On this page you can find all the information that you need in order to study successfully. Read more about using apps for students and digital learning environments, viewing your grades, timetable or study programme, registering for courses and exams, and ordering study books.

  • Apps for students

    Radboud University offers several apps for students. Here you can find more information about these apps and how to download them.

  • Brightspace

    Brightspace is Radboud University’s digital learning environment; it contains your course information, documents, and online lectures. You can also submit assignments. Read how Brightspace works and where to ask your questions.

  • Viewing your grades

    You can find your grades and study progress in the Osiris system. Read how Osiris works and where to go with questions.

  • Re-enrolment

    Are you continuing your studies in the coming academic year? Then you need to re-enrol for your study programme. For the academic year 2022 - 2023, this is possible from 15 june 2022. Follow these steps.

  • Course and examination registration

    In OSIRIS you can register for courses and exams, but also your study progress is kept up to date. This way you can immediately see how many course credits you have and what you still need to do.

  • Add your personal schedule

    You can add your own study programme or courses to your timetable. Click here to find out how this can be done.

  • Viewing your timetable

    Your timetable shows you where and when your classes and examinations will be held. Read how your timetable works, where to view it, and where to go with questions.

  • Student portal

    The student portal is your personal learning environment at Radboud University. The Radboud student portal contains an overview of your email, timetable, contact info, grades and news items as well as a link to Brightspace.

  • Ordering study books

    In your study guide or on Brightspace you can find which books, readers, and other course material you need to follow your courses. On the page 'ordering study books' you can read how this works.

  • Viewing your course guide

    The course guide contains the courses for your study programme and provides an overview of the courses for each academic year and semester.