Studying and Student life

Examination committee Economics and Management


The responsibilities of the Examination Committee are installed in the 'Higher Education and Research Act (WHW)', the 'Teaching and Examination Regulations' of the Tilburg School of Economics and Management, and in the Rules and Regulations of the Examination Committee.

The Examination Committee is entrusted with the organization and coordination in conducting of examinations. Besides this, the remit of the Examination Committee includes the following:

  1. application for exemptions
  2. selection of optional subjects
  3. replacement of compulsory subjects
  4. giving permission to participate in examinations
  5. extending the validity of completed examinations
  6. giving permission for an extra (oral) exam
  7. admission to the bachelor- and master thesis
  8. admission to premaster programs
  9. assessing other requests from students regarding their study
  10. preventing and penalizing fraud and plagiarism

The Examination Board has delegated some tasks to others. For example, the knowledge and skills of students will be reviewed by the adjudicator on behalf of the Board of Examiners. This task is usually carried out by the teachers of a course. The Examination Board also ask for their advice regarding requests for exemption. The program coordinators usually advise the Examination Committee on items 1 to 4.

Contact information


Contact with individual members of the Examination Committee is not possible.