COURSE AND EXAM REGISTRATION
BOARD OF EXAMINERS
Where can I find information about my choices in my academic career, for IRO and onwards?
For all students in the programme, these are the options for you to find answers to your questions related to study planning:
- Brightspace Page “Academic Career Support IRO”
- Plenary Information Sessions - Throughout the academic year, , you will be invited for a plenary information/Academic Career Support session during which IRO peers share their experience and you can ask question about study planning, progress, reduced workload or more challenges.
- IRO Newsletter online (umail) An online newsletter will be sent out after each session to share links, dates and important information.
- One-on-One meeting (either online or on campus) with your study adviser to discuss your personal situation or specific questions that cannot be answered by the options 1-3
Online Information sessions IRO Year 1:
IROrientation – first plenary meeting (predominantly on campus in The Hague) before classes start: Monday 30 August 2021, 14:00 – 18:00 in Wijnhaven building. More details will be shared with you in an online newsletter.
Block 1 Information Session: The do’s and don’ts in IRO – Monday, 20 September 2021 13:15-14.15 online
Block 2 Information session: Keeping up in the first semester - Monday 15 November 2021 15:15 - 17:00 online
Block 3 Information session: Making choices for your IRO future - Monday 21 February 2022 15:15 - 17:00 – AVB 02.21
Block 4 Information session: Reflect and flash forward - Monday 25 April 2022 15:15 - 17:00 – Rm AVB 02.21
Online Information sessions IRO Year 2:
Block 1 Welcome Back (online) Monday 13 September 2021 13:15 online
Block 2 Making choices for your IRO Future Monday 1 November 2021: 15.15 (online) – Elective Space – Study Abroad
Block 3: Monday 14 February 2022 : 17.15 Valentine’s day session – your love for IRO Year 3 (on campus)
Block 4: Monday 11 April 2022: 17.15 BAP Choices, Bachelor Seminar and Minors (on campus)
Please note that dates can be subject to change – you will be informed in time before every session about the final schedule.
COURSE & EXAM REGISTRATION
Both first year students and students re-sitting courses from last year will be registered for all courses and work groups in semester 1 by the Student Services Centre (SSC – firstname.lastname@example.org). As of semester 2 (block 3 & 4), first year students can register themselves via uSis.
Second and third year students register for classes themselves in both semesters in Usis. You can find the dates below.
In the week before your classes start, you can find your class schedule (lectures and workgroups) in Usis or in My Timetable. If you need to retake previous courses, your schedule will be taken into account. Once registered, changing to other work groups is not possible.
Block 1: Thursday 15 July 2021, 13.00h – until 5 days before the 1st class session
Block 2: Thursday 15 July 2021, 13.00h - until 5 days before the 1st class session
Block 3: Wednesday 15 December 2021, 13.00h - until 5 days before the 1st class session
Block 4: Wednesday 15 December 2021, 13.00h - until 5 days before the 1st class session
For transition regulations, please check the Course and Examination Regulations OER
You can find additional course information and materials (textbooks, articles) in the Prospectus as well as in the Brightspace page of the course. Your instructor will communicate with you in Brightspace via your umail account. Make sure you have access to this account before your classes start.
Plagiarism is a violation of academic integrity that can have serious consequences for the perpetrator. To prevent plagiarism, all your written work is checked via Turnitin. Turnitin is an external tool that has been integrated in Brightspace to assess assignments/papers/etc. and to check for plagiarism. Turnitin provides instructors with the tools to provide specific personalized feedback and check similarity to other papers, bibliographic and online sources and grade assignments.
Note that some elements in the IRO programme require completion of specific courses (Study Abroad, Bachelor Project, Bachelor Seminar in Year 3) or a minimum GPA (Study Abroad, continuation with a Master programme) You can find information about prerequisites in the Education & Examination Regulations (OER) or contact your study adviser for further information (email@example.com)
BOARD OF EXAMINERS
The role of the Board of Examiners is to ensure that study programmes adhere to their Course and Examination Regulations. The Board of Examiners oversees all tests and examinations within the institute and determines whether students have acquired the knowledge and skills required for the awarding of their degree. As a Bachelor student, you will need to request approval for non-Political Science Institute elements in your programme such as your electives, Study Abroad courses, research internship and a minor at different university. If you are planning on taking electives next to your IRO courses you should always contact your Study Adviser to discuss study planning. If you want to have a short overview of for specific situations you would need to seek their
advice, please take a look at their FAQ
The Board of Examiners can be reached via: firstname.lastname@example.org