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Board of Examiners

Chair: dr. Ineke van der Zee: ineke.vanderzee@radboudumc.nl

Secretary: Fredie de Vries: Fredie.deVries@radboudumc.nl

In case you disagree with decisions made by coordinators or others that affect your study progress, for example, with respect to study results or admission, then you should first try to settle the issue with reponsible coordinators. Perhaps your specialisation coordinator can help you mediate the conflict. If that is not successful, then you can lodge an appeal to the Board of Examiners. Students can object to the decision of the Board of Examiners by submitting their case to the University’s Examination Appeals Board (‘College van Beroep voor de Examens’).

For information about approval of study components go to the relevant section in this prospectus (Courses, Internships, Literature thesis).

See also the Requirements section in ‘Design your Master’s programme’