Master time schedule

Time schedule for the master programme 2016-2017.

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For more specific information on the courses, please see the e-study guide

Overview of holidays

Overview of buildings and locations mentioned in the time schedule

Please note: enrol in uSis for all exams (written examinations, papers, presentations, etc.) The relevant study activity numbers and enrolment periods are in the time schedule.
There are consequences if you do not enrol for exams in time. For more information, please see Registration in uSis.


Block 1

5 September - 21 October 2016

Block 2

31 October - 16 December 2016

Block 3

30 January - 17 March 2017

Block 4

27 March - 12 May 2017

Electives

Electives (blocks 1, 2, 3 and 4)

Master exams

Master exams (written exams, papers, assignments, etc.)

Master retakes

Master retakes (written exams, papers, assignments, etc.)

Written exams for students with learning disabilities

Students with learning disabilities such as dyslexia or autism have the right to take written exams in a separate room. You will also get more time to finish the exam (3 hours). This also applies to retakes.

If this is your case, you have to inform Corijanne Slappendel and Fenestra of your disability. With the statement issued by Fenestra you can file a request for the extra facilities with the Board of Examiners. After the Board of Examiners has given its permission, please send an e-mail to Anouk Everts, (3 weeks before the exam/retake takes place, at the latest), with a cc to study advisor Corijanne Slappendel. Moreover, you need to inform the study advisor of your situation at the beginning of your studies.

In the e-mail, please state:
- your name 
- studentnumber
- phone number 
- the exams concerned: title, date and time 

Also specify what you need: more time, quiet room, exams in large print, or use of a laptop (the latter is only granted in very specific cases, and has to be requested via the Examination Committee).

Please note:

* If you have registered for exams, this does not mean you are automatically entitled to do a retake. You need to register for the retakes separately.

* If you have not registered following the procedure described above, and you are attending the exam anyway, you will be denied access to the room. In that case, you will have to take the regular exam and you will lose the right to more time, etc.

Last Modified: 07-12-2016