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Schedules

You can find information on your schedule by looking under your faculty or study programme tab.

If you can't find your schedule please contact your Education Administration Office.

Time schedules for the academic year 2020-2021

Please find the course descriptions in the Prospectus.

Lecture timetables 2020-2021

Heritage and Society

First semester

Second semester

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World Archaeology

First semester

Second semester

  • Follows

Exam timetables 2020-2021

The exam timetables are currently being determined. These will be presented on this website soon.

Time schedules for the academic year 2019-2020

Please find the course descriptions in the Prospectus.

Lecture timetables 2019-2020

Heritage and Society

First semester

Second semester

Please note that the secon semeter schedule is no longer applicable due to the coronavirus situation. See Brightspace for up to date information.

World Archaeology

First semester

Second semester

Please note that the current schedule is no longer applicable due to the coronavirus situation. See Brightspace for up to date information.

Exam timetables 2019-2020

Heritage and Society

First semester

Second semester

Please note that the current schedule is no longer applicable due to the coronavirus situation. See Brightspace for up to date information.

World Archaeology

First semester

Second semester

Please note that the current schedule is no longer applicable due to the coronavirus situation. See Brightspace for up to date information.

Learning disabilities

Students with learning disabilities such as dyslexia or autism have the right to take written exams in a separate room. You will also get more time to finish the exam (3 hours instead of 2). This also applies to retakes.

If this is your case, please send an e-mail to Laura van Hoof, (1 week before the exam takes place, at the latest), with a cc to study advisor Else Jonk (BA) or Corijanne Slappendel (MA & RMA). Moreover, you need to inform the study advisor of your situation at the beginning of your studies.

In the e-mail, please state:
- your name 
- studentnumber
- the exams concerned: title, date and time 

Also specify what you need: more time, quiet room, exams in large print, or use of a laptop (the latter is only granted in very specific cases, and has to be requested via the Board of Examiners).

Calling in sick

If you cannot participate in an exam due to illness, please notify the Administration Office in advance, not after the exam has taken place.

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