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1 FACULTY OF ARTS TEACHING AND EXAMINATION REGULATIONS (OER) Bachelor s degree programme in Internationale Betrekkingen en Internationale Organisatie for academic year BA-OER IBIO pagina 1

2 Content: 1 General provisions 2 Entry requirements 3 Content and structure of the degree programme 4 The propaedeutic phase of the degree programme 5 Study progress, including the BSA System 6 Admission to the second year of the degree programme, the post-propaedeutic phase 7 The post-propaedeutic phase of the degree programme 8 Other specializations 9 Tests and examinations of the degree programme 10 Final assessment of the degree programme 11 Study progress supervision 12 Transitional and final provisions BA-OER IBIO pagina 2

3 SECTION 1 GENERAL PROVISIONS Article 1.1 Applicability 1. These Regulations for academic year apply to the teaching, examinations and final assessment of the Bachelor s degree programme in International Relations and International Organization, hereinafter referred to as the degree programme. 2. The degree programme is provided by the Faculty of Arts of the University of Groningen, hereinafter referred to as the Faculty. 3. These Teaching and Examination Regulations also apply to students of other degree programmes, faculties or institutes of higher education, insofar as they follow course units in one of the degree programmes (including Minors) offered by the Faculty. 4. Course units or Minors that students of the degree programme as referred to in Article follow in other degree programmes or at other faculties or institutes of higher education are subject to the Teaching and Examination Regulations of that programme, faculty or institute. Article 1.2 Definitions The following definitions apply to these Regulations: a. The Act: the Higher Education and Research Act (WHW: Wet op het Hoger Onderwijs en Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek) b. Student: a person registered at the University for the purpose of taking course units and/or examinations leading to the conferral of a university degree c. Degree programme: the Bachelor s degree programme referred to in Article 1.1 of these Regulations, comprising a coherent set of course units d. Course unit: a syllabus unit or other part of the degree programme within the meaning of Article 7.3 of the Act, included in OCASYS e. OCASYS: the University of Groningen s online course catalogue f. ECTS credit point: a credit point within the meaning of the Act. The student workload of each course unit is expressed in ECTS credit points, whereby 1 ECTS is equivalent to a student workload of 28 hours g. Propaedeutic phase: the first 60 ECTS credit points of the formal Bachelor s degree programme as defined in Article 7.8 of the Act h. Post-propaedeutic phase: that part of the Bachelor s degree programme following the propaedeutic phase i. Study progress overview: a written overview of study results and their ECTS credit points, which is sent to students via j. Preliminary study advice: a written overview of study results, which is issued to students halfway through the first year of study k. Definitive study advice: a study advice issued at the end of the academic year, which can be either negative, provisionally positive or positive, in accordance with Article 7.8b.1 of the Act l. Binding (negative) study advice: a negative study advice that is binding for the student in question and means the student may not continue with the degree programme, in accordance with Article 7.8b.3 of the Act m. Major: all compulsory course units in the propaedeutic and post-propaedeutic phases n. Faculty Minor: a coherent set of course units imparting broadening or deepening knowledge and understanding related to the degree programme, to be followed at the student s own faculty o. University Minor: a coherent set of course units that is not necessarily related to the degree programme, to be followed at another faculty p. Subsidiary: a set of course units compiled by a student him or herself or followed abroad, approved by the Board of Examiners of the student s own degree programme q. Test or examination: a test of the knowledge, understanding and skills of students, including an assessment of the results BA-OER IBIO pagina 3

