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1 Education and Examination Regulations Master s Degree Programmes * Legal Research * Multidisciplinary Economics * Research in Public Administration and Organizational Science

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION 1 GENERAL PROVISIONS 4 Art. 1.1 Applicability of the Regulations 4 Art. 1.2 Definition of Terms 4 SECTION 2 ADMISSION Legal Research 6 Art. 2.1 L Admission requirements to the programme 6 Art. 2.2 L English language 6 Art. 2.3 L Admission procedure 7 Art. 2.4 L Conditional admission 7 Multidisciplinary Economics 7 Art 2.1 E - Admission requirements to the programme 7 Art. 2.2 E Admission procedure 8 Art. 2.3 E Hardshipclause admission 8 Art. 2.4 E Enrollment restriction 8 Research in Public Administration and Organizational 9 Science Art. 2.1 G - Admission requirements to the programme 9 Art. 2.2 G Minor 9 Art. 2.3 G Admission procedure 9 Art. 2.4 G Hardshipclause admission 10 Art. 2.5 G Enrolment restriction 11 SECTION 3 CONTENTS AND STRUCTURE OF THE PROGRAMME 12 Legal Research 12 Art. 3.1 L Aim of the degree programme 12 Art. 3.2 L Mode of attendance 13 Art. 3.3 L Language of instruction 13 Art. 3.4 L Study load 13 Art. 3.5 L Study programme; starting times 13 Art. 3.6 L Composition of the programme 13 Art. 3.7 L Components completed elsewhere 14 Multidisciplinary Economics 14 Art. 3.1 E Aim of the study programme 14 Art. 3.2 E Attendance mode 16 Art. 3.3 E Language of instruction 16 Art. 3.4 E Study load 16 Art. 3.5 E Study programme; starting times 16 Art. 3.6 E Composition of the study programmes 16 Art. 3.7 E Components taken elsewhere 16 Research in Public Administration and Organizational Science 17 Art. 3.1 G - Aim of the programme 17 Art. 3.2 G Attendance mode 17 art. 3.3 G Language of Instruction 17 Art. 3.4 G Study load 17 Art. 3.5 G Study Programme; starting times 17 Art. 3.6 G Composition of the programme 17 Art. 3.7 G - Components of the programme 18 SECTION 4 EDUCATION 19 Art. 4.1 Course 19 Art. 4.2 Course registration 19 Art. 4.3 Attendance obligation and best efforts obligation 19 SECTION 5 TESTING 20 Art. 5.1 General 20 Art. 5.2 Board of examiners 20 Art Assessment of the research assignment or traineeship 20 2

3 Art. 5.4 Marks 20 Art. 5.5 Make-up: additional or substitute test 20 Art. 5.6 Types of tests 22 Art. 5.7 Oral Tests 22 Art. 5.8 Provision for testing in special cases 22 Art. 5.9 Time limit for marking tests 22 Art Period of validity 23 Art Right of inspection 23 Art Storage time tests 23 Art Exemption 24 Art Fraud 24 SECTION 6 - EXAMINATION 26 Art. 6.1 Examination 26 Art. 6.2 The distinction Cum Laude 26 Art. 6.3 Degree 27 Art. 6.4 Certificate 27 Art Grade Point Average (GPA) 27 SECTION 7 STUDY PROGRESS AND STUDENT COUNSELLING 28 Art. 7.1 Study progress administration 28 Art. 7.2 Student counselling 28 Art. 7.3 Disability 28 SECTION 8 TRANSITIONAL AND CONCLUDING PROVISIONS 29 Art Safety net scheme 29 Art. 8.2 Amendment 29 Art. 8.3 Publication 29 Art. 8.4 Effective date 29 3

4 The Education and Examination Regulations contain, on the one hand, the rights and duties specific to the Programme for students, and on the other hand, the rights and duties specific to the Programme for the University. The general Utrecht University Students Charter contains the rights and duties that apply to all students. These regulations were adopted by the dean of the Faculty Law, Economics and Governance (REBO) with the approval of the Faculty Council on 6 June SECTION 1 GENERAL PROVISIONS Art. 1.1 Applicability of the regulations These Regulations apply to the academic year and apply to the education, testing and examination of the Research master degree programmes provided by the Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance: Legal Research Multidisciplinary Economics Research in Public Administration and Organizational Science hereinafter referred to as: the Programme and to all students who are registered for the Programme. These Regulations apply to the students of cohort The Programme Legal Research is provided by the Utrecht University School of Law. The Programme Multidisciplinary Economics is provided by the Utrecht University School of Economics. The Programme Research in Public Administration and Organizational Science is taught at the following educational institutions *): o The Utrecht School of Governance (USBO), o The Tilburg School of Politics and Public Administration, Faculty of Law, Tilburg University o The Department of Public Administration, Faculty of Social Sciences, Erasmus University Rotterdam. Art. 1.2 Definition of terms In these Regulations the following terms mean: 1. The Act: the Higher Education and Research Act of the Netherlands [Wet op het hoger onderwijs en wetenschappelijk onderzoek]; 2. Student: anyone who is registered at the university to take courses and/or to sit interim examinations and the examinations of the Programme; 3. credit: unit expressed in ECTS, whereby one credit is equal to 28 hours of study; 4. Language code of conduct: the rules of conduct relating to academic programmes and examinations in languages other than Dutch, determined by the Executive Board on the basis of Section 7(2)(c) of the Higher Education and Research Act (Wet op het Hoger onderwijs en Wetenschappelijk onderzoek); 5. The Study Programme: the Master s Degree Programme referred to in art. 1.1 of these Regulations; 6. Programme: a coherent whole of units of study within a study programme, as described in art. 3.6 of these regulations; 7. Component: a unit of study (course) of the study programme, included in the University Course Catalogue; 8. Course: a unit of study or component including both education and testing; 9. Test: interim examination as referred to in art of the Act; 10. Examination: the final Master s examination of the Programme which is awarded if all the obligations of the entire Programme have been fulfilled; 11. Board of Examiners: the Board of Examiners for the Master's degree programme a) Legal Research: the Board of Examiners for the Master s degree programs of the Utrecht University School of Law; b) Multidisciplinary Economics: the Board of Examiners for the Master s degree programme of the Department of Economics; c) Research in Public Administration and Organizational Science: the Board of Examiners for the Master s degree programme of the Department of Governance. 4

