The Admissions Board is responsible for handling admission requests for the programmes of the Faculty of Law.
Requests to the Admissions Board
Questions or requests to the Admissions Board of the Faculty of Law should be addressed to the Official Secretary to the Board. The secretary will pass your request on to the members of the Board and notify you of their decision - usually within three weeks. However, in the summer period (from 1 June) the response period may extend to six weeks.
Anneke de Laaf
Petra van Werven
The BSA committee is responsible for the Binding recommendation on Continuation of studies (BSA). A number of times during the academic year, the BSA committee sends all first year students advice on their study progress. The final advice at the end of the academic year is the Binding recommendation. The Committee also decides on requests of deferment of the BSA.
Official Secretary of the BSA committee
(mw. R. van Empelen MSc. / mw. A.M. de Laaf)
Members of the BSA committee
- Mr. D.M.A. Bij de Vaate (Secretary)
- Prof. dr. A.R. Neerhof (Chair)
The Ethics Committee for Legal and Criminological Research (CERCO) was established to ensure that scientific research which involves ethical aspects is conducted in an ethical manner.
The Faculty of Law has an Examination Board. The Examination Board organizes and coordinates the planning of exams and reviews and approves exam regulations, grants exemptions from compulsory courses and approves the inclusion of educational components in the curriculum which are not a standard part of the programme, a.o.
By law, every study program has a study programme committee (OLC) that advises the Faculty Board and the study programme management on all subjects related to the education of that study programme. This includes the design and content of subjects, the teaching and testing quality, the timetable structure, changes in the curriculum and the teaching evaluations. Sometimes it is also possible that the study programme committee responds to complaints from students or to issues that they experience themselves, for example when there are too few seats in a room.