University guide to elective courses

The majority of study programmes include the option to make up part (in some cases a small part) of the curriculum with elective courses and/or minors. You can use this space for electives as you see fit, subject to approval from the examining board.
You can consider subjects from your own course and faculty, from other faculties and from other universities. Your choice may be restricted by requirements regarding prior knowledge and any requirements set by the examining board of your own study programme for filling the space for electives.

Information on the options at other universities can be found on the websites of the universities in question: UvA, VU, UU, Leiden University, Tilburg University, Radboud University Nijmegen, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Maastricht University, TU Delft, TU Eindhoven, University Twente, Wageningen University.

The amount of space for electives may differ depending on the study programme and faculty. In addition, the preconditions such as those relating to the level of the electives may vary.

Before making your choice, you are strongly advised to consult with the study advisor for your own course with regard to the amount of space for electives and the requirements set by the examining board.

N.B. If you wish to take an elective at EUR, you have to enrol as an elective student.