Examination Board Data Science
Responsibilities of the Examination Board Data Science
The Examination Board is entrusted with the organization and coordination in conducting of examinations. Besides this, the remit of the Examination Board includes the following:
The responsibilities of the Examination Board are installed in the 'Higher Education and Research Act (WHW)', the ‘Program and Examination Regulations for the Joint-Degree Bachelor’s Program in Data Science (OER)’, the ‘Examination Regulations for the Bachelor’s Program in Data Science’, the 'Teaching and Examination Regulations for the Master Program Data Science and Entrepreneurship (OER)', and in the ‘Rules and Guidelines for the Examination Board of the Master’s Program in Data Science and Entrepreneurship’.
Appeal against decisions of the Examination Board Data Science
Bachelor’s Program Data Science
You can lodge an appeal at the Examination Appeals Board (CBE) at TU/e against a decision of the Examination Board or an examiner within six weeks after the date on the decision. Look here for more information about how to lodge an appeal.
Master’s Program Data Science and Entrepreneurship
You can lodge an appeal at the Examination Appeals Board (CBE) at TiU against a decision of the Examination Board or an examiner within six weeks after the date on the decision. Look here for more information about how to lodge an appeal.
How to apply for a course exemption
You can apply for a course exemption if you have successfully completed a comparable course in another Bachelor’s or Master’s program. A request for such exemption must be submitted via the request form to the Examination Board for the joint degree Bachelor’s program Data Science and the Master’s program Data Science and Entrepreneurship of the Eindhoven University of Technology and Tilburg University via firstname.lastname@example.org. Included in this request you must also provide sufficient evidence, such as:
· the results of the course(s) from which the exemption is being sought (transcript of records);
· course description of the passed course(s), including a list of the studied literature.
In our assessment, consideration will be made to the relevance of the subject involved and the time elapsed between the previous test and the current study.
Please be also referred to the Program and Examination Regulations 2017/2018 for the Bachelors’ program (inter alia article 3.11) and the Teaching and Examination Regulations 2017/2018 for the Master’s program (inter alia article 3.15) for the specific conditions and requirements on exemption requests.
Click here to download the request form.
Members Examination Board
Dr. E.F. Kaasschieter
(Department W&I of TU/e)
Prof. dr. ir. J.J. van Wijk
(Department W&I of TU/e),
Dr. N.N. Purtova LL.M
(Department TLS of TiU),
Prof. dr. ir. H.A.M. Daniëls
(Department TiSEM of TiU),
Dr. A.S.A. Bobelyn
(Department IE&IS of TU/e)
D.H. Rip, LLM
The meetings of the Examination Board Data Science in the academic year 2017-2018 will be held on:
Contact with individual members of the Examination Board is not possible.
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