Examination Board

Current facets (Pre-Master)

The Examination Board Erasmus School of Law can help you with a number of matters, including:

  • Exemption requests
  • Applications for special facilities for students with disabilities
  • Applications to sit interim examinations
  • Applications for examinations taken at the student's 'own risk'
  • Applications with regard to exceptions to transitional arrangements
  • Permission to take courses at other universities (both in the Netherlands and abroad) and to incorporate the curriculum of these courses in your study programme.

The examination board is also tasked with dealing with reports of fraud and is involved in issuing the binding study advice for students.

You can find the conditions for submitting a request to the examination board and other useful information in the Education and Examination Regulations of your program and the Regulations from the Examination Board ESL. The examination board requests that you consult the relevant articles in the Education and Examination Regulations of your program and the Regulations from the Examination Board ESL before submitting your request.

A request can be submitted via PDF-form. If your request requires you to submit medical declarations or certified copies of non-EUR lists of marks or non-EUR diplomas, please send these documents by post. You may also present these documents during the examination board open consultations hour (Monday, 11:00 to 12:00). Electronic (scanned) copies of medical declarations or certified copies of non-EUR lists of marks or non-EUR diplomas will not be accepted.

The examination board will come to a decision as soon as possible, but in any event eight weeks after the date on which it receives your request. Incomplete requests will not be processed.

Submitting a request

If you want to submit a request to the examination board, please complete the form below and send it to examencommissie@law.eur.nl (including appendices). or go to LawWeb.

Please note: if your request requires you to submit medical declarations or certified copies of non-EUR lists of marks or non-EUR diplomas, make sure to send these documents by post. Electronic (scanned) copies of medical declarations or certified copies of non-EUR lists of marks or non-EUR diplomas will not be accepted.

The examination board will come to a decision as soon as possible, but in any event eight weeks after the date on which it receives your request. Incomplete requests will not be processed. Erasmus School of Law will process your details with the utmost care and will not make them available to third parties without your permission.

If you have any questions regarding the above, please get in touch with the examination board secretaries.