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Register/deregister for courses and exams

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Last updated on 22 September 2021

To participate in courses and exams you have to register. You can register via the registration module.

The official rules about registration are described in the Registration regulations for educational activities and examinations.

What do you register for?

Registration, as well as deregistration, is necessary for organising education. It provides insight into the number of students to be expected. This is important, for example for the scheduling of lecture halls and the preparation of education by a teacher.

Different registration procedure?

For some study programs or courses, a different registration procedure applies. View the Studyguide to see whether this applies to your study program or course. Also look bottom of this page under Registration conditions per faculty.

Registration deadlines

Each period has a fixed registration and deregistration deadline; within these deadlines you can register and deregister for education. You will find these deadlines below under the heading 'When to register and deregister'. Timely registration guarantees participation in courses. Did you missed the deadlines? Read the section below under the heading 'Too late to register'. 

Deregister

If you change your mind and still do not participate in the course or exam, please deregister. To do this, select "deregister" in the registration module.

Information about registration

  • (New!): registration regulation and terms

    New registration and deregistration rules from May 18th 2021
    Starting from 18 May 2021, VU Amsterdam has new registration and deregistration rules and procedures to make it easier to register for courses and exams. In addition, the registration and deregistration deadlines have changed.

    From now on: 

    1. You will be automatically signed up for the exam if you sign up for a course at the VU.
    2. You will be automatically registered for the resit if you did not pass the exam for a course at the VU.
    3. If you have not registered for a course (part) during the registration period, you can no longer register for the exam or re-exam outside the registration period.
    4. You can withdraw from a course up until the first week of classes. 
    5. You will receive updates on your VU email about signing in and signing out to avoid a No Show result. 

    The above does not apply if your course entry and result registration do not take place via the VU.

    The registration and cancellation deadlines for courses and (re)exams have been changed. See below at 'When to register'. 

    For Medicine students, different rules may apply, see below under 'Different registration procedure per faculty'.

  • How to register

    1)You can register for courses via the registration module.
    2)After you have selected your study program and academic year, you can register per period for courses within your study program. 
    3)To help you make the right choice of the corresponding components during the registration process. Full information about the timetable can be found on rooster.vu.nl

    In the registration module you can also register for courses outside your study program and select minors and specialisations. Check out the information below.

    In some cases you will be registered by the education office of your faculty, or you cannot register for courses and/or groups yourself. View the Study Guide for more information about the course in question and look at registration conditions per faculty at the bottom of this page. 

    Do you not want to participate in a course or exam? Deregister on time.

    Look at 'Registration conditions per faculty' below for additional information for your faculty.

  • How to deregister

    If you do not want to participate in a course, please deregister within the deregistration period. Click the box in the sign-up module and click "deregister". After deregistration, you will receive a confirmation in your VU student email. You will then be automatically deregistered for all parts of the course, such as the lectures, tutorial groups and the exam. Once the deregistration period is closed, you can no longer deregister.

    Please note: if you are registered for a course/exam but do not take part and do not deregister in time, you will be assessed as a No Show. Whether this counts as an opportunity depends on the Education and Examination Regulations (OER) and Rules & Guidelines (R&R) of your programme and/or faculty. More information on the OER and R&R can be found on this page. 

  • When to register and deregister

    Registration period for courses and educational activities

    You can register for courses and educational activities during the registration period for the period in which the course takes place.  

    (De)registration deadlines 2021/2022:

    Period/
    Semester 
    Education period Registration term Deregistration term 
    Period 106-09-2021 t/m 29-10-2021 26-07-2021 t/m 13-09-2021 26-07-2021 t/m 13-09-2021
    Period 2 01-11-2021 t/m 24-12-2021 27-09-2021 t/m 18-10-2021 27-09-2021 t/m 08-11-2021
    Period 310-01-2022 t/m 04-02-2022 29-11-2021 t/m 13-12-2021 29-11-2021 t/m 17-01-2022
    Semester 106-09-2021 t/m 04-02-2022 26-07-2021 t/m 13-09-202126-07-2021 t/m 13-09-2021
    Period 407-02-2022 t/m 01-04-2022 20-12-2021 t/m 17-01-202220-12-2021 t/m 14-02-2022
    Period 504-04-2022 t/m 03-06-2022 

    Period 606-06-2022 t/m 01-07-2022 

    Semester 207-02-2022 t/m 01-07-2022 20-12-2021 t/m 17-01-202220-12-2021 t/m 14-02-2022
    Summer holiday04-07-2022 t/m 31-08-2022 

    Academic year06-09-2021 t/m 31-08-2022 26-07-2021 t/m 31-08-202226-07-2021 t/m 13-09-2021

    The (de)registration deadlines only apply to courses for which students register at the VU.
    Other universities may apply different registration deadlines.

    Registration

    Register for Registration term
    CoursesUntil 4 weeks prior to the start of the course *
    ExamsUntil 4 weeks prior to the start of the course **
    Re-ExamsUp to 1 week before the (re)examination. Provided that you are registered for the course.

    * Exceptions include
    Period 1: until the 1st week of the course.
    Period 2: until two weeks before the course.
    Period 4: until three weeks before the course.

    **Except for period 4: up to three weeks prior to the course. 

    Deregister for (re)examinations
    You can deregister for (re)exainations up to one week before the exam date. For example: you can cancel for an exam on Friday 24/12/2020 until 23:59 on Friday 17/12/2020. 

    Courses over multiple periods
    You register for courses and examinations per period; each period has different registration dates. For courses that take place in combined periods (for example, courses in period 1 to 3), the registration term of the period in which the course starts (period 1) always applies. 

    Registration period for courses  
    You can register for courses during the registration period for the period in which the course takes place.  Registration for period 1 of the next academic year starts in July. You can find the exact date in the Registration Deadlines. The deadline for signing up for courses is a few weeks before the start of education. An exception to this is period 1, in which case you can register up to and including the first education week. 

    You can register until 23.59 hours on the last registration day. 

    Registering for examinations
    When you sign up for a course, the check mark for the participation in the exam is also on. This means that you will be automatically signed up for the examination. 

    The deadline for registering for the exam is the same as the deadline for the course. The deadline is a few weeks before the start of the course.

    Note! You cannot register for the exam outside the registration period if you have not registered for a course (part) during the registration period.  

    Signing up for re-examination  
    When you have received a fail (or NVD) for the examination, you will automatically be registered for the resit. 

    If you did not take part in the examination (No Show) or if you passed the examination, you have to sign up for the re-examination yourself if you want to take part in it. You can sign up for the re-examination as soon as the results of the examination (first opportunity) are published or the day after the examination date. You can sign up for re-examinations up to 1 week before the re-examination date. Example: for an exam on Thursday 28 October you can sign up until Wednesday 20 October, 23.59 hrs. 

    When registering for a resit, the last result obtained applies, even if it is lower than the previously obtained result. If you register for a resit but do not participate, a No Show will be registered but the previously obtained result will remain valid.  

    Note! You cannot register for the re-exam outside the registration period if you have not registered for a course (part) during the registration period.  

    Deregistration

    Deregister for Deregistration term
    CoursesUp to and including the 1st week of the start of the course
    ExamsUp to 1 week before the examination date 
    Re-examsUp to 1 week prior to the re-examination date

    You can deregister for a course up to and including the first week of the start of the course. For example: for a course given in education period 3 that starts on 10/01/2022, you can cancel until 23:59 on 17/01/2022.

    Deregistering for (re)exams is possible until one week before the exam date. For example, you can cancel for an exam on Friday 24/12/2022 until 23:59 on Friday 17/12/2022.

     

  • Too late to register

    You cannot register through the registration module after the registration period has closed. Only if you register on time, your participation in the education is guaranteed. 

    Can I still participate?

    For some courses you have the option for late placement (as of period 2). This means that after the registration period has closed, you can submit a request to be registered for the course. The period in which you can submit a request for a late placement varies: from a minimum of 1 week to a maximum of 4 weeks after the closing date for registration. Depending on the number of places available, your request may be honored. At the latest in the week before the start of the course you will receive a message whether your request for an extra place has been approved. If it is not possible to resit a course, this is indicated in the Study Guide. 

    You can submit a request for late placement in the registration module. Go to the course in question in the registration module and click on the button 'Request for late placement'. This button appears when the regular registration period for the course has closed.  

    Look at the bottom of this page under the heading 'Registration conditions per faculty' to read the additional rules per faculty. 

