Regulations degree programmes AS

 

Temporary supplement to TER 2020-2021 with regard to admission requirements for BSc and MSc programmes and with regard to the Binding recommendation  on continuation of studies
 

Article 3 - Admission to Bachelor’s degree programmes

Tweede Verzamelspoedwet COVID-19

Article 3 is supplemented with Sections 3a and 3b concerning conditional admission, and reads:

VO -> bacheloropleiding

3a.       For the 2020-2021 academic year, in addition to Section 1 of this article, students referred to in Subsection a of this Section may be admitted conditionally provided that they make it plausible that, before 1 January 2021, they:

  • have successfully completed the NT2-II language exam, or
  • have passed the state examination in Dutch as a second language or have otherwise demonstrated that they meet the required language level, and
  • have eliminated any other deficiencies by taking one or more state exams. 

If, on 1 January 2021, they do not meet the conditions for admission referred to in Subsection 1a of this article, they will be unenrolled from the degree programme.

HBO propedeuse -> bacheloropleiding

3b.       For the 2020-2021 academic year, in addition to Section 1 of this article, students referred to in Subsection b of this Section may be admitted conditionally provided that they:

  • By 1 August 2020 at the latest, TU Delft has received a completion recommendation from their HBO (University of Applied Sciences) showing that it is likely they will successfully complete the relevant first year before 1 January 2021, and
  • on the basis of which the degree programme has made a positive assessment.
  • For supplementary requirements  > BSc programmes

If, on 1 January 2021, students have not met the admission requirements referred to in Section 1b of this article, they will be unenrolled from the degree programme.

Article 3- Admission to the Master’s degree programme

Tweede Verzamelspoedwet COVID-19

Article 3 is supplemented with Section 3 (conditional admission), which reads:

3.  For the 2020-2021 academic year, in the context of the outbreak of COVID-19, students who were enrolled at a Dutch university or HBO (University of Applied Sciences) in the 2019-2020 academic year may be conditionally admitted provided that, on 31 August 2020, they:

  • have a deficit not exceeding 15 ECTS for the Bachelor’s degree audit of the Bachelor’s programme referred to in this article, or
  • have a deficit not exceeding 15 ECTS for completion of the bridging programme referred to in this article, but:
  • meet the supplementary requirements, see  

If, on 31 August 2021, students have not met the admission requirements referred to in Section 1 of this article, they will be unenrolled from the degree programme.

Article 27 – (Negative) binding recommendation on the continuation of studies

Article 27 is supplemented with Section 10. This reads as follows:

10.       Students who obtained fewer than 45 credits in their first year of the degree programme in the 2019-2020 academic year and for whom the binding recommendation on the continuation of studies has been automatically postponed as a result of the amended regulation for the binding recommendation on the continuation of studies for the 2019-2020 academic year in the context of COVID-19, must have obtained all remaining credits from the first year of the degree programme in a subsequent academic year. Students who have not obtained all remaining credits by the end of a subsequent academic year will receive a final negative binding recommendation on the continuation of studies.

 

On this page you can find the AS programme regulations of the current academic year.

You can find the regulations of the previous years in the archive.

The regulations consist of Teaching and Examination Regulations and Rules and Guidelines of the Board of Examiners. The regulations handle all possible issues concerning education and examinations. All rights and obligations of both students and teachers are explained in detail, so in case of conflict the regulations give guidelines for a decision.

The regulations are determined by:

In the faculty regulations (only available in Dutch), the tasks and authorizations of the Board of Examiners, Teaching committees and Faculty Student Council are described.

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