Determining examination results

The examination results for Bachelor's exams and the Master Technical Medicine are determined by the Board of Examiners on the first Monday of each month. The student’s degree programme is checked and the student is informed of the result within a week or so. The degree certificate is issued at a later date.

The Board of Examiners also runs a check on the completed Master degree programmes. MSc degree certificates are awarded individually (except for TM).

See the next tab for more information.

You will be nominated for the Bachelor exam or the Technical Medicine Master Degree Audit when you have satisfied the criteria stipulated in the pass-and-fail rules in the Rules & Guidelines of the Board of Examiners (RGBE).

Once every month, the Student Programme Administration (SPA) checks if there are students who are eligible to be nominated. They inform those students via e-mail. If they do not receive a response, the student will automatically be nominated for graduation in the next exam result session. A student can also apply pro-actively. Please refer to the next tab and Articles 9 and 31 of the RGBE for more information.

For Bachelor's exams and TM: applications must be sent to at least 20 working days prior to the first Monday of each month. 
The Bachelor’s applicationform can be found here. The TM form can be found here.

For the other Master's exams: see the procedure for MSc Programmes & Graduation ME.