The study advisor is your first contact point for general questions concerning education, and can help you with your study planning or individual study problems. Especially if you have been incapable of studying for a longer period due to illness or other personal circumstances, it is advisable to contact the study advisor. If necessary, he or she can refer you to the student careers centre, a campus psychologist or student counsellor.
In the Programme Committee (Dutch abbreviation OLC), student members can join the discussion about the quality and structure of education. In addition to the five student members, the committee has five staff members. They provide solicited and unsolicited advice about the curriculum. Based on the educational evaluations they make recommendations to improve the curriculum. Other students can approach the student members of the committee with questions, complaints or comments about the degree programmes.
Bachelor´s or Master's coordinator
A Bachelor's or Master's coordinator is appointed for each Bachelor´s or Master's degree programme.The coordinator is responsible for the educational organisation of the study programme. He or she supervises the coordination between the courses and makes sure that teaching is done correctly. The coordinator is the first contact person for students.
Each educational programme has an Examination Board. This Board makes sure things run smoothly during exams. You can also contact the Examination Board if unusual circumstances occur that fall outside the Education and Examination Regulations. You are advised to meet with the study advisor before contacting to the Examination Board.
The International Mobility Office
The International Mobility Office (IMO) operates as a contact point for students who want to take courses at a university abroad, and for international students and exchange students who are visiting our Faculty. The Nijmegen School of Management has over 180 Erasmus contracts, and more than 50 bilateral agreements with universities outside of Europe. Students can contact the IMO about issues related to internationalization. For incoming students, the International Mobility Office is there to assist them during their stay in Nijmegen.
Faculty complaints committee
The Faculty complaints committee also deals with complaints from students concerning their education and examinations. If you have a complaint, use this question form to contact the committee.
First-year study advice committee
Before the first year's negative study advice becomes definitive, the student concerned will be given an opportunity for a hearing by the First-year study advice committee.
In case of inappropriate behaviour or sexual harassment, you can contact a confidential advisor. They are independent and must abide by the code of confidentiality.
The STIP Desk, located at the first floor of the Elinor Ostrom Building, is intended for all questions about the organisation of education and exams. There are rooms available for working in groups, which can be reserved.
Student Administration Office
The student administration is responsible for the organisation and administration of the courses and exams.