The faculty has a number of regulations in place.
1: Examination and Education Regulation (EER) / Onderwijs- en Examenreglement (OER)
Every study programme has its own Examination and Education Regulation (EER), which is updated every academic year and applies to the entire curriculum. The EER of the year in which you start your studies applies to your entire study programme.
For example, the cohort of bachelor students who started their programme in 2015-16 will have to refer to the EER 2015-2016 for the requirements for graduation, regardless of the year in which they complete their studies.
Education and Exam Regulations (EER) 2018-2019 and earlier.
2014 - 2015
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Derived from the OER: 2016-2017 Admission requirements 2nd_and 3rd year courses
2: Rules and regulations
The 'rules and regulations' apply to all students of all study programmes equally, and are valid for one academic year only. The rules and regulations' are an appendix of the Examination and Education Regulation (EER) , and are included in the PDF of the EER.
3: Rules of Procedure for Exams
The Rules of Procedure for exams (English, v.2017) / Reglement van Orde (Dutch, v. 2017) is an UM-wide regulation that is determined by the Boards of Examiners of all UM faculties. Its aim is to ensure that all exams take place in an orderly fashion
|Enrolment Provisions||EN NL|
FoRMal descriptions of who can enroll for a UM Bachelor or Master programme
|Student charter||EN NL||An overview of the rights and the obligations of students|
|Complaints and Disciplinary Procedures Regulations||EN NL|
|Regeling Profileringsfonds||EN NL||Extra financial aid|
|FPN Code of Conduct||EN|
Regulations regarding (reporting) inappropriate behaviour.
|Code of Conducts||EN NL|
Several guidelines of the VSNU (association of universities in the Netherlands), adopted by the UM.