Regulations, codes of conduct and guidelines
The Program and Examination Regulations (PER) contain all the information on education and examination. There is a model PER that applies to everyone. In addition, each program has its own PER, which contain information about the content of a program and the testing within the program. Read more about PER.
The student statute states all rights and obligations of students and the TU/e. The statute consists of two parts, namely a:
- Institutional part that counts for the entire TU/e
- Study program part that differs per study program
At TU/e, we use the Binding Recommendation (BSA). At the end of your freshmen year, you have to have a minimum of study credits in order to continue your studies. The regulations regarding BSA have been adjusted temporarily due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Because of the bachelor-before-master rule, you first have to finish our bachelor’s or transition program before you can register for a TU/e master’s program. At this moment of writing, national discussions are taking place for possibly lifting up this rule for the academic year of 2021-2022. As soon as there’s more clarity, you can read it here.
Within the TU/e, we have recorded a variety of regulations and agreements. These are, for example, agreements on how we treat one another, but also how you could file a complaint or what your rights and obligations are. Documents that are relevant to you as a student can be found on the Regulations and guidelines page.