The Examination Board is responsible for safeguarding the quality of the interim and final examinations and must determine in an independent and expert manner whether a student meets the conditions set by the Teaching and Examination Regulations to obtain the degree. With this, the Examination Board plays a crucial role in monitoring the quality of the diploma award.
Place within the organization
The division of tasks between the programme director, the Education Board and the Examination Board is as follows:
- The study programme director is responsible for the design and implementation of the study programme, as described in the OER, and ensures that the education and training meet the quality standard.
- The study Education Board advises the study programme director and the faculty board on the (manner of implementation of the) OER.
- The Examination Board assesses the results of the education per individual student within the framework of the OER of a study programme. After all, the Examination Board is “the body that determines in an objective and expert manner whether a student meets the conditions set by the Teaching and Examination Regulations with regard to the knowledge, insight and skills required to obtain a degree”.
Requests to the Examination Board
If there is a serious study delay, it is advisable to discuss this with your study advisor before submitting a request. They can discuss the options with you and advise you when writing your request.
You can contact the Examination Board for the following requests:
- Extra exam opportunity
- Request for a course replacement
- Request for extension of validity of results
- Request an exemption
- Elective space
- Other requests and questions
The processing time for all requests is 30 working days from the moment the request is received by the Examination Board.