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UCU Online Courses Fall 2022

Tilburg University is opening select courses of the Fall 2022 semester online to students of its partner Ukrainian Catholic University. Tilburg University wants to support UCU in providing education under the terrible circumstances of war. Students of UCU can apply for the current offer until 7 August.

Courses at Tilburg University

Apply to follow 1-3 online courses in Fall 2022 semester at Tilburg University: Course overview

Application documents

  1. Completed application form 
  2. E-mail to containing:
  • a recent confirmation of enrollment at UCU (in English),
  • a recent transcript of records (in English), and
  • if applying for a Global Law course, a motivation letter per course (see prerequisites in course list).

Application deadline

7 August 2022


Tilburg University aims to support as many UCU students as possible with providing access to online education. However, if courses need to limit the number of participants or require certain knowledge, a selection will be done. The selection will be based on an evaluation of your academic experience and performance (transcript of records), and, for Global Law courses, on the motivation letter per course. 

Course registration

Once accepted and enrolled at Tilburg University, you will have to register for individual courses you are following via OSIRIS Student/App. Find information here and you will also receive instructions how to register from the Study Abroad & Exchange Team before the start of the semester.


Course Offer - What can I apply for?

You can apply for up to 3 courses from the online course offer. Tilburg University courses not included in the online offer on this page are not available for online participants.

Requirements - Am I eligible to apply?

Enrollment status

You need to be registered at UCU for fall 2022 semester to be able to participate in online courses at Tilburg University. If you want to complete the Bachelor module Futures of Europe, you need to be registered for the entire academic year 2022-23.

Study level

To follow Bachelor-level courses, you need to be enrolled in a Bachelor program at home, ideally with a minimum of one year of full-time studies completed (60 ECTS). 

Academic prerequisites

You will need to have at least level B2 CEFR English.  You should also meet the prerequisites of the courses at the start of the semester. Prerequisites are listed in the courses overviews. In addition, admission is generally subject to capacity in course.

Examination mode

Some courses in our Fall 2022 offer can only be offered with an exam on campus at Tilburg University. UCU will facilitate an exam with proctor at UCU for this.

Application period - When can I apply?

Eligible students from UCU can apply until 7 August 2022. Students will be informed of their admission decision soon after and will be able to register for courses in time for the start of fall semester classes on August 29, 2022.

Costs - Are there any fees or expenses attached?

There are no tuition fees or administrative fees for participating UCU students. Please note that you have to bear the costs for any course materials and books if a course requires it. Please contact the Tilburg University Study Abroad & Exchange Office (see below) if you cannot pay for or access any materials, so we can assist in finding a solution. You may also inform your lecturer first to ask for advice.

Scheduling conflicts - How do I find out?

You should check ahead of the start of classes for scheduling conflicts with courses you take at home.

The fall 2022 courses schedules will only be published in the course catalogue around mid-August (spring 2023 courses in mid-December). (1) Click on “Courses”, (2) search for your course, (3) click on “Schedule” in the upper right corner of the course view, (4) see the weekly scheduling for classes and potentially additional working groups by clicking through the week schedule.

Exam dates will be published later in the semester. Please also read under "Important dates academic year 2022-23" for exam and re-sit periods you should be available for.

In case of earlier course registration deadlines at home, we advise students to also plan to register for sufficient classes at their home university in case of unexpected scheduling conflicts with the Tilburg University course(s)/module.

Important dates Fall 2022 semester

Fall 2022

Start of Classes*

29 August 2022

Block 1

end of August - October

Block 2 October - December
Exam Period** December 2022 - January 2023

Re-sit Period**

January 2023 and mid-June/July 2023

* Some courses do not run for the entire semester, but are offered in blocks (quarters of approx. 7-8 weeks) which is indicated in the course overview. 

** Period dependent on School (faculty). Individual exam dates to be confirmed in the timetable information. Mid-term exams may be given by lecturers outside of exam period. Block courses may have exams at the end of the block, not the semester.

The academic calendars for Tilburg University and its Schools (faculties) indicate the dates of each teaching block and semester in more detail:
Tilburg University Academic Calendar(s)

Transcript of records

At the end of your virtual exchange, you will receive information on how to request an official transcipt of records from Tilburg University. For credit transfer questions, please check with UCU staff. The International Office or your study advisor/examination board there may be able to help you find the right process/contact person.

Credit Transfer - Can I let my TiU results count at home?

Most universities require their students to apply for credit transfer/course approval in advance of following courses at a different institution. For credit transfer questions, please check with UCU staff. The International Office or your study advisor/examination board there may be able to help you find the right process/contact person.

Change of plans - Who do I inform?

Once registered for a course, students can deregister via OSIRIS Student/App. Please also write to us (see contact email address on this page) and state which course/module you will not be attending. If you are already attending a course, you must inform the lecturer. You should also inform any students you may be in a working group with.

Contact the International Office of Tilburg University

Ms. Anna Rathert, Study Abroad & Exchange Team

Mr. Lars Mennen, International Policy & Projects Team