    Late placement not possible / late placement request rejected

    If your late placement request is rejected ór if late placement is not possible and you are too late to register, you can submit a substantiated request to be included.

    A substantiated request will only be honored if it meets the conditions set out in the Regulations on Inscribing in Education and Examinations. If your application is granted, you will be registered. 

    Your application will only be considered if you provide evidence of force majeure (such as your long-term illness or the death of a close relative) or disproportionate consequences for your study progress. A request will only be honored if there is sufficient capacity in the lecture halls for the course in question.

    Form substantiated request

    Substantiated request rejected

    If your substantiated request is not accepted, you will not be registered and will not be allowed to participate in the course and/or examination. If you do take part, it is at your own risk and you should take into account these consequences:

    • If you participate in a course without enrolling, you are not entitled to access the educational activities and the available educational materials.
    • If you participate in an examination without signing up, you will not receive a result. 
    • If you want to participate in an examination without having registered, you may be denied access.
  • Register for a minor

    You can select a minor in the registration module. If you select a minor (or as soon as the permission has been granted), the courses from this minor will be shown per period under the "Pre-selected courses" tab. You can then easily register for the selected courses. Please note that the pre-selected courses are displayed per period. You must register separately for each period in which a minor course is offered. If you select a minor for which approval is required, a form will automatically appear to request this approval from the Examination Board.

    More about minors

    More substantive information about the minors can be found at minor.vu.nl.

  • Register as a pre-master student or contract student

    As a pre-master's student, you can register for courses  in the registration module. 

    As a contract student, you cannot register for courses yourself. This is done by the education office of your faculty.

    Please consult the information at the bottom of this page under 'Registration conditions per faculty' for the specific conditions of your faculty for pre-master's and contract students.

  • Register as a subsidiary student

    If you, as a student from outside VU Amsterdam, want to take course (s) at VU Amsterdam as a subsidiary student, indicate which course(s) you want to take when registering. After approval, the courses are scheduled, after which you can register for the courses in the registration module.
    You cannot add courses in the registration module. If you want to take an extra course within the academic year for which you are registered, go to your profile to add the desired course. If an earlier application for a minor has not yet been approved, you also have the option to delete the application here.

    For more information, see Optional courses.

  • Register for an extracurricular course

    You can only register for courses that are part of your study programme and for courses that are offered extracurricularly. For registration and for including courses from other programmes in your curriculum, you must first request permission from the examination board. If you only wish to participate in the courses of other programmes and not include them in your curriculum, a request to the education office of the faculty is sufficient.

  • Problems with registering

    There are several possible reasons why you cannot register for courses:

    • You can only register during the registration period.
    • You can only register if you are (re)registered for a study program. If the status of your registration is still on 'Complete registration', you are not fully (re)registered.
    • You can only register for courses within your study program and for courses that are offered extracurricularly. You must first request permission to participate in courses from other programs.

    Entry requirements apply to some courses. If you do not meet the entry requirements, you cannot register for the course.

    Course not found in the registration module?

    Can't find courses in the registration module? Then try the following:

    • Check whether you have selected the correct study program and the correct year: at the top of the start screen for registration it is shown for which study program and which year you see the study plan. Make sure that the correct data is selected here.
    • Search within all courses: a course that is not in the pre-selected courses may be found in all courses.
    • Search within extracurricular courses: courses that are not part of the training program of your study program may be offered extracurricularly.
    • Search in minors: if you are looking for a (course within a) minor, you can find it by clicking the "Search in minors" button. You will find all minors that are available within your study program and you can then register for the courses.

    Check the study guide: if a subject in the study guide is available in your study program, but not in the registration module, you can contact the student desk about this.

    Still not able to find courses or minors? Then they are not available within your study program and the extracurricular offer. If you want to take such courses, you can submit a request to participate.

    Is the course full?

    A course or an educational activity can fill up during registration. You can only register if there is still room in a course. In most cases, the capacity is increased quickly and subscription is possible again. So try again the next day. If the course is still full, you can submit a request to the faculty to increase the capacity for this part of a course.
    You can only submit a request if activities of a part are full, for example if all groups in a workgroup are full. For some courses a maximum number of participants applies; You cannot submit a request to increase the capacity for such courses. If there is a maximum number of participants, this is stated in the course in the Study Guide.

