TER changes academic year 2010-2011
The Teaching and Examination Regulations (TER, in Dutch: OER) are the official regulations concerning education and examination within the degree programmes of the Erasmus School of Economics. Do you want to know what has been changed over the previous academic year?
As a student, you study according to the rules of the TER for the current academic year, which means that this year you are studying according to the rules of the TER for 2010-2011. Changes regarding validities will not be implemented retroactively, but are effective as of September 1st 2010.
The major changes are briefly described below.
The examiner lays down the result of a written examination as soon as possible, and ensures that the result of the exam subject concerned is correctly handed in to the Department for Exam Administration and registered in OSIRIS, not later than three weeks.
Terms of validity
Bachelor’s exam subjects completed with sufficient or compensable results remain valid for six years.
Master’s exam subjects completed with sufficient or compensable results remain valid for three years.
Tems of validity for the pre-master
Pre-master students have to complete the pre-master programme within two years with a satisfactory result in order to receive a judgement of the Examination Board to qualify for a Masters programme at ESE.
The Teaching and Examination Regulations can be found here:
- For Bachelor students
- For pre-master and Master students