4 r. Continuous testing: a set of tests of the knowledge, understanding and skills of students, including an assessment of the results, during the teaching period. With continuous testing compensation rules could be applied between the examination parts or subtests. s. Partial examination or subtest: if a course unit comprises several examinations or tests, these are referred to as partial examinations or subtests. All partial examinations or subtests together make up the final mark (which may or may not be a weighted average) t. Assessment plan: a document that sets out the number of ECTS credit points, the mode of assessment, the assessment timetable, weighting and learning outcomes for each course unit u. Syllabus: a document based on the Faculty syllabus model, comprising information about the form, content and organization of an individual course unit v. Final assessment: the final assessment for the Bachelor s degree which is considered to be passed once all the requirements of the entire Bachelor s degree programme have been satisfied w. Academic year: the period of time that starts on 1 September and ends on 31 August of the following year x. Semester: part of the academic year, either starting on 1 September and ending on a date to be determined by the Board of the University, or starting on a date determined by the Board of the University and ending on 31 August y. Practical:a practical exercise, as referred to in Article 7.13 of the Act, in one of the following forms: - a thesis - a written assignment, paper or draft - a research assignment - participation in fieldwork or an excursion - completion of a placement - participation in another educational activity designed to teach certain skills z. Board of Examiners: an independent body with the duties and powers as stated in Articles 7.11, 7.12, 7.12b and 7.12c of the Act, including assessing whether the requirements of the final assessment have been met aa. Admissions Board: the board that has decision-making powers in matters concerning admission to the degree programme on behalf of the Faculty Board bb. VWO diploma: pre-university certificate in accordance with Art of the Secondary Education Act or Art. 7 of the Secondary Education Act BES. All other definitions shall have the meaning that the Act ascribes to them. SECTION 2 ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Article 2.1 Admission to the programme with profile requirement 1. A VWO diploma with the profile Culture and Society (CM: Cultuur en Maatschappij), Economics and Society (EM: Economie en Maatschappij), Nature and Health (NG: Natuur en Gezondheid) or Nature and Technology (NT: Natuur en Techniek) grants admission to the degree programme. 2. Article applies to holders of a certificate as referred to in Article Article 2.2 Equivalent qualifications The Admissions Board may grant admission to the holder of a certificate of competence to follow university education issued by a foreign institute of education in order to follow the propaedeutic phase, notwithstanding the provisions of Article 2.1. The provisions of Article 2.5 apply. BA-OER IBIO pagina 4

5 Article 2.3 Educational deficiencies 1. Deficiencies in educational qualifications in the subjects listed below may be compensated for by passing the relevant examinations at the level of the VWO final examination to the satisfaction of the Admissions Board: not applicable. 2. Under certain circumstances, the Admissions Board can request a university lecturer in the relevant subject to arrange one or more examinations. Article 2.4 Admission to the degree programme with a HBO propaedeutic certificate without a VWO diploma Students with a HBO propaedeutic certificate but without a VWO diploma or other equivalent degree as referred to in Article are admissible to the degree programme. Article 2.5 Language requirement for foreign certificates 1. Students who have been admitted to a degree programme on the basis of a foreign certificate or degree may be asked by the Admissions Board before registration to pass a Dutch or English language test, depending on the language of the chosen degree programme, to be administered by an agency stipulated by the Board. 2. The Dutch language proficiency requirement will be met by passing the state examination in Dutch as a Second Language (NT2). 3. The English language proficiency requirement will be met by passing an examination in English at the level of the VWO final exam or by passing the TOEFL with a score of at least 92 or an IELTS score of 6,5, or by passing the Cambridge Advanced English test or by passing the Cambridge Proficiency in English test, or by passing the University of Groningen Language Centre s English Test. Article 2.6 Entrance examination 1. The Admissions Board is responsible for organizing the entrance examination as referred to in Article 7.29 of the Act (Entrance Examinations). 2. Prospective students aged 21 or older on the date on which the degree programme starts and who do not satisfy the regular requirements may qualify for the entrance examination. An exception to this rule may be made if the student in question has gained a certificate abroad or if the student has the status of refugee and for this reason is unable to present a degree certificate. 3. The entrance examination refers to the following subjects: Dutch, English and History. The provisions of Article 2.5 apply. 4. A successfully completed entrance examination will grant admission to the University of Groningen degree programme for which it was taken for the duration of one academic year after the date of the examination. Article 2.7 Matching activities and degree programme advice 1. Prospective students are required to attend the matching activities, where they will be issued with a degree programme advice. 2. The stipulations in the University of Groningen Regulations for Registration and Tuition Fees (RIC) and the Faculty matching procedure apply. BA-OER IBIO pagina 5

