Examination Board Law
The Examination Board is responsible for the organization and quality of examinations.
In addition, its tasks involve:
- dealing with requests for exemption
- dealing with requests for an extra opportunity to take an interim examination (article 15.4 bachelor EER / article 4.15 master EER)
- dealing with requests for special facilities during interim examinations
- dealing with other requests by students regarding their program of studies
- dealing with applications for admission to the Master’s program
- dealing with applications to participate in interim examinations of the second year
- dealing with applications for permission to write a Bachelor or Master’s thesis
- dealing with applications for admission to the pre-Master’s programs
- awarding an academic distinction (judicium)
- combating academic fraud and taking disciplinary action (more information)
The duties and responsibilities of the Examining Board are set out in the Higher Education and Research Act (Wet op het Hoger onderwijs en Wetenschappelijk onderzoek) and in the Law School’s Education and Examination Regulations (EERs) and the Rules and Regulations of Tilburg Law School’s Examination Board.
The Examination Board has delegated a number of duties to others. For instance, it appoints examiners to administer interim examinations and to determine the marks.
Tilburg Law School
Room M 902
PO Box 90153
5000 LE Tilburg
It may happen that, in the information that you receive on the interim examinations or that you read on the website concerning registration for exams, different terms are used for the same things or arrangements referred to in the EERs or the Rules and Regulations of the Examination Board. However, this does not alter the spirit of the EERs or the Rules and Regulations.