5 12. Educational Facilities Contract: the contract concluded by the Director of Education (or another officer on behalf of the educational institution) and a disabled student. It lays down the necessary and reasonable facilities the student is entitled to; 13. University Course Catalogue; het onder verantwoordelijkheid van het college van bestuur gehouden register van de binnen de universiteit verzorgde cursussen 14. International Diploma Supplement: the annex accompanying the Master s Degree Certificate. It includes an explanation of the nature and contents of the Programme (also in international context). The remaining terms have the meanings ascribed to them by the Act. 5

6 SECTION 2 ADMISSION Legal Research Art. 2.1 L Admission requirements for the programme 1. The following individuals can be admitted to the degree programme: those who hold a Dutch or foreign Bachelor's degree or higher education (doctoraal) degree in the field of law, and who demonstrate the following knowledge, insight and skills: a. has knowledge and an understanding of the fundamentals, basic principles, system, coherence and the development of law, as well as legal methods; b. have knowledge of and insight into the core areas of law, namely: private law, criminal law, constitutional and administrative law and international and European law; c. has knowledge and an understanding of the international and national social context within which the law operates; d. is able to gather existing academic knowledge, evaluate its value and familiarize himself/herself with it, regardless of whether this knowledge is in the Dutch or English language; e. can analyse regulations and apply them in specific cases, solve legal cases and analyse and apply case law; f. can build up legal arguments and form a legal opinion; g. can carry out academic research, and for this purpose formulate a problem and prepare a research project; h. is able to give sufficiently clear presentations, both orally and in writing and is able to communicate in English about his/her subject matter; i. is able to make a critical analysis and assessment of another person's written or oral argument; j. can critically reflect upon his/her own actions; k. is able to put across knowledge, ideas and solutions to a wider public comprising specialists and non-specialists; l. has an attitude focusing on his/her academic professional practice and lifelong learning. 2. Holders of a Bachelor's degree with a major in Law awarded by Utrecht University or a Bachelor's degree from one of the sister law faculties in the Kingdom of the Netherlands are deemed to possess the knowledge, insight and skills referred to in paragraph 1, and may be admitted to the degree programme on that basis, provided their average mark for courses during the degree programme is at least 7. The programme is open to students holding a Bachelor's degree with at least 6 law courses worth 45 credits (ECTS), awarded by University College Utrecht or Roosevelt Academy. When the candidate enrolls, he or she must enclose a motivation letter in which the candidate indicates his or her motivation to take the Master's degree programme. An admission interview may be part of the selection procedure. 3. In case of a deficiency in the previous education, the Admissions Committee of the Master's degree programme concerned may decide that this Bachelor s course must be taken as part of the Master's degree programme. A deficiency can exist only if the Bachelor's examination in Law has been passed but one course is lacking that counts as a requirement for admission to the Master's programme. Art. 2.2 L English language 1. Students will only be allowed to register for the degree programme after they have met the requirement of sufficient command of the English language. Deficiencies in previous education can be remedied before the start of the degree programme by successfully completing one of the following tests: - IELTS (International English Language Testing System), academic module. The minimum required IELTS score (overall band) is 7.0, including at least a 6.5 for the 'writing' component, or - TOEFL (Test Of English as a Foreign Language). The minimum required TOEFL score (internet-based test) is 100 with a minimum of 23 for the 'writing' component, or - Cambridge EFL (English as a Foreign Language) Examinations, including one of the following certificates: - Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English, with B being the minimum score, or - Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English, with C being the minimum score. 6