6 SECTION 3 CONTENT AND STRUCTURE OF THE DEGREE PROGRAMME Article 3.1 Aims and learning outcomes of the degree programme 1. The degree programme is designed to: a. impart knowledge, skills and understanding in the field of international relations and international organization, and to enable the learning outcomes listed in Article to be attained b. promote academic development. The criteria set out in the National Qualifications Framework The Netherlands must be satisfied: - Knowledge and understanding - Applying knowledge and understanding - Making judgements - Communication - Learning skills c. prepare students for a further study career. Students become familiar with the theory and practice of academic research from the very start of their Bachelor s degree programme. 2. Learning outcomes of the degree programme: Dublin Descriptors Knowledge and understanding 1. Students have demonstrable knowledge and understanding in a field of study that builds upon their general secondary education, and is typically at a level that, whilst supported by advanced textbooks, includes some aspects that will be informed by knowledge of the forefront of their field of study. Applying knowledge and understanding 2. Students can apply their knowledge and understanding in a manner that indicates a professional approach to their work or vocation, and have competences typically demonstrated through devising and sustaining arguments and solving problems within their field of study. e1 e2 e3a e3b e3c e3d e4 e5 e6a e6b e7 A Bachelor s graduate has demonstrable: knowledge and understanding of the most important classic and contemporary theories, models and approaches in the analysis of international relations knowledge and understanding of key concepts and concept structures in the study of political phenomena, such as politics, the state, society, political systems and power basic knowledge and understanding of the political and diplomatic history of international relations since 1815 and knowledge and understanding of the political, legal and economic aspects of international organization and of international organizations since 1945, as well as of these aspects within the relations between states, international governmental and non-governmental organizations and multinational enterprises knowledge and understanding of the political, legal and economic aspects of European cooperation and integration knowledge and understanding of international law and European law knowledge and understanding of the theories and models of international economics knowledge and understanding of one of the focus areas of the degree programme, such as Global Governance, International Political Economics, European Integration and International Security knowledge of methods of historical, legal, social-scientific and/or national/international economic research. ability to independently formulate a research problem definition and develop it into a research design ability to conduct a small-scale research project under supervision and process the results into an analytical report, and mastery of social-scientific and/or historical research techniques ability to think in a problem-oriented way and to place processes and structures relevant to the problem into a theoretical context BA-OER IBIO pagina 6

7 Making judgements 3. Students have the ability to gather and interpret relevant data (usually within their field of study) to inform judgements that include reflection on relevant social, scientific or ethical issues. Communication 4. Students can communicate information, ideas, problems and solutions to both specialist and non-specialist audiences. Learning skills 5. Students have developed those learning skills that are necessary for them to continue to undertake further study with a high degree of autonomy. e8 e9 e10 e11 e12 e13 e14 e15 e16 e17 mastery of generic academic skills such as logical reasoning, the ability to adduce arguments, the ability to arrange unstructured problems in an academic way ability to apply knowledge, understanding and skills to the systematic and critical evaluation of a wide variety of concepts, ideas and data and to the identification and analysis of complex problems and issues ability to grasp the social implications of opinions and taking moral responsibility for opinions formed and given, while taking into account other cultures and ideas ability to communicate information, ideas and solutions both orally and in writing in at least two of the following languages: Dutch, German, English, French and Spanish or another language taught at the Faculty of Arts, at a minimum level of B2 for German, C1 for English, B2 for French and B1 for Spanish or any other language ability to communicate and discuss their own field of study with others in a reliable and accurate way, for example by providing oral and written feedback on research conducted by fellow students and orally presenting and defending their own research, thereby taking the opinions and feelings of others into consideration ability to effectively negotiate about international political issues ability to acquire and process large amounts of information and knowledge in effective and efficient ways ability to read and comprehend English at a level such that an academic debate in that language can be followed ability to write well-structured, clearly formulated and linguistically correct texts ability to effectively use IT applications Article 3.2 Type of degree programme The degree programme is full time. Article 3.3 Language of instruction 1. The degree programme is taught in English. Article 3.4 Student workload 1. The degree programme has a student workload of 180 ECTS credit points. 2. The propaedeutic phase has a student workload of 60 ECTS credit points. 3. The student workload is expressed in whole ECTS credit points. Article 3.5 Course units completed elsewhere 1. A Bachelor s degree can only be awarded if at least two thirds of the course units of the degree programme were followed at the University of Groningen. BA-OER IBIO pagina 7

8 2. For Double Degree Bachelor s programmes offered together with an institution abroad, at least one third of the programme must have been followed at the University of Groningen. Article 3.6 Contact hours 1. The propaedeutic phase of the degree programme comprises a minimum of 480 contact hours a year. 2. The post-propaedeutic phase of the degree programme comprises a minimum of 360 contact hours a year. 3. The contact hours of the propaedeutic phase are divided as follows: Contact time Number of contact hours per year Lectures/seminars (incl. Minor) 364 Study progress supervision/mentor system/lecturer supervision 31 Exams/assessment incl. postmortem 96 Other regular hours 7 Total 498 Article 3.7 Organization and examinations of the degree programme 1. The following assessments form part of the degree programme: a. The propaedeutic assessment b. The final assessment or Bachelor s assessment 2. The degree programme is divided into a propaedeutic phase and a post-propaedeutic phase. The entire degree programme consists of a Major, a Minor and Electives. Article 3.8 Participation in course units 1. All registered students must specify the course units they wish to follow in ProgRESS WWW before the academic year begins. The period during which students can register is set annually by the Faculty. In principle, students can register for up to 40 ECTS credit points per semester. Exceptions are only possible after discussion with the study advisor of the programme in question. 2. Course unit registration for new students for a predetermined propaedeutic programme will be arranged by the Office for Student Affairs for the first semester. For the second semester, students must register for the course units themselves. 3. The course unit registration forms of new students for a Pre-Master s programme and all other nonregular registrations must be sent in writing to the Office for Student Affairs before 1 September. The Office for Student Affairs will enter the registration into ProgRESS WWW. 4. Admission to course units with limited capacity is arranged according to admission criteria and priority regulations predefined and published by the educational management. Students who are registered for the degree programme will be given priority for the compulsory course units in their Major. BA-OER IBIO pagina 8

