At the start of the academic year, this will still be in the form of a pilot. The pilot is expected to run until the beginning of 2024. During this period, the new working method is still being developed. That is why the number of lecturers who can participate from September 2023 onward is still limited. This means that signing up for the pilot does not always guarantee participation in the pilot starting in September 2023.
Over the course of the academic year 2023-2024, we hope to gradually increase the participation possibilities, so that all lecturers for who participation is fitting can get started. We also expect to make the final decisions about what the new working method looks like in early 2024.
If you want to get started on obtaining your UTQ during the academic year 2023-2024, you must sign up via one of the links below. Participating in the pilots is available at the five participating faculties.
- Faculty of Arts (department MTC)
- Faculty of Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies
- Nijmegen School of Management
- Faculty of Science
- Faculty of Social Sciences
For the next six months, a transitional arrangement will be in place for lecturers who want to finish obtaining their UTQ this academic year via the old working method. If you have already begun compiling your UTQ portfolio and estimate that you can finish your portfolio before September 2023, you are eligible to participate.
The transitional arrangement is only available to lecturers at the faculties participating in the pilot. You can apply until 1 May 2023. If you do not apply, it will be assumed that you will obtain your UTQ via the new working method.