7 2. The holder of a university Bachelor s Degree with a curriculum in English awarded in the Netherlands fulfills the requirement of sufficient command of the English language. Art. 2.3 L Admission procedure 1. The Admissions Committees of the degree programmes are in charge of admission to the degree programmes. A committee consists of two members, appointed from among the academic staff charged with teaching the degree programme, one of whom is the Admissions Committee's chairperson. 2. A member of the school staff will be appointed as an advisory member, who is also secretary. 3. The Dean appoints the members. 4. For the purpose of admission to the Legal Research degree programme the Admissions Committee will examine the candidate's knowledge, insight and skills. In addition to written proof of the degree programme(s) taken, the Committee may have specific knowledge, insight and skills examined by experts within or outside the university. 5. For the purpose of admission to the degree programme, the Admissions Committee will examine whether the candidate meets the conditions stipulated in Section 2 of these Regulations or will meet them in time. In its examination, the Committee will consider the candidate's motivation and ambition regarding the programme in question, as well as the candidate's knowledge of the language in which the programme is taught. 6. The admission test will take place once a year. The deadline for submitting an admission request can be found on via 7. An application for admission to the degree programme must be submitted to the Admissions Committee. When the candidate enrolls, he or she must enclose a motivation letter in which the candidate indicates his or her motivation to take the Master's degree programme. An admission interview may be part of the selection procedure. In special cases the Admissions Committee will handle applications submitted after the deadline. 8. The Admissions Committee will decide on the request within 4 weeks of the expiry of the period in which an admission request may be submitted. Admission will be granted on condition that the candidate will meet the requirements for knowledge and skills referred to in Section 2 no later than on the start date of the degree programme, as evidenced by certificates of the study programmes completed by the student. 9. The candidate will receive written proof of the decision by which he or she is admitted to the degree programme, also informing the student of the possibility of appeal with the Examination Appeals Board. Art. 2.4 L Conditional admission 1. At the request of a candidate who is preparing for the final examination of the Bachelor's degree programme referred to in art. 2.1, paragraph 1, the Admissions Committee may grant him or her conditional admission to the programme, provided: a. he or she has passed the required components of the major; and b. he or she only has to pass other components of the Bachelor's programme with an aggregate study load of not more than 30 credits (ECTS). 2. Conditional admission must be converted into definite admission before the start of the degree programme. Multidisciplinary Economics Art 2.1 E - Admission requirements to the programme A Bachelor s Degree (or comparable) in a relevant field with an average grade of at least 7.75 on a ten point scale; For students with a Bachelor s Degree awarded outside the Netherlands: a minimum score of 80% in the quantitative part of the GRE General test (Princeton Graduate Record Exam). In case of doubt, the GRE test can be required. The holder of a university Bachelor s Degree awarded in the Netherlands fulfills the requirement of the GRE General Test. The student s knowledge of quantitative methods obtained in the Bachelor s programme will be considered Registration for the programme is possible only after it has been demonstrated that the requirement of adequate command of the English language is fulfilled. Deficiencies in previous education in English can be made up before the start of the study programme by sitting one of the following test: A score of at least 100 on the internet based TOEFL test 7

8 (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or a minimum score of 7 on the IELTS (International English Language Testing System). The holder of a university Bachelor s Degree awarded in the Netherlands fulfills the requirement of sufficient command of the English language. Art. 2.2 E Admission procedure 1. Admission decisions are made by the programme s admissions committee. 2. In order to determine eligibility for admission to the programme, as referred to in art. 2.1, the admissions committee will carefully consider and evaluate the knowledge, insights and skills of the applicant. The committee may request experts within or outside the university to assess the applicant s knowledge, insights and skills in particular areas, in addition to a review of written documents of qualifications gained. 3. In order to determine eligibility for admission to a study programme within the programme, the admissions committee will check if the applicant fulfils or will fulfil the requirements referred to in art. 2.1 before the established deadline date. In its evaluation the committee will consider the applicant s motivation and ambition with respect to the study programme in question, as well as the applicant s command of the language in which the programme is given. 4. The admission review is administrated once a year. 5. A request to be admitted to the degree programme must be submitted before 1 April for students who completed their previous education outside the Netherlands and 1 June for students who have Dutch qualifications. In special cases, the admissions committee may handle a request submitted after these closing dates. 6. The admissions committee will make an admission decision within two months after the admission deadline. Admission will be granted on the condition that by the starting date of the study programme the applicant will have satisfied the knowledge and skills requirements referred to in art. 2.1, as evidenced by qualifications obtained. 7. The applicant will receive written notification that he/she has been admitted to the degree programme and a particular study programme. The possibility to appeal to the Examinations Appeals Board is pointed out in this notification. Art. 2.3 E Hardship clause admission 1. In special cases, at the candidate s request, the admissions committee may admit a candidate who is preparing for the final examination of the Bachelor s Degree Programme Economie en bedrijfseconomie / Economics and Business Economics of USE, second paragraph to the study programme for a half year if: - he or she has passed the required components of the major and, for the rest of the Bachelor s Degree Programme, only has to pass components with an aggregate credit load of 15 credits at most, and - there is a justified expectation that he or she will complete the Bachelor s Degree Programme in a very short time, but within six months at most, from the time the student has been provisionally admitted to the Master s Degree programme, and - as a result of force majeure, he or she has not been able to move on, and a disproportionate delay in studies would occur if he or she is not able to start the Master s Degree Programme in the meantime. 2. After passing the final examination of the Bachelor s Degree Programme referred to in art. 2.1, second paragraph, admission for a half year will be converted into definitive admission. 3. If the student does not pass the final examination of the Bachelor s Degree Programme referred to in art. 2.1, within 6 months of the start of the Master s Degree Programme, he or she will be excluded from further participation in the Master s Degree Programme until the Bachelor s examination has been passed. Art. 2.4 E Enrollment restriction 1. The maximum number of students who will be admitted to the degree programme and the separate study programmes is: The admissions committee will rank the requests submitted according to the knowledge and skills of the applicants. 3. The admissions committee will admit applicants on the basis of the rank order it has established. 8

