Education and Examination Regulations


  • Harald Hendrix (chair)
  • Sven Dupré
  • Daniel Janssen
  • Chiel Kattenbelt
  • Jesse Mulder
  • Henriëtte de Swart

The Board of Examiners is assisted by the Board's executive secretary, Erna Kamerbeek

Contact information

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

Requests to the Board of Examiners (for approval or exemption) have to be in writing, with the appropriate form. If the forms are not sufficient, you may send a letter to the Board of Examiners. A request or letter can be handed in at the Student Desk Humanities for the attention of the 'Board of Examiners Ancient, Medieval and Renaissance Studies.

For questions to the Board of Examiners -about how to fill in the forms- please contact the Student Desk Humanities. They can help you or refer you to the Board of Examiners or the Board Office if necessary.

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.

Curriculum Committe

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.