More information on exams: how to register, different examination forms and so on.
Consequences for the exams due to COVID-19
Have you tested positive for COVID-19 and/or are you in quarantine?
We ask students who are unable to come to campus due to a COVID-19 infection, mandatory quarantine, or a waiting period following a COVID-19 test to act responsibly and stay home.
You can find more information on the web page illness during exams.
Exams in the evenings and on Saturdays
In order to make sure that the exams for the students are sufficiently spread over the exam period and that no exams take place at the same time, we divert to the evenings and Saturdays.
Written exams and midterms
Exams: all about registration for exams, exam dates, results and rules during exams.More information
Digital exams on- and off-campus
On this page you can read what you can do to prepare for digital exams on- and off-campus.More information
Substitute exam or test
Please contact the examination board first if you want to do a substitute exam or test.More information
Special examination arrangements
What special examination facilities does the univeristy offer and what to do when applying for special examination arrangements?More information
What to do in case of exam clashes as regards Social and Behavioral Sciences & Economics and Management.More information
Apply for exemptions for courses
Each School has it's own procedure for exemptions.More information
Illness during exams
Are you ill when you have to make an exam? Please read what you can do.More information
An examination board determines whether a student meets the conditions for obtaining a diploma.More information
European Credit Transfer System (ECTS)
The European Commission has developed a system - the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) - to assign credits to a study. The purpose of this system is to promote student mobility between (foreign) universities.More information
Education and Examination Regulations Students (EER)
For each Bachelor's and Master's program, there are certain Education and Examination Regulations (EER). The EER describes the structure of the several programs (courses, exams, etc.). They also contain provisions on the rights and duties of the students and the university.More information