9 Research in Public Administration and Organizational Science 2.1 G - Admission requirements to the programme The following students are permitted to enter the Programme: 1. Students holding a Public Administration and Organizational Science Bachelor s Degree Certificate of Utrecht University, and who completed the course Implementation Specials within this study programme, or students holding a Public Administration Bachelor s Degree Certificate of the University of Tilburg, or students holding a Public Administration Bachelor s Degree Certificate of Erasmus University Rotterdam; 2. Students holding a university Public Administration Bachelor s Degree Certificate, obtained elsewhere in the Netherlands; 3. Public Administration, or an international or Dutch Bachelor s Degree Certificate in related disciplines, at university level, i.e. General Social Sciences, Business Administration, Policy Studies, Communication Sciences, Cultural Anthropology, Organizational Sciences, Personnel Sciences, Social Sciences, Sociology, Political Science; 4. In addition, students holding a university Bachelor s Degree Certificate other than in Public Administration, o should have obtained at least a Minor in Public Administration and Organizational Science (see Art. 3.3) or should have passed courses in a bachelor s study o programme that correspond with it, and should have passed at least a basic introductory course in Research Methods and Techniques, including both the quantitative and qualitative methods of Governance and Public Policy and Organizational Research, as well as practical training in setting up and executing empirical research. 5. Also admissible are candidates holding a one-year international or Dutch Master s Degree Certificate at university level in one of the above mentioned disciplines, subject to the stipulations in Art. 2.2, Subart Candidates holding a university level Bachelor s Degree Certificate from a university in the Netherlands, are expected to have sufficient command of the English language to fully grasp English academic texts. On admission of candidates with previous university education in a country other than the Netherlands, demonstrable command of the English language applies (as described in the university entry requirements). Students holding a Bachelor of Public Administration and Organizational Science Degree Certificate, or a Bachelor of Public Administration Degree Certificate from the University of Tilburg or Erasmus University Rotterdam, are admitted to the Programme with priority. Students holding a Bachelor of Public Administration Degree Certificate obtained elsewhere are given precedence over students holding a Bachelor s Degree Certificate in a related discipline, supplemented with a Minor in Public Administration and Organizational Science (Art. 2.2, Subart.s 3, 4), to fill any available vacancies. Art. 2.2 G - Minor 1. Students who have not completed a Bachelor of Public Administration and Organizational Science or Public Administration, but who do comply with the admission requirements as described in Art. 2.2, Subart.s 4, 5 and 6, are obliged to supplement their previous education with the Public Administration and Organizational Science minor programme before being eligible to enter the Programme. 2. The minor programme comprises four compulsory components with a total study load of 30 credits. 3. The Public Administration and Organizational Science study programme does not offer a preparatory year during which students can prepare for admission to a master s programme. 4. Having passed the minor programme, as referred to in Subart.s 1 and 2 of these Regulations, does not guarantee admission to the Programme. Art. 2.3 G Admission procedure a. Admissions board Admission to the Programme is managed by the Admissions Board of one of the educational institutions. In view of the fact that all students applied for the Public Administration and Organizational Science study programme of Utrecht University, admissions will also be organized in Utrecht. The Admissions Board is formed by: 1. The professor of the Programme, as referred to in Art. 1.1, responsible for education. 9

10 2. The Programme s Manager of Education, as referred to in Art. 1.1, is appointed as advisory member as well as secretary, or a similar member of staff. 3. The appointment is effected by the Dean of the Faculty on the recommendations of the Programme s Board of Directors. b. Admission inquiry: criteria 1. With a view to admission to the Programme, as referred to in Art. 2.2, the Admissions Board make inquiries about the knowledge, insight, and skills of the candidate. In addition to documented proof of the study programme or programmes completed, the Admissions Board can order tests of specific knowledge, insight, and skills to be administered by experts within or outside the university. 2. Furthermore, the Admissions Board determines whether a candidate complies or will comply on time with the admission criteria mentioned in Art In their inquiry the Board takes into consideration the candidate s motivation and ambitions with regards to the Programme, as well as the candidate s knowledge of the English language. 3. After a formal test, administered on the basis of the inquiry mentioned in Art. 2.4 Subart. 2, a selection interview may be conducted as part of the admission procedure. 4. As elaborated on in Art. 2.6, an enrolment restriction is in place for the Programme. This implies that a decision about admission may also depend on the available capacity within the Programme. In the decision-making process concerning admission, also applies, apart from the order of applications as referred to in Art. 2.2, the assessment of students knowledge and skills in the light of the maximum capacity for each master s programme. 5. Besides, the composition of the group within the Programme may also be a criterion for admission. c. Admission inquiry: dates, proof of admission 1. The admission inquiry, as referred to in Art. 2.4, is held once a year with regards to the beginning of the Programme from the beginning of the second semester as stated in the University Calendar. 2. An application for admission to the Programme shall be submitted to the Admissions Board before 1 April for students with a foreign previous education and before 15 April for students with a Dutch previous education. For practical reasons the Admissions Board may, however, decide to move the deadlines backwards. 3. In exceptional cases the Admissions Board may process an application submitted after the closing date as mentioned in Subart For students with a foreign previous education the Admissions Board decides on the application around 15 May, and around 15 June for students with a Dutch previous education. Admission is granted on the precondition that the candidate shall comply with the requirements regarding knowledge and skills as evidenced by the certificates of study programmes completed by the candidate, as referred to in Art. 2.2, no later than the starting date of the Programme. 5. The candidate is issued documentary evidence of the decision to admit, or not to admit, the candidate to the study programme. Art. 2.4 G Hardship clause admission 1. In special cases, at the candidate s request, the admissions committee may Admit a candidate who is preparing for the final examination of the Bachelor s` Degree Programme referred to in art. 2.1, first paragraph to the study programme for a half year if: - he or she has passed the required components of the major and, for the rest of the Bachelor s Degree Programme, only has to pass components with an aggregate credit load of 15 credits at most, and - there is a justified expectation that he or she will complete the Bachelor s Degree Programme in a very short time, but within six months at most, from the time the student has been provisionally admitted to the Master s Degree programme, and - as a result of force majeure, he or she has not been able to move on, and a disproportionate delay in studies would occur if he or she is not able to start the Master s Degree Programme in the meantime. 2. After passing the final examination of the Bachelor s Degree Programme referred to in art. 2.1, first paragraph, admission for a half year will be converted into definitive admission. 3. If the student does not pass the final examination of the Bachelor s Degree Programme referred to in art. 2.1, first paragraph, within 6 months of the start of the Master s Degree 10

