Student Statute

What is a student statute and why does it exist? The student statute contains the mutual rights and obligations of TU/e and the student; the law states that there must be a student statute and that it must be made known to the students. The student statute consists of two parts: an institute section (which applies to all of TU/e) and a program section (which differs per program); the program section is part of the digital study guide.

The institute section of the TU/e student statute is primarily based on the Higher Education and Research Act (WHW), but other legislation is mentioned where relevant.

  1. General Conditions
  2. Acces and Admission
  3. Enrollment and related Rights and Obligations
  4. Education
  5. Interim and Final Examinations
  6. Participation of Students in University and Departmental Bodies
  7. Legal Protection
  8. Rules of Conduct
  9. Summary of Regulations