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Overview of buildings where your lectures and labs mainly are given.

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The contact details of several services:

The Student Information Point (STIP) is the first point of contact for students and interested others. It is the place to go with questions about your (future) degree programme at the Graduate School of Teaching.


Due to the corona virus, the STIP Information desk will be closed for an indefinite period of time. You can still reach us:

  • by email - use the questionnaire to do so.
  • by phone - Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.. Tel: 030 253 4949.

The tutor can help you plan your courses in the programme and monitor your study progress. Especially in the first year, the tutor is available for questions regarding:

  • the contents and level of the Master’s programme
  • study progress (results, difficulties, changes)
  • the options you have and choices you have to make within the Master’s programme
  • exam requirements and curriculum planning

The tutor will invite you twice (October and February) to discuss your study programme and study progress. On request the tutor can help you find the way to the student advisor, student counsellor, etc.

Within the SEC programme, drs. Liesbeth de Bakkerdr. ir. Astrid Bulte, dr. Michiel Doorman, dr. Henri Matimbadr. Gjalt Prinsdr. Elwin Savelsbergh, dr. Roald Verhoeff, and dr. Ralph Meulenbroeks are tutors. You can find your tutor in Osiris

The student advisors of the Graduate School of Teaching are Alice Bor and Corneline van Staalduinen. They can help you with questions about admission and enrolment, exam requirements, complex curriculum planning, exemptions, attending courses at other universities, studying with a handicap or disability, ending your studies and termination of enrolment.

You can also contact them if you have study-related problems, such as lack of motivation, study delay, illness, a conflict with a lecturer or other employee of Utrecht University, or other circumstances that could impede the progress of your studies.


Due to the corona virus, the physical consultation hours are cancelled. You can still reach us:

  • by mail (;
  • by telephone appointment (Monday's from 2:00 to 3:00 pm, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 to 11:00 am, reserve a spot for a 10-minute appointment);
  • during our open telephone hours (Wednesdays from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m., tel. 030-253 723, intended for 10-minute consultations).

Responsibilities and tasks of the Board of Examiners

There is one Board of Examiners for all teacher training courses at Utrecht University, the Board of Examiners of the Graduate School of Teaching.

The responsibilities and tasks of the Board of Examiners are laid down in the Higher Education and Scientific Research Act (Wet op het hoger onderwijs en wetenschappelijk onderzoek).

Composition of the Board of Examiners

  • Prof. Dr R. (Rick) de Graaff (Chair)
  • Prof. Dr A.A.M. (Bart) Besamusca
  • Dr. B. (Bouke) van Gorp
  • Dr. Y. (Yolanda) Grift
  • Prof. Dr W. (Wouter) van Joolingen
  • Dr. J.M. (Jan Marten) Praamsma
  • External member: Henny de Wit

The Board of Examiners is supported by Secretaries to the Board R. (Rianne) den Adel MSc and R. (Renske) Smit MSc.

Submit a request

Requests to the Board of Examiners for (exemptions and approval of courses, etc.) can be sent by e-mail to Please first consult the Requests to the Board of Examiners section on our Academic policies and procedures page to make sure you follow the correct procedure and submit a complete request.

The Board of Examiners will take a decision within six weeks after receiving the complete request.

Certified documents

For some requests certified documents must be submitted. Submit these documents to the FSW Student Information Desk or send them to the following address:

Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences
Student Information Point
Attn. GST Board of Examiners
Padualaan 14
3584 CH Utrecht
The Netherlands


Before submitting a request to the Board of Examiners, you might first want to discuss what the options are within your programme. If you have any questions, please contact your mentor or the study advisor:

If you have questions about graduating, the administrative aspects of the examination process and the graduation ceremonies, please contact the Examinations Office of the Graduate School of Teaching:

The Degree Programme Advisory Committee provides the Board of Studies with both solicited and unsolicited advice regarding the Master's programmes and minor programmes. The Degree Programme Advisory Committee advises with regard to quality, organisation and policy.

The focus is mainly on the annual update of the Education and Examination Regulations (OER) and course assessments. All GST courses are evaluated by a group of lecturers and students based on surveys that are distributed to all participants. The results of those evaluations are public and will be used during the development of a future version of the course.

On the Committee, a total of fourteen lecturers and students represent the various degree programmes within GST (the one- and two-year alpha/beta/gamma Master's and the Minor in Education).

The student members can be reached by mail:


The lecturers who are currently members of the Degree Programme Advisory Committee are:

  • Erwin Mantingh (alfa, chair)
  • Janneke Corvers (alfa)
  • Liesbeth de Bakker (beta)
  • Marjolein Vollebregt (beta)
  • Bjorn Wansink (gamma)
  • Tim Favier (gamma)
  • Niels Nannes (gamma)

The student members for 2019-2020 are:

  • Lise Berghuis (alfa)
  • Raisa van der Knaap (gamma)
  • Heleen Lingers (alfa)
  • Maril de Man (gamma)
  • Olivier Sitvast (alfa)​
  • Vacant (beta)
  • Vacant (beta)

Marijn Smeets (FSW Education and Student Affairs) supports the Degree Programme Advisory Committee as Official Secretary.

Student Services provides information about studying and student life, regarding admission, enrolment, tuition fees, grants, student organisations, career orientation and studying abroad. Contact Student Services.

The Skills Lab is there to help you if you'd like to know more about developing your academic skills or if you encounter any problem during your studies. We try to map out as clearly as possible what's on offer in terms of trainings, workshops, classes, individual guidance and tools. 

The Facilities Service Centre (FSC) is responsible for providing facility services at Utrecht University, such as audiovisual teaching support, catering, room hire, cleaning, waste removal, post and transport, building care and maintenance.

You can use the FSC service request form for all reports relating to facilities.

Contact details
FSC Reporting Centre
Address: Marinus Ruppert Building, Leuvenlaan 19, De Uithof
Tel. +31 (0)30 253 9595
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 8.00 - 16.30
FSC service request form

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