11 Programme, he or she will be excluded from further participation in the Master s Degree Programme until the Bachelor s examination has been passed. Art. 2.5 G Enrolment restriction 1. The Public Administration and Organizational Science Research master s programme has an enrolment restriction. This means that in September 2011 at most 25 students can be admitted to the Programme. 2. The Admissions Board ranks the admission requests submitted on the basis of the knowledge and skills of the applicants. 3. The Admissions Board grants the admission requests in accordance with the ranking order determined by them, as referred to in Art

12 SECTION 3 CONTENTS AND STRUCTURE OF THE PROGRAMME Legal Research Art. 3.1 L Aim of the programme 1. The degree programme aims to: obtain specialist knowledge, skills and insight into the field of law and to achieve the exit qualifications referred to in paragraph 2, and prepare for a profession in the field of law, and prepare for a legal research degree. 2. The graduate: 1. has a thorough knowledge and an understanding of the fundamentals, basic principles, system, coherence and development of law as well as legal methods; 2. has in-depth knowledge of the areas covered by the degree programme he or she has chosen; 3. has a thorough knowledge of and insight into the international and national social context in which the area of law covered by the degree programme he or she has chosen operates and is able to take account of this context in analyzing legal problems; 4. is able independently to gather, evaluate and familiarize himself or herself with existing academic knowledge, regardless as to whether the sources of this knowledge are in English, also with a view to his own professional practice; 5. can independently set up and carry out an academically sound research project in the area of law covered by the degree programme or study programme he or she has chosen, and present the result of this research in writing and orally in a clear and properly argued manner; 6. can independently and critically analyse and evaluate another person s written or oral argument, also by comparing the argument against generally accepted knowledge of and insights into the subject concerned; 7. can adopt a well-argued point of view in the ongoing public discussion on the development of law, showing an awareness of the effect and limits of the law and metalegal and international aspects which play a role in the development and enforcement of the law; 8. is capable of clearly and unambiguously communicating knowledge, ideas, solutions, conclusions and their underlying arguments, motivations and considerations to an audience of specialists and non-specialists; 9. possesses the learning skills which will enable him or her to take on follow-up studies of a largely self-directed character. In addition to the general exit qualifications, a graduate in Legal Research: 1. is able to conduct research independently and in collaboration with others that meets highlevel academic requirements; 2. is capable of presenting a study and a research design at an international academic seminar or an international conference independently; 3. is able to report independently on that study at the level of an English academic publication in an international academic journal; 4. has an overview of the fields of the philosophy of science and theory of knowledge relevant to legal research and is able to relate views and points of departure of philosophers of science to legal research in a critical manner; 5. has an overview of comparative law and is able to design, carry out and report on comparative law studies; 6. has an overview of the field of methods and techniques of legal research, can formulate problems and questions and knows how to operationalize this, given the nature of the questions and the subject matter; in addition, he or she can compare the methods of social science research to the methods of legal research and integrate the results of social science research into his or her legal research; 7. can read, speak and write academic legal English, and has mastered at least one other European language; 8. can present a research design and research report to an international academic forum of professional colleagues orally and in writing in an understandable manner; 9. has in-depth knowledge in the fields of one of the research focus areas of the school which are included in the university focus areas; 10. Has been able to expand and deepen his or her knowledge of and insight into the dynamics of law on a high level in an international and European context. 12

13 Art. 3.2 L Attendance mode The programme is a full-time programme. Art. 3.3 L Language of instruction The language of the Master's Degree Programme in Legal Research is English and several of the other required components are taught in English. The other components are taught in English or another language, in consultation between the study programme coordinator and the student. The Language Code of Conduct of Utrecht University applies to degree programmes that are taught in English. Art. 3.4 L Study load The Legal Research degree programme has a study duration of 2 years and a study load of 120 credits (ECTS). Art. 3.5 L Study programmes; starting times The Legal Research Master has one starting time per year, namely September. Art. 3.6 L Composition of the programme 1. The University Course Catalogue describes the contents and form of education of the components of the degree programmes in further detail, stating the prior knowledge required to participate in and pass the component in question. 2. The degree programme comprises the following courses: Required 67.5 ECTS: RGMAAC100 Academic Writing and Presentation Skills * 0 ECTS RGMARE300 Dynamics of Law in European and International 7.5 ECTS Context: Part 1 RGMARE310 Dynamics of Law in European and International 7.5 ECTS Context: Part 2 RGMAWE100 Law as an Academic Discipline, Science and 7.5 ECTS Humanities * RGMAME600 Methodology of Legal Research I: Internal Perspective 7.5 ECTS RGMAME500 Methodology of Legal Research II: External 7.5 ECTS Perspective RGMARE400 Methodology of Legal Research III: Advanced 7.5 ECTS Comparative Law Tutorial RGMALE100 Research Project A 7.5 ECTS RGMALE110 Research Project B 7.5 ECTS RGMALE120 Research Project C 7.5 ECTS RGMAPO200 Portfolio Legal Research 0 ECTS Additional requirement 22.5 ECTS: 22.5 ECTS - three courses chosen in consultation with the tutor and subject to approval by the programme - coordinator in accordance with the professional profile of the study programme of the student concerned Required 30 ECTS: 30 ECTS - RGMASC600 Thesis Legal Research * this component is not of a legal nature See OER master RGL for the professional requirements for the legal profession and judiciary, the so-called 'civiel effect' statement. 13

14 4. After having officially started the programme, at least 90 credits (ECTS) of the total of 120 credits of the degree programme must be earned through components provided by the Utrecht University School of Law, including in any event the Master's thesis. 5. The stipulation in paragraph 3 that at least 90 ECTS must be earned after the degree programme starts will not apply if the credits were earned during another Master's degree programme of the school. 6. No more than one Bachelor course may be part of the Master's examination. This is allowed only if the Admissions Committee of the Master's degree programme in question has indicated that this Bachelor course must be taken in the Master's degree programme because there is a deficiency in the previous education. 7. If the content of components overlaps in full or in part, the Board of Examiners may limit the inclusion of these components for the examination by deducting credits (ECTS) in proportion to the overlap. Art. 3.7 L Components taken elsewhere 1. A maximum of 30 credits (ECTS) from outside the Utrecht University School of Law, may count for the Master's examination. Any additional credits will count as an additional course. 2. Components on Master's level passed outside of the Utrecht University School of Law in the course of the degree programme may only be included in the Master's examination with the prior approval of the Board of Examiners. Exemption for components passed at another institution of higher education prior to the start of the Master's degree programme will only be granted under art Components passed in the context of an exchange programme of Utrecht University with a foreign university will if possible be included in the Master's examination. A summer course can be included if it is also provided by the Utrecht University School of Law and if it has been passed after completion of the Bachelor s degree programme and prior to or during the Master's degree programme. 4. It is possible to include a component passed in the context of an exchange programme of Utrecht University instead of a required or optional component from the Master's degree programme if the following conditions are met: a. the component to be replaced is not a component with Dutch law as its subject, but deals with European law, international law, comparative law or non-legal subjects; b. the content of the replacement component overlaps wholly or largely with the component to be replaced. The examiner of the component to be replaced will assess the degree of content overlap. 5. In the Regulations of the Board of Examiners more detailed rules are set for the inclusion of components from outside the school See OER Master RGL for information on internationalization. Multidisciplinary Economics Art. 3.1 E Aim of the programme 1. The aim of the Research Master in Multidisciplinary Economics is to provide students with the academic knowledge and research skills to become an economist qualified to do state of the art research in economics while recognizing and understanding the relevance of the Institutional, Historical and Spatial dimensions of many of the questions that economists face in both the research and policy arena. 2. The graduate: 1. Being able to think and act within the area where Economics and the combined discipline intersect (Geography, History, Law, Social Sciences) At the end of the Master s phase, the student, among other things, is capable of: - applying discipline-specific economic knowledge and expertise in social, professional and economic contexts; - applying (international) economic theories and models for the testing and / or developing of economic policies of organisations and governmental bodies; - assessing the (international) economic policies, based on the international academic parameters of the discipline; - giving advice concerning economic issues and economic policy, considering the specific institutional, historic and geographical dimensions; - critically appraising an academic argument; - responding to academic critique in a scholarly way; 14

15 - forming opinions based on incomplete information, while accounting for social and ethical responsibilities connected with putting one's own knowledge and views into practice; - making substantiated economic forecasts; - demonstrating the specific academic attitude that one is expected and required to have within the domain of Economics and the combination discipline. 2. Being capable of independently performing domain-specific research with the purpose of generating new knowledge for the further development of the domain of Economics and / or the domain where Economics and the combined discipline intersect. At the end of the Master s phase, the student, among other things, is capable of: - rendering objectives, hypotheses and values of the development of scholarly knowledge within the domain of Economics; - assessing results, arguments and defined problems in a study based on insights acknowledged within the domain of Economics; - being aware of insights into scholarly and technological developments that are important to the domain of Economics; - generating new knowledge through research; - selecting relevant research methods and justifying the choice made; - selecting relevant techniques and methods for analyses and justifying the choices made; - translating research results into societal, professional and economic contexts; - positioning his/her research within (international) economic academia; - translating his/her own research results into advice, accounting for its ethical, normative and societal consequences; - domain-specific research skills; - defending the research results in English. 3. Being capable of solving problems in a broad (multidisciplinary) context from a discipline-specific economic perspective, while considering relevant social, societal and ethical aspects. At the end of the Master s phase, the student, among other things, is capable of: - solving problems according to academic standards within a broad, multidisciplinary context and from an economic perspective; - working with others at the academic level in order to solve a problem (interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary); - testing solutions against social, societal and ethical aspects; - giving advice regarding the social, societal and ethical consequences of solutions. 4. Working with others at an academic level in an interdisciplinary and/or multidisciplinary context and/or within international teams At the end of the Master s phase, the student, among other things, is capable of: - working with fellow scholars within an area that exceeds one s own domain (inter/multi/transdisciplinary); - sharing his/her knowledge and experience within an interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary or international team and applying relevant knowledge and experience shared; - synthesis: combining all team input and restructuring this into a coherent and scholarly sound unity; - generating innovative knowledge with the team. 5. Communicating in English at an academic level. At the end of the Master s phase, the student, among other things, is capable of: - debating with fellow economists and other scholars on (international) economic issues, theories and research, in English; - writing a paper or research report in English; - giving an oral presentation in English of conclusions and the insights and motivations on which these are based to an audience of specialists or nonspecialists. 6. Being capable of autonomous self-development. At the end of the Master s phase, the student, among other things, is capable of: - independently keeping track of (international) academic developments in the area of economics; - independently taking steps within the scope of his/her own development and/or career; 15

