Course registration

Register for courses via OSIRIS. You can use the CoursePlanner to carefully plan your courses and generate a personal timetable.

Please note:

  • You cannot choose two courses in the same time slot, unless you have received explicit permission from your study advisor.
  • You can only register for courses during the registration period of a block.

Be aware that most faculties use a semester registration! You must then register in June for periods 1 and 2, and in October for periods 3 and 4. The dates may differ slightly per faculty, so always check the web information of the relevant faculty!

Course registration 2024-2025

For period 1
  • Course registration: 3 until 21 June 2024
  • Late registration: 19 and 20 August 2024
  • Start courses: 2 September 2024
For period 2
  • Course registration: 16 until 27 September 2024
  • Late registration: 21 and 22 October 2024
  • Start courses: 11 November 2024
For period 3
  • Course registration: 4 until 22 November 2024
  • Late registration: 20 and 21 January 2025
  • Start courses: 3 February 2025
For period 4
  • Course registration: 27 January until 7 February 2025
  • Late registration: 31 March and 1 April 2025
  • Start courses: 22 April 2025

The course registration opens at 9:00 hours (this was previously 0:00 hours).

Please note: registration deadlines for minors may differ from the regular registration periods for courses.

De-register for courses

If you have registered for a course that you do not want to take after further consideration, please unsubscribe as soon as possible so a place becomes available for a fellow student. You deregister via OSIRIS. You can deregister at the latest during the regular registration periods. After the last date of the registration period and before the start of the course, you can contact Student Affairs about this. It is no longer possible to deregister after the start of the course. If you decide to stop after the start of the course, a 'ND' (not participated) will appear in your file, this has NO effect on the judicium (cum laude).