Programme Committee (OKIO)
OKIO is a (Dutch) abbreviation for 'Programme Committee IO'. The OKIO is an advice council consisting of five teachers and five students.
What does the OKIO do?
- Advise on all education topics within the programme
- Advise on the Teaching and Examination Regulations for the bachelor (OER) and master (TER) programmes.
- Yearly evaluation of the execution of the OER/TER.
Click here for the Annual Report 2017-2018
Sitting from left to right: Annemiek van Boeijen and Gittan Kuiper
Standing from left to right: Gert Pasman, Sijia Bakker-Wu, Ella Jamsin, Annemeike Schermer, Marinka Roest and Manon Borgstijn (Alex Zevenbergen is missing on the picture)
The OKIO members meet every 3 weeks. They are responsible for giving requested and unrequested advice to the Board of Education regarding the quality of education. Each OKIO member (from students and staff) represents one of the four programmes (Bachelor and the three Masters).
We are still looking for a student to represent the master DfI. If you’re interested, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The OKIO can be reached through their secretary: