You can now see the courses that will be offered in the 2017/2018 academic year in Osiris’ Course Catalog. You can also use the new PlanApp.
First year students
Use the new PlanApp to plot your personal study plan. The new PlanApp makes this even easier than the old one. Because this PlanApp has been integrated in Osiris, the system knows the compulsory part of your study program. This gives you a starting point: your basic courses and major courses have already been entered. Now it’s up to you to fill your study plan with USE-courses, electives and elective packages. In Osiris’ Course Catalog you will find detailed descriptions of all these courses.
Second year student or higher
Your examination program (former study program) has already been approved. This means you cannot submit a new planning for approval in the new PlanApp. You can check your examination program in the Study Progress Overview in OSIRIS.
You can use the new Planapp to check out the courses that are on offer next year. Tip: make a concept planning in the new PlanApp. In a concept planning you can add your own courses.
Your complete examination program (see your study progress overview) is supposed to show in the PlanApp as well. To achieve this, we will run a conversion during the coming weeks, that will present the courses you followed neatly in the PlanApp. Please note that any changes to the final planning overview will be lost after this conversion. Hence the tip to only create a new concept planning. The concept planning will be saved after the conversion.
When we have rounded up the conversion of your complete examination program to the PlanApp, we will notify you by e-mail.
See an error?
Should you find that your Study Progress Overview (SPO) is not in line with your approved examination program, or if you have any other problems with your SPO then please contact your education administration office, preferably by e-mail. If you want to make a change in your examination program you need to file a change request with your exam committee via your education administration office.