    If a course is full, you can submit a request to participate.

    Request

    Submit a request as a minor

    For different registration rules per faculty, see Registration conditions per faculty at the bottom of this page. 

  • Plan courses in your study plan

    You can add a course to your study plan via the registration module if the registration period for that course has not yet been opened. This is also possible for courses in subsequent academic years. Select your study program and academic year. By clicking the "Plan course" button you can schedule courses per period.

    Please note: planning is not the same as subscribing! If you have planned courses, you still have to register for the courses, educational activities and exams yourself when the registration period is open. This does not happen automatically. 

  • Take several courses at the same time

    Are you following two or more courses at the same time, or do you wish to do so? That is possible. Below you can read how to arrange this.

    Visit your academic advisor

    Visit the academic advisor for advice. He or she will help you plan and combine the courses you have in mind and, if necessary, can refer you to another course.

    Ask the lecturer for the digital learning materials of lectures

    If lectures coincide, decide which lecture you will attend. Ask the lecturer of the lecture you missed to make the available digital learning resources available quickly so that you can prepare for the remaining lectures.

    Change of workgroup

    Are work lectures at the same time? Then ask if you can switch working groups. Depending on the method of registration, you can arrange this yourself or contact the education office or the lecturer.

    Request to take an exam at another time

    Are exams scheduled at the same time? In all cases, submit a request to take the examination at another time as soon as possible, but no later than three weeks before the examination period.

    Are you taking your second course at different faculties? Submit your request to the faculty of your main study. 

Registration conditions per faculty

Registration conditions may differ per faculty. View the registration conditions of your faculty below.

Study guide

For information on the different registration procedure per course, please check the Study Guide.  

Late placement

For more information about the possibility of late placement, please check the Study Guide. It will be stated on the course page in the Study Guide if late placement is not possible. 

In case of an extra placement, students can no longer request to change groups. In case of an afterschool placement, students are placed in the least full groups regardless of the rest of their schedule.

Pre-master 

In most cases, pre-master students can register for courses themselves. If not, they can contact the student desk

Study guide 

For information on the different registration procedure per course, please check the Study Guide.  

Exceptions apply in particular to:

  • First-year courses Behavioral Sciences (Psychology and Educational Sciences and university Pabo)
  • First-year courses in Human Movement Sciences
  • Courses of the Educational Minor
  • Courses of the University Teacher Education
  • Sweep exams of the two-year Behavioral Sciences courses

Study guide

For information on the different registration procedure per course, please check the Study Guide.  

All students register for courses themselves. Only first year students will be registered by the Education Office in academic year 2021/2022 on the following courses: 

  • Bachelor Bedrijfskunde: 
      • Taaltoets – VU_TAALT 
      • SAM Programme BK - E_BK1_SAM
      • Research Participation 1- E_BK1_RPR1
  • Bachelor International Business Administration: 
      • English Language Test – VU_ELT
      • SAM Programme IBA - E_IBA1_SAM
      • Research Participation 1 - E_IBA1_RPR1
  • Bachelor Economie en Bedrijfseconomie:
      • English Language Test – VU_ELT
      • SAM Programme EBE – E_EBE1_SAM
  • Bachelor Econometrics and Operations Research:
      • English Language Test – VU_ELT
      •  SAM Programme EOR – E_EOR1_SAM

Study guide

For information on the different registration procedure per course, please check the Study Guide. Last-minute registration

Premaster

As a pre-master student you cannot register for modules yourself. This is provided by the Education Office. You will be registered for the lectures and the first exam. You must register for a possible resit yourself.

Study guide

For information on the different registration procedure per course, please check the Study Guide

Submit application after late registration

Please note: if your application is approved, you will take the exam at the regular exam location. In that case, it is not possible to take your exam in the facilities room if you have been granted the facility 'low-stimulus room' or facility 'taking written exams on the PC'.

Study guide

For information on the different registration procedure per course, please check the Study Guide.  

Please note: There are courses with working groups. For some courses you can register yourself for a workgroup (and your registration will be immediately visible in your personal timetable), but there are also courses where the workgroup classification is made by the teacher. In the latter case, you cannot choose a working group yourself. You can see the time at which the workgroups are scheduled on www.rooster.vu.nl. Only when the classification has been registered will the workgroup you are assigned to will be visible in your personal timetable. 