9 SECTION 4 THE PROPAEDEUTIC PHASE OF THE DEGREE PROGRAMME Article 4.1 Structure of the propaedeutic phase 1. The propaedeutic phase comprises the following course units with their related student workloads: No. Course unit Student workload in ECTS 1 International Politics 5 ECTS 2 IRIO Introduction to International and European Law 5 ECTS 3 History of International Relations 10 ECTS 4a IRIO Academic Skills I 5 ECTS 4b IRIO Academic Skills II 5 ECTS 5 Political Science 5 ECTS 6 Introduction to Economics 5 ECTS 7 International Organization 10 ECTS Compulsory Minor* 10 ECTS All course units are listed in the online course catalogue OCASYS. * Language Proficiency in a modern language of choice: German (Basic or Advanced), English, French (Basic or Advanced), Spanish (Basic or Advanced), or one of the other languages offered at the Faculty. Native speakers must choose a language other than their native tongue for Language Proficiency. See also Article 7.1, footnote The modes of instruction and assessment for the course units listed above are set out in the syllabus of each individual course unit. Article 4.2 Participation in the propaedeutic phase 1. The following course units include one or more practicals: No. Course unit 1 International Politics 2 IRIO Introduction to International and European Law 3 History of International Relations 4 IRIO Academic Skills I & II including mentor programme 5 Political Science 7 International Organization 2. An attendance requirement of 80% applies to the course units listed in Article The exact conditions for successfully passing a seminar are included in the syllabus for the course unit in question. 3. With regard to the following course units, successful participation in the activities of the teaching unit is considered to mean passing the relevant examination: No. Course unit 4 IRIO Academic Skills I & II including mentor programme 4. In the event of absence of up to 20%, the lecturer may stipulate replacement assignments. Absence of more than 20% will result in the student being banned from further participation in the course unit and from the examination. Notification of absence from a seminar must always be supported by reasons. Anyone who misses the first two seminars without reason will lose the right to participate to a student on the waiting list, if there is one. BA-OER IBIO pagina 9

10 SECTION 5 STUDY PROGRESS INCLUDING THE BSA SYSTEM Article 5.1 Study progress overview Halfway through the first semester of the first year of registration, students will receive a study progress overview specifying the student workload realized thus far. Article 5.2 Preliminary study advice 1. After the first semester, and if possible before the start of the second semester, students will be sent a written preliminary study advice on behalf of the Board of the University. 2. The preliminary advice should be considered as a warning if there is a question of insufficient study progress, giving students the chance to improve their performance. 3. If the study progress is such that the student cannot reasonably be expected to satisfy the conditions for receiving a positive study advice as listed in Articles a and b, he or she will be invited to a meeting with the study advisor. The aim of the meeting is to discuss the student s study habits, to reassess the choice of degree programme and perhaps to refer him or her to a different degree programme. Article 5.3 Definitive study advice 1. A definitive study advice is issued at the end of the first year of study on behalf of the Board of the University. This can be either: a. positive, if the student has satisfied all the requirements of the propaedeutic phase b. provisionally positive, if the student has earned at least 45 ECTS credit points c. negative, if the student has earned fewer than 45 ECTS credit points. This study advice is binding for students. 2. In the event that the preliminary study results are insufficient to such an extent that the student cannot be reasonably expected to pass the 45 ECTS threshold by the the end of his/her first year of study, a binding (negative) study advice may be issued subsequently to the preliminary study advice at the request of the student and in accordance with Article 5.2. This binding (negative) study advice will be issued in line with the procedure described in Article a. Students with a provisionally positive study advice will also be issued with a written study advice in their second year of study, after the resits for the second semester and before 31 July. This advice will convert the provisionally positive study advice into 1. a positive study advice, if the student has satisfied all the requirements of the propaedeutic phase 2. a binding (negative) study advice, if the student has not satisfied all the requirements of the propaedeutic phase b. When determining the number of ECTS credit points earned, the the results of individual parts of examinations (tests, partial exams and assignments) do not count. 4. a. In the event that a student has not passed the threshold referred to in Article 5.3.2, but in the same academic year has passed the threshold for a different University of Groningen degree programme to which this OER does not apply, no binding (negative) study advice will be issued for the degree programme to which this OER applies. b. In the event that a student has already gained a propaedeutic certificate or passed the propaedeutic phase of a university degree programme other than the programme(s) to which this OER applies, either at the University of Groningen or another university in the Netherlands, no binding (negative) study advice will be issued for the degree programme to which this OER applies. BA-OER IBIO pagina 10

