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Questions and remarks
Do you have any questions or remarks about education or the faculty? We are here for you! Below is explained who to contact for these matters. Furthermore, here you can find the regulation of the co-determination within the studies and the Nijmegen School of Management.
- Commissioner Internal and Educational Affairs
The Commissioner Internal and Educational Affairs at Synergy represents the interests of the students of the Business Administration department. The commissioner acts as the first contact person in case there are complaints about education in Business Administration. Do you have questions about for example summaries, tutoring, ordering books or readers, the facilities or contact information? Please send an email to our Commissioner Internal and Educational Affairs or you can come by at the Synergy office (EOS 00.180).
- Study advisors
The study advisors are the first to contact for study guidance. If you have questions about your own study progress or want to discuss problems (both study-related and personal), you can contact these advisors. You can find their contact information of your study advisor here.
- Programme committee (Dutch abbreviation: OLC)
Each field of study has its own programme committee. This committee monitors the quality of the program and consists of students, teachers and study advisors. The main tasks are the evaluation of education and giving an opinion on the annual adoption of the Education and Examination Regulations (EER). So if you have any questions or remarks about your educational programme, please contact the programme committee. More information can be found here.
- Examination Board
The Examination Board consists of educational staff members. The board monitors compliance with the Education and Examination Regulations and handles all written requests from students concerning (among other things) exemptions, extra examination possibilities, alternative means of testing, and complaints about tests and test results. As a student, you can also report to the Examination Board if extraordinary circumstances occur which are not regulated in the Teaching and Examination Regulations. You are advised to meet with the study advisors before appealing to the Examination Board.
If you disagree with a written decision of the Examination Board or the examiner then you may appeal to the Examination Appeals Board, for example for decisions regarding a binding study advice, exemptions and assessments of (preliminary) exams. Also if the Examination Board or the Examiner refuses to take a decision regarding the abovementioned subjects you are able to appeal. More information can be found on the Dutch and English website of the Radboud University.
- Faculty Student Council (Dutch abbreviation: FSR)
The faculty student council evaluates the plans of the Nijmegen School of Management as an elected body and meets monthly with, among other things, the Dean, teachers and staff within the faculty. You can contact FSR for question and complaint about the faculty's policy. You can email to email@example.com, for more information click here.
The student assessor acts as a contact person within the faculty and has a lot of contact with various departments within the faculty. The student assessor fulfils a radar function within the faculty, so if you have questions that mainly concern the faculty or about the general developments within the university, you can email the assessor (firstname.lastname@example.org). You can click here for more information.