Bachelor of Medicine

  • Registering for courses and 1st examinations: 
    Students are registered for courses and 1st examination by the education office. Registering via VUweb does not apply to the courses of the Bachelor of Medicine programme.
  • Registering for a resit: 
    If a student fails the exam, he/she is automatically registered for the resit. Students who did not pass a course in the previous academic year or who received an NS, can register for the re-examination of that course via a link, this link can be found in all CANVAS courses under the heading modules/testing.
  • Registration for a resit of a stationary test: 
    In all CANVAS courses under the heading modules/testing, students can register via a link, this also applies to students who did not pass the station test in a previous academic year or who received a NS.
  • Deregistering for an exam/re-examination: 
    Students can deregister an exam by sending an e-mail to studentenbalie@vumc.nl, please include the student number and the name of the course/event in the e-mail.
  • Registering too late:
    If you are late in registering  for a resit after passing an NS or retaking a test in a subsequent academic year, you may submit a substantiated request to still be signed up. If your request is granted, you will still be registered. For the national progress test and the station test other rules apply, see the relevant CANVAS courses. Your application will only be processed if you provide evidence of force majeure or disproportionate consequences for your study progress.

    Form substantiated request

Master of Medicine

  • Registering for a course: students are registered for courses and first exams by the education office. Registering via VUweb does not apply to the courses of the Master of Medicine programme.
  • Registering for a resit: in the event of a fail, students are NOT automatically registered for the resit. Registration runs via the education office (information on the course on canvas)

Master Oncology

  • See registration procedure of the VU. 
  • Late placement: after the closing date of the registration period it is still possible to register for the (compulsory) courses (late placement). Some courses have a maximum capacity. Once this capacity is reached, signing up is no longer possible, not even during the late placement period. 
  • In most cases you can sign up for the courses yourself. If this is not possible, please contact the program to request enrollment by email: Master of Oncology. 

 

Master Cardiovascular See registration procedure of the VU. 

  • See registration procedure of the VU. 
  • Late placement: after the closing date of the registration period it is still possible to register for the (compulsory) courses (late placement). Some courses have a maximum capacity. Once this capacity is reached, signing up is no longer possible, not even during the late placement period. 
  • In most cases you can sign up for the courses yourself. If this is not possible, please contact the program to request enrollment by email: Master of Oncology. 

Study guide

For information on the different registration procedure per course, please check the Study Guide

Amsterdam University College uses a separate course registration system called AUC Portal. All full-time AUC students will be informed of course registration procedures separately by the AUC registrar. Current AUC students can find more information on the AUC Student Information Canvas page here

Students at the VU are sometimes eligible to follow courses at AUC under certain conditions. If you’re a current VU student, you can find more information about the possibility to take off-campus courses at Amsterdam University College on their website here.

  • BETA

    Study guide

    For information on the different registration procedure per course, please check the Study Guide.  

    Late placement

    For more information about the possibility of late placement, please check the Study Guide. It will be stated on the course page in the Study Guide if late placement is not possible. 

    In case of an extra placement, students can no longer request to change groups. In case of an afterschool placement, students are placed in the least full groups regardless of the rest of their schedule.

    Pre-master 

    In most cases, pre-master students can register for courses themselves. If not, they can contact the student desk

  • FGB

    Study guide 

    For information on the different registration procedure per course, please check the Study Guide.  

    Exceptions apply in particular to:

    • First-year courses Behavioral Sciences (Psychology and Educational Sciences and university Pabo)
    • First-year courses in Human Movement Sciences
    • Courses of the Educational Minor
    • Courses of the University Teacher Education
    • Sweep exams of the two-year Behavioral Sciences courses
  • SBE

    Study guide

    For information on the different registration procedure per course, please check the Study Guide.  

    All students register for courses themselves. Only first year students will be registered by the Education Office in academic year 2021/2022 on the following courses: 

    • Bachelor Bedrijfskunde: 
        • Taaltoets – VU_TAALT 
        • SAM Programme BK - E_BK1_SAM
        • Research Participation 1- E_BK1_RPR1
    • Bachelor International Business Administration: 
        • English Language Test – VU_ELT
        • SAM Programme IBA - E_IBA1_SAM
        • Research Participation 1 - E_IBA1_RPR1
    • Bachelor Economie en Bedrijfseconomie:
        • English Language Test – VU_ELT
        • SAM Programme EBE – E_EBE1_SAM
    • Bachelor Econometrics and Operations Research:
        • English Language Test – VU_ELT
        •  SAM Programme EOR – E_EOR1_SAM
  • FGW

    Study guide

    For information on the different registration procedure per course, please check the Study Guide. Last-minute registration

    Premaster

    As a pre-master student you cannot register for modules yourself. This is provided by the Education Office. You will be registered for the lectures and the first exam. You must register for a possible resit yourself.

  • Law

    Study guide

    For information on the different registration procedure per course, please check the Study Guide

    Submit application after late registration

    Please note: if your application is approved, you will take the exam at the regular exam location. In that case, it is not possible to take your exam in the facilities room if you have been granted the facility 'low-stimulus room' or facility 'taking written exams on the PC'.

  • FSS

    Study guide

    For information on the different registration procedure per course, please check the Study Guide.  

    Please note: There are courses with working groups. For some courses you can register yourself for a workgroup (and your registration will be immediately visible in your personal timetable), but there are also courses where the workgroup classification is made by the teacher. In the latter case, you cannot choose a working group yourself. You can see the time at which the workgroups are scheduled on www.rooster.vu.nl. Only when the classification has been registered will the workgroup you are assigned to will be visible in your personal timetable. 

  • MED

    Bachelor of Medicine

    • Registering for courses and 1st examinations: 
      Students are registered for courses and 1st examination by the education office. Registering via VUweb does not apply to the courses of the Bachelor of Medicine programme.
    • Registering for a resit: 
      If a student fails the exam, he/she is automatically registered for the resit. Students who did not pass a course in the previous academic year or who received an NS, can register for the re-examination of that course via a link, this link can be found in all CANVAS courses under the heading modules/testing.
    • Registration for a resit of a stationary test: 
      In all CANVAS courses under the heading modules/testing, students can register via a link, this also applies to students who did not pass the station test in a previous academic year or who received a NS.
    • Deregistering for an exam/re-examination: 
      Students can deregister an exam by sending an e-mail to studentenbalie@vumc.nl, please include the student number and the name of the course/event in the e-mail.
    • Registering too late:
      If you are late in registering  for a resit after passing an NS or retaking a test in a subsequent academic year, you may submit a substantiated request to still be signed up. If your request is granted, you will still be registered. For the national progress test and the station test other rules apply, see the relevant CANVAS courses. Your application will only be processed if you provide evidence of force majeure or disproportionate consequences for your study progress.

      Form substantiated request

    Master of Medicine

    • Registering for a course: students are registered for courses and first exams by the education office. Registering via VUweb does not apply to the courses of the Master of Medicine programme.
    • Registering for a resit: in the event of a fail, students are NOT automatically registered for the resit. Registration runs via the education office (information on the course on canvas)

    Master Oncology

    • See registration procedure of the VU. 
    • Late placement: after the closing date of the registration period it is still possible to register for the (compulsory) courses (late placement). Some courses have a maximum capacity. Once this capacity is reached, signing up is no longer possible, not even during the late placement period. 
    • In most cases you can sign up for the courses yourself. If this is not possible, please contact the program to request enrollment by email: Master of Oncology. 

     

    Master Cardiovascular See registration procedure of the VU. 

    • See registration procedure of the VU. 
    • Late placement: after the closing date of the registration period it is still possible to register for the (compulsory) courses (late placement). Some courses have a maximum capacity. Once this capacity is reached, signing up is no longer possible, not even during the late placement period. 
    • In most cases you can sign up for the courses yourself. If this is not possible, please contact the program to request enrollment by email: Master of Oncology. 
  • FRT

    Study guide

    For information on the different registration procedure per course, please check the Study Guide

  • Amsterdam University College

    Amsterdam University College uses a separate course registration system called AUC Portal. All full-time AUC students will be informed of course registration procedures separately by the AUC registrar. Current AUC students can find more information on the AUC Student Information Canvas page here

    Students at the VU are sometimes eligible to follow courses at AUC under certain conditions. If you’re a current VU student, you can find more information about the possibility to take off-campus courses at Amsterdam University College on their website here.

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