16 - evaluating and, if necessary, adjusting his/her own views in terms of their internal consistency; - giving proof of being a responsible and scholarly professional; - assessing his/her own performance based on self-reflection, and taking steps to improve his/her performance; - taking action within the scope of career development. Art. 3.2 E Attendance mode This is a full-time programme. Art. 3.3 E Language of instruction The programme is given in English. This is governed by the Utrecht University Language Code of Conduct. Art. 3.4 E Study load The Research Master Multidisciplinary Economics has a study load of 120 credits. Art. 3.5 E Study programme; starting times The Master s Degree Programme starts once a year: on 1 September. Art. 3.6 E Composition of the programme First year Institutions, Organisations and Behavioural Economics 1 5 Mathematics 5 Econometric Methods 5 Institutions, Organisations and Behavioural Economics 2 5 Advanced Microeconomics 5 Advanced Macroeconomics 5 Multidisciplinary Microeconomic and Game Theory 4 Multidisciplinary Macroeconomics 4 Research Methods of: Social Sciences / Geography / Law / History 7 Multidisciplinary Research Project 10 Experimental Economics 5 Total year 1 60 ECTS Second year ECTS Electives *1 25 Research seminars 5 Thesis 30 Total year 2 60 *Optional courses second year ECTS Advanced Behavioural Economics 5 Applied Macroeconometrics 5 Industrial Organisation 5 Inter-firm Cooperation for Innovation 5 International Money and Finance 5 Labour Economics and Econometric Programme Evaluation 5 Recent Advances in International Trade 5 * Electives that are not mentioned in the list above have to be approved by the programme director before they can be taken. Art. 3.7 E Components taken elsewhere 1. The condition for gaining the degree certificate of the Master s examination of the study programme is that at least half of the study programme is passed in components provided by Utrecht University. 2. Components passed elsewhere during the study programme can only be incorporated in the student s examination programme with prior permission from the board of examiners. 16

17 3. Exemption can be granted for components passed at an institute of higher education prior to the start of the Master s Degree Programme only on the basis of art Research in Public Administration and Organizational Science Art. 3.1 G - Aim of the programme 1.The aim of the Programme is to prepare students for further pursuit of research in the field of Public Administration and Organizational Science, either in the form of a PhD study programme and doctoral research, or in the form of Public Policy research. To this end, students are to acquire knowledge of and insight in the disciplinary and theoretical approaches within Public Administration and Organizational Science (across-the-board), to delve deeply into the theory of a number of Public Administration and Organizational Science themes (in-depth), and to acquire competencies in the areas of both applied and policydirected as well as more academically oriented Public Administration and Organizational Science research. 2.The final qualifications of this Programme can be summarized in the following competencies students should have at their disposal on completion of the Programme: the student can position the object of research in the interrelationship of public administration, organizations and social issues and can interpret it with the aid of relevant, state of the art concepts and disciplines from various relevant disciplines; can reflect critically on the different theoretical perspectives of the object of research and can use this reflection to the benefit of an original and innovative definition of the problem; can make a methodologically sound choice for a research strategy that is appropriate to the definition of the problem and that takes into account fundamental philosophy of science insights about the social construction of knowledge and reality; can write, on the basis of empirically and theoretically founded analyses of the research subject,: a. a mature research proposal that can be executed as doctoral research, or b. a research report rendering account of a commissioned policy study, in which the results of the study are presented and discussed, and policy recommendations made. Art. 3.2 G Attendance mode The two-year study programme is taught full-time. Art. 3.3 G Language of instruction The language of instruction of the Programme is English. Art. 3.4 G Study load The study load of the Programme is 120 credits, whereby one credit equals 28 hours of study. Art. 3.5 G Study programme; starting times The Programme consists of one study programme. The Programme commences once a year in September. It prepares students for a scientific career: (for doctoral positions with scientific institutions in the field of public policy and organizational scientific issues), for research positions with international research institutions either at home or abroad, professional and government institutions, and for research-oriented public policy positions with semi-public government institutions and organizations with a public function. Art. 3.6 G Composition of the programme 1. The Programme comprises compulsory theoretical components with a study load of 24 credits. 2. The programme comprises compulsory components on Research Methods and Techniques, including Philosophy of Science, with a study load of 41 credits. 3. The Programme comprises optional components with a study load of 18 credits. 4. In addition, the Programme comprises a research assignment, including a thesis, of 37 credits 5. The contents and the teaching method of the compulsory components of the Programme are described in more detail in the University Course Catalogue, quoting what prior knowledge is desirable with a view to successfully completing the component in question. 17

