Board of Examiners CEG
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Please note: closing of exam registration is six calendar days before the start of the exam (implemented as of 13 October 2020).
The Board of Examiners assesses, in an objective and expert manner, whether a student will acquire the knowledge and skills required for the awarding of their degree. The Board of Examiners is therefore responsible for the quality assurance of all final exams, tests and examinations within the degree programmes.
The Board of Examiners assesses requests and complaints of students concerning the teaching and examination rules and regulations. These rules and regulations can be found here.
Please take a look at the request page if you consider submitting a request to the Board of Examiners. You will find more information about the different requests, what the conditions and general procedures are and how to submit your request.
We suggest you carefully read the TER with annex and the Rules and Guidelines Board of Examiners before you submit your request.
- The Teaching and Examination Regulations with their annexes (TER/OER): this comprises all the rules and regulations for your programme
- The Rules and Guidelines Board of Examiners: this comprises all the regulations of the Board of Examiners for your programme.
Message for CME students
Dear CME students,
As of 1 February 2020, the Faculty of Civil Engineering will have one Board of Examiners for all CEG programmes: Civil Engineering (CE) – Transport Infrastructure & Logistics (TIL) – Applied Earth Sciences (AES) – Construction Management and Engineering (CME). For the CME students, this means that from that date on all individual requests can no longer be directed to the Board of Examiners of CME, but should be addressed to the Board of Examiners CEG, via an electronic form. The form can be found here.
The Board of Examiners’ mail address is: BoardofExaminers-CEG@tudelft.nl. The procedure for the use of the MySP and ISP forms remains unchanged.