You cannot register through the registration module after the registration deadline. Only if you register in 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 for (de)registration for 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.
More information can be found on the page Complaint, Appeal and Objection.