To benefit fully from the education offered, ESE expects students to actively participate in the programme and to show mutual respect for both staff and fellow students in all aspects of contact. To this end, ESE has adopted rules of behaviour.
The ESE Code of Conduct consists of rules regarding order during class, an e-mail etiquette, and the new ESE house rules. There are six ESE house rules, which each student should follow:
• Be on time
• Do not disturb class
• Be prepared and participate actively in class
• Contribute actively to group assignments
• The perusal of exams is for feedback and not for negotiation
• Use your student e-mail account and stick to the e-mail etiquette.
The leaflet with the ESE house rules, including a short explanation of each rule, can be downloaded here.
Following these rules will help you to get the most out of your studies, and it will also allow your fellow students and teacher to optimally study and teach. Note that not following these rules will have consequences.