Faculty and study programme regulations
At faculty and study programme level there are various regulations in place to ensure that everything runs as it should. For example, there are thesis and faculty regulations, as well as rules and guidelines on assessments, exams, degree classifications and plagiarism.
As a student, the most important regulations you will come across in terms of your education are your study programme's ‘Course and Examination Regulations’ (known as OER in Dutch).
Interested in knowing how the board and the organisation of the university programs of the LUMC work? This information can be found in the Regulation of the Faculty of Medicine (available in Dutch only).
Faculty complaints procedure
Do you have a suggestion, comment or a complaint? There are several points of contact for you. The complaint coordinator of the Faculty of Medicine/LUMC uses the faculty complaints procedure (available in Dutch only). Please send your comments, suggestions, problems or complaints by email to the LUMC Education Service Desk.
Confidentiality and protocols
As a student, you will use the facilities of the LUMC. Studying and working in an Academic Hospital requires that you conform to the in-house rules and regulations.
Since you may see confidential information, it is required to sign a confidentiality agreement to respect the privacy of the patients and protect intellectual property as well as other matters. This agreement will be provided to you on the first day.
Regulations master Vitality and Ageing
Education and examination have to meet certain requirements. They are defined in several regulations.
The Course and Examination Regulations (OER) include an official description of
- the education system,
- the structure of the study programme,
- examinations and final examinations,
- admission requirements and
- study guidance.
You can download the OER from menu on the right and the Rules and Regulations of the Board of Examiners V&A.