Student Information Point Faculty of Arts (STIP)
The Student Information Point Faculty of Arts (STIP) is the central contact point for all study-related questions posed by students at the Faculty of Arts. You can contact the student information desk, the International Office or Career Service, all of which are located on the seventh floor of the Erasmus building, from Monday through Friday.
For Radboud University the programme is being coordinated by Dr. Nelleke Oostdijk (email@example.com). For Tilburg University the coordinator is Dr. Martijn Goudbeek (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The programme committee consists of 4 members of staff and 4 student members.
Staff members serving on the programme committee 2020-2021 are
Prof. A.M. Backus (TiU)
Prof. O.A. Crasborn
Dr. N. Cohn (TiU)
Dr. M. B. P. Starren (RU)
P.O. Box 9103
P.O. Box 90153
+31 24 361 2832
+31 13 466 80 00
Ms. Cecilia Stutvoet
Ms. Susanne Warmerdam, MSc
You can contact the RU secretariat for the following matters:
- any questions about the admission requirements and application procedure;
- registration problems in Osiris or Brightspace
- questions about the programme, schedule and courses in general
Please note: questions relating to admission, course registration etc. relating to Tilburg University should be addressed to the secretariat in Tilburg.
For questions about Studielink and the Student Portal, please contact the Students Affairs Office (Houtlaan 4: email@example.com).
Each student in the research master is paired off with a tutor, a senior researcher/principal investigator active in the chosen specialization area. The role of the tutor is to put the student wise in the research environment. The tutor helps the student find his/her way by suggesting relevant courses and seminars, providing information on ongoing research projects, and bringing the student into contact with the right people.
The study advisor can help students with information on the content and the format of the study programme, and study options such as elective courses and lab rotations. The advisor can advise students on the planning of their individual study programme and on what steps to take in case they want to put matters to the Examination board.
The examination board monitors the quality of the interim and final examinations. You can also contact the examination board if there are special circumstances that are not foreseen by the Education and Examination Regulations. In addition, the examination board evaluates requests for admission to the programme and grants permission for including particular courses in the study programme of individual students. It is advisable that you first contact your tutor and/or study advisor before making an appeal to the examination board.
The examination board can be contacted through here.
Contact Career Service Arts for information about career orientation.
Studying abroad has many advantages: it improves your language skills, it increases your independence and it broadens your career prospects. You can choose to take classes, conduct research or follow an internship at a foreign institute of higher education. Several grants are available for both current students and recent graduates.
To make sure your stay abroad fits within your programme planning and structure, we recommend making an appointment with the study advisor.