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Course and exam enrolment

Take a look under your faculty or study programme tab for further information. If you have any questions, please contact your education administration office.

All Archaeology students are required to register in uSis for all lectures and tutorials, except for the BA1 students, they will be registered by the Education Office.

To summarise, you are required to register for courses, exams, thesis, and internships.

How to register for a course in uSis

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Registration for lectures and tutorials

You should register for lectures and tutorials in uSis well in time. If you fail to do so, you will be excluded from participation in the course's exam.

  • Registration in uSis starts 100 days before a course's first meeting.
  • You can register until a week after the start of a course, unless the course is full. Register in time, full=full!

Registration periods are different for the BA2 seminars:

  • Series 1 (October-November): registration starts on 27 September 2021, 7:00 hrs.
  • Series 2 (February-March): to be announced
  • Series 3 (April-May): to be announced

After the closing dates it is no longer possible to register via uSis by yourself. If the deadline has passed, you need permission from the Board of Examiners if you still want to be registered for a certain course. If this is your case, please contact the Administration Office.

Registration for (midterm) exams, essays, assignments and retakes

Registration for any type of exam is not required.

The Administration Office will register you for the exams of all the courses for which you have registered. If you have registered for a course but do not intend to take the exam, please notify the Administration Office.

Download the uSis app

Make things easier for yourself and download the uSis app in the app store. The timetable for all your registered courses will appear in the app automatically, which saves you quite some time looking for time schedules.

How to use the app and its many possibilities is described in the manuals for iOs devices or Android devices.

More information about uSis

Do you have a question about uSis? If so, please consult our FAQs or send a mail to the uSis web editors

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