimum of 85% of the tutorial group meetings of a course that consist of at least 7 meetings, or 100% for a course that consists of 6 or less meetings. – If a student has not complied with the attendance obligation but has not missed more than one meeting extra than is allowed, he/she will be admitted provisionally to the course exam. (..) – A student can qualify for a maximum of three catch-up assignments per academic year, taking into account that catch-up assignments for electives are left aside. – A catch-up assignment will be given to the student if not more than one meeting extra has been missed than is allowed and if the student has not applied for more than three assignments. |
Article 5 Attendance Obligation 1. There is an attendance obligation of at least 85% with respect to the tutorial group meetings for courses/modules that consist of at least 7 meetings: • of a total of 18 meetings: at least 16 meetings; • of a total of 17 meetings: at least 15 meetings • of a total of 16 meetings: at least 14 meetings; • of a total of 15 meetings: at least 13 meetings; • of a total of 14 meetings: at least 12 meetings; • of a total of 13 and 12 meetings: at least 11 meetings; • of a total of 11 meetings: at least 10 meetings; • of a total of 10 meetings: at least 9 meetings; • of a total of 9 meetings: at least 8 meetings; • of a total of 8 meetings: at least 7 meetings • of a total of 7 meetings: at least 6 meetings In the case a course/module consists of 6 or less meetings there is an attendance obligation of 100%. 2. Practical trainings have an attendance obligation of 100%. For some courses/ modules it is possible that there is no distinction between tutorial and practical meetings. In that case there will be a minimum of 9 and a maximum of 18 meetings for that course/module and the attendance obligation will be at least 85%. |
Attendance obligation for tutorial groups: 1-Year Masters
Article 5 Attendance Obligation 1. There is a 100 % attendance obligation in the case of the practical training sessions. It may happen that for certain courses no distinction is made between tutorial group meetings and practical training sessions. In this case there will be a minimum of 9 and a maximum of 18 meetings for those courses and there will be an attendance obligation of 70%. 2. There will be an attendance obligation of at least 70% with respect to the tutorial group meetings in each course: • on a total of 18 meetings: at least 13 meetings; • on a total of 16 or 17 meetings: at least 12 meetings; • on a total of 15 meetings: at least 11 meetings; • on a total of 13 or 14 meetings: at least 10 meetings; • on a total of 12 meetings: at least 9 meetings; • on a total of 11 meetings: at least 8 meetings; • on a total of 9 or 10 meetings: at least 7 meetings; • on a total of 8 meetings: at least 6 meetings; • on a total of 6 or 7 meetings: at least 5 meetings; • on a total of 5 meetings: at least 4 meetings; • in the case of 4 or fewer meetings there is an attendance obligation of 100%. |
Attendance obligation for tutorial groups: Research Masters
Article 4 Proof of Having Passed a Course/Module 1.Core Courses A student can have a core course registered as passed if the following requirements have been met: a. A minimum of 70% attendance at the tutorial group meetings. A student who arrives more than 10 minutes, after the official starting time of the meeting shall be considered not to have attended. For admission to the course examination, a student must have attended a minimum of 70% of the tutorial group meetings; |
Article 5 Attendance Obligation (...) 3. Where attendance of at least 70% of meetings is mandatory, the following applies: • of a total of 18 meetings: at least 13 meetings; • of a total of 16 or 17 meetings: at least 12 meetings; • of a total of 15 meetings: at least 11 meetings; • of a total of 13 or 14 meetings: at least 10 meetings; • of a total of 12 meetings: at least 9 meetings; • of a total of 11 meetings: at least 8 meetings; • of a total of 9 or 10 meetings: at least 7 meetings; • of a total of 8 meetings: at least 6 meetings • of a total of 6 or 7 meetings: at least 5 meetings; • of a total of 5 meetings: at least 4 meetings; • In the case of 4 or fewer meetings there is an attendance obligation of 100%. |
Attendance obligation Forensic Master
Article 4 Proof of Having Passed a Course/Module 1.Core Courses A student can have a core course registered as passed if the following requirements have been met: a. A minimum of 70% attendance at the tutorial group meetings. A student who arrives more than 10 minutes after the official starting time of the meeting shall be considered not to have attended. For admission to the course exam, a student must have attended a minimum of 70% of the tutorial groups per course; b. A satisfactory assessment for the practical training, if applicable. A student who arrives more than 10 minutes after the official starting time of the practical training shall be considered not to have attended; |