Education and Examination Regulations

See the general Humanities website for previous EER's.


The Curriculum Committee is responsible for advising on and anually revising the Education and Examination Regulations. If so requested or of its own accord, they advise the Board of the study programme and the Dean on all educational matters.

Education and Examination Regulations

  • EER Cultural History of Modern Europe 2021-2022 (pdf)
    • specific rules and regulations of Cultural History of Modern Europe
    • standard study programme
    • exam requirements you have to meet in order to complete Cultural History of Modern Europe


Deviating Exam programma

If you wish to deviate from the standard curriculum (as established in the EER), you must request approval from your study programme’s Board of Examiners. If you have accumulated credits before you were registered as a student at Utrecht University, you may be eligible for exemption of some parts of the standard study programme. You can find out how this works under Approval and exemption.


For questions about your Master's programme's exam requirements, check the Education and Examination Regulations carefully. If you would like to discuss the options available within your study programme, you can contact your Programme Coordinator or Study Advisor.

  • Daniël Janssen (chair)
  • Harald Hendrix
  • Annemarie Kalis
  • David Pascoe
  • Remco Raben
  • Stephan Werning

The Board of Examiners is assisted by the Board's official secretary, Noor Blaauw.

Contact information

Board of Examiners
Concerning: <name study programme>
Drift 10