Board of Examiners
The members of het Board of Examiners are appointed by the Faculty Board based on their expertise regarding the programme or group of programmes.
The Board of Examiners is the organ which in an objective and expert way determines if a student fulfils the requirements the Teaching and Examination Regulations set for knowledge, insight, and skills needed for obtaining a degree. It also watches over the quality of examinations and the final assessment.
Based on the Higher Education and Academic Research Act, the Executive Board should constitute a Board of Examiners for every programme or group of programmes it offers.
Authority of the Board of Examiners
The Board of Examiners has authority with regard to administering examinations and with regard to the organisation and coordination of examinations.
The Board of Examiners has, amongst others, the following duties:
this, the Board of Examiners has other duties, which can be found
in the Teaching and Examination Regulations, in the Examination
Regulation and in the Aberrant Examination Regulation of the
Faculty of Law.
Contacting the Board of Examiners
You can file an individual request or complaints about (the procedure with regard to) examinations in writing to the Board of Examiners. Check if your request falls within the duties (see above) of the Board of Examiners.
You can contact the Board of Examiners by using this email address:BoE-Law rug.nl
Or you can send a letter to the address below:
Do not agree with a decision?
If you do not agree with a decision of the Board of Examiners or the decision from an examiner (e.g. your grade), you can appeal that decision at the Board of Appeals for Examinations.
For more information,
please check ‘complaint, objection and appeal’ in the
Last update: 21-7-2023