18 Art. 3.7 G - The components of the programme The programme consist of the following elements: First year ECTS Core themes and modern classics 1: Public administration 9 Philosophy of science 6 Core themes and modern classics 2: Public management and 9 organization Quantitative Data Analysis 8 Tutorials 6 Survey research 4 Qualitative Data Collection 4 Research and master thesis track A (deel van thesis track) 8 Designing Research in the Social Sciences 6 Second year Social transformations and public governance 6 Qualitative data-analysis 6 Research Seminar: Academic Practice and Research Reporting 3 Optional Course 12 Applied Policy and Research Methods 4 Thesis Track: Research seminar consisting of: - Research and master thesis track A (zie jaar 1) - Research and master thesis track B - Research and master thesis track C ECTS

19 SECTION 4 - EDUCATION Art Course All courses that can be part of the Programme are included in the University Course Catalogue. Art. 4.2 Course registration The registration rules of the respective Schools are applicable. Legal Research Participation in a course is possible only if the student has registered for it in good time. See To take part in the course RGMARE310 Dynamics of Law in European and International Context: Part II students should have completed (have passed the examination) RGMARE300 Dynamics of Law in European and International Context: Part I. Multidisciplinary Economics Participation in a course is possible only if the student has registered for it in good time. See Research in Public Administration and Organizational Science 1. A student who registered for Research in Public Administration and Organizational Science automatically enrols on all compulsory components of the Programme and the accompanying tests. 2. For the optional courses, whereby a student can choose from the courses offered by various educational institutions, the student enrols on the course at the educational institution in question. 3. If a student enrols on an optional course that is not part of the standard offer for the Programme, then the student shall first present his or her choice for the approval of one of the three programme coordinators. 4. If the student completes an optional course that is not part of the standard offer for the Programme and one that was approved by the programme coordinator, this shall be documented, complete with items of evidence: description of the subject, number of credits, results, by the Board of Examiners of the study programme where the student is registered. The Board of Examiners informs the study progress administration that the result of the course in question and the number of credits obtained, can be processed. 5. Should the number of credits for one or more completed optional courses not be equal to the minimum number of credits that need to be obtained within the framework of this Programme, the student is obliged to supplement this with additional credits until the minimum number of credits has been obtained. Art. 4.3 Attendance obligation and best efforts obligation 1. Each student is expected to participate actively in the course for which he or she is registered. 2. Besides the general requirement of active participation in the course, additional requirements for each component are set out in the University Course Catalogue. 3. In the event of qualitative or quantitative inadequate participation, the course coordinator may exclude the student from further participation in the course or part of it. 19

20 SECTION 5 - TESTING Art General 1. During the course the student is tested on academic schooling and whether he/she is attaining sufficient levels of the set learning objectives. The testing of the student will be concluded at the end of the course. 2. Every course comprises -at the latest half-way the course- a moment at which the progress of the student is evaluated. 3. The performance the student is expected to deliver in order to complete the course and the assessment criteria are set out in the University Course Catalogue. 4. The testing procedure is laid down in the Regulations of the Board of Examiners. 5. Except in the event of individual permission from the Board of Examiners, participation in tests is not allowed without registering for the relevant component. art Board of examiners 1. For each academic programme or group of programmes, the dean will set up a Board of Examiners and will put in place sufficient guarantees that this Board will work in an independent and expert manner. 2. The dean will appoint the chair and the members of the Board of Examiners for a period of three years on the basis of their expertise in the field of the programme(s) in question or the field of examining. Re-appointment is possible. Before making this appointment, the dean will consult the members of the Board of Examiners concerned. 3. Persons holding a management position with financial responsibility or (partial) administrative responsibility for a programme of study may not be appointed a as member or chair of the Board of Examiners. This will in any event include: the dean, vicedean; the Director/Head/Manager of a department; a member of a departmental management/administrative team; the Director/Head/Manager of a section ( afdeling at RGL); any member of a management or administration team; a member/chair of the Board of Studies of the Graduate School or the Undergraduate School and the Director of Education and the programme leaders of the degree programmes and studyprogrammes. 4. Membership of the Board of Examiners will terminate upon expiry of the period of appointment. In addition, the dean will discharge the chair and the members from their duties at their request. The chair and the members will also be dismissed by the dean in the event hat they no longer fulfil the requirements stated in paragraphs 2 or 3 of this article. In addition, the dean may dismiss the chair and the members in the event that they fail to perform their statutory duties inadequately. 5. The dean will make the composition of the Board(s) of Examiners known to the students and teaching staff. Art. 5.3 Assessment of the research assignment or traineeship 1. A traineeship or research assignment is assessed by the supervisor in question and, by prior appointment, one or more other internal and/or external experts. 2. The Research Master s thesis is assessed by two lecturers. See for Legal Research: Traineeship Regulations en master Thesis regulations de OER Master RGL. Art Marks Marks are awarded on a scale from 1 to 10. The final assessment of a course is either a pass or fail expressed in marks: 6 or higher, or 5 or lower, respectively. The mark 5 is not provided with decimals. Art. 5.5 Make-up: additional or substitute test Legal Research Art. 5.5 L situation of force majeure, catch-up test 1. Students who, due to a demonstrable situation of force majeure, are not or have not been able to sit one test or subtest at most per course may sit a catch-up test if they have reported the situation of force majeure to the Student Desk Law prior to the test. If it was not possible to do so, the student must report this as soon as possible after the situation of force majeure occurred. After this, these students will no longer be eligible for a make-up test as referred to in art. 5.5 paragraph 4. 20

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