Hogeschool van Amsterdam

Examination Board

Your faculty or degree programme's examination board determines, in an objective manner, whether you meet the requirements of the Teaching and Examination Regulations (Dutch: OER) and the exit qualifications for the degree programme.

Contact the examination board with regard to exemptions, special arrangements related to disabilities, additional examination opportunities and the binding study advice (BSA).

Submitting a request

You can find comprehensive information about submitting requests here.

Teaching and Examination Regulations

The Teaching and Examination Regulations (TER) is an important document containing all regulations on prior education, exemptions, the study programme, examinations and degree certificates, assessment and testing, academic careers and the cum laude regulation. You can find the TER here.

Suspicion of fraud and/or plagiarism

If there are grounds for suspecting that a student is guilty of fraud or plagiarism, the examiner or invigilator is obliged to report this to the Examination Board.

Procedure

  1. If there are serious grounds for suspecting that a student is guilty of fraud or plagiarism, the examiner
  2. Before reaching a decision, the Examination Board will give the student the opportunity to be heard.
  3. Examination Board will decide whether the student is actually guilty of fraud, including serious fraud, or plagiarism. If that is the case, the Examination Board will notify the student in writing, specifying the associated sanctions.

For more information see the Teaching and Examination Regulations (TER).

Appeal against a decision of the Examination Board

A decision of the Examination Board is binding on all parties involved. Students may lodge within six weeks an appeal with the Examination Appeals Board (EAB) if they do not agree with a decision made by the Examination Board.

Published by  AZ editors FBE 2 November 2021