Education and Examination Regulations (EER)

The Education and Examination Regulations (EER) contain the regulations that you will encounter during your education. The EER consists of two parts: the faculty part contains regulations that apply to all programmes of the Humanities faculty, and the programme specific part contains information specific to your programme. The regulations of the Boards of Examiners are an appendix to the EER. They contain the Boards of Examiners' rules and guidelines.

In the faculty part of the EER →
  • Scope and level of programmes
  • Rules on testing and examination
  • Binding study advice
  • General requirements for graduation
  • Requirements for cum laude
  • EER Media, Art and Performance Studies 2023-2024 (pdf)
    • specific rules and regulations of Media, Art and Performance Studies
    • Media and Performance Studies' standard study programme
    • exam requirements you have to meet in order to complete Media, Art and Performance Studies

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Deviating Exam programme

If you wish to deviate from the standard curriculum, you must request approval from Media, Art and Performance Studies’ Board of Examiners.

Questions

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.