11 5. Notwithstanding the provisions of Articles and with regard to personal circumstances and recognized committee positions in the second year of registration based on a positive preliminary study advice, a binding (negative) study advice will be issued if the student: a. has earned fewer than 45 ECTS credit points (or 20 ECTS for a part-time degree programme) in his/her first year of registration, or b. has not gained the propaedeutic certificate by the end of his/her second year of registration. 6. A binding (negative) study advice is valid for the next two academic years and applies to the CROHO degree programme for which the student has registered, as well as to CROHO degree programmes that the Board of the University has marked as related and listed in the Appendix to these regulations, including all their tracks. 7. Students who have been issued a binding (negative) study advice are not permitted to follow course units in this degree programme via a different degree programme or educational institution in order to avoid the consequences of their binding (negative) study advice. No exemptions will be granted for course units completed in this way, nor will such completed course units be recognized within the framework of the degree programme in any other way. 8. When determining the number of ECTS credit points earned, only those ECTS for the course units referred to in Section 4 will count. Article 5.4 Exceptions to the definitive study advice 1. No definitive study advice will be issued to students who submit a request for deregistration as of 1 February of their first year of registration. 2. Students who reregister for the same degree programme or a programme designated by the Board of the University as a related CROHO degree programme (see the Appendix* to these regulations) in a subsequent year will receive a definitive study advice in that year. They must gain their propaedeutic certificate in that year (in accordance with the P in 2 requirement) Article 5.3.5b applies mutatis mutandis. The BSA regulations for the academic year in which they reregister will then apply. 3. Students who deregister for a degree programme before or as of 1 February and then register as of 1 February of the same year for a degree programme designated by the Board of the University as a related CROHO degree programme (see the Appendix* to these regulations) will not qualify for an adapted threshold within the meaning of Article Students will be issued a binding (negative) study advice at the end of the second semester of the first year of registration if they have earned fewer than 45 ECTS credit points in that degree programme, or fail the propaedeutic assessment at the end of the second year of registration. In all other cases, the provisions of Article 5.3 will apply mutatis mutandis. 4. Students who deregister for a full-time degree programme before or as of 1 February and then register as of 1 February of the same year for the same CROHO degree programme as a part-time programme or a degree programme designated by the Board of the University as a related CROHO degree programme (see the Appendix* to these regulations) will not qualify for an adapted threshold within the meaning of Article Students will be issued a binding (negative) study advice at the end of the second semester of the first year of registration if they have earned fewer than 45 ECTS credit points or fail the propaedeutic examination at the end of the second year of registration. In all other cases, the provisions of Article 5.3 will apply mutatis mutandis. 5. Students who register for a Bachelor s degree programme at the University of Groningen as of 1 February and have not previously been registered that same year will be issued a binding (negative) study advice at the end of the second semester of the first year of registration if they have earned fewer than 20 ECTS credit points on that degree programme, or fail the propaedeutic assessment at the end of the second year of registration. In all other cases, the provisions of Article 5.3 will apply mutatis mutandis. * The Appendix does not form part of these Teaching and Examination Regulations. The Faculty of Arts does not have any degree programmes with related CROHO degree programmes. BA-OER IBIO pagina 11

12 Article 5.5 Definitive study advice / binding (negative) study advice procedure 1. A definitive study advice / binding (negative) study advice is issued on behalf of the Board of the University by the Faculty Board. 2. Before a binding (negative) study advice is issued, students will receive a notice of intention to issue a binding (negative) study advice, after which they will be given the opportunity to put their case to the Faculty Board or its representative. Article 5.6 Personal circumstances 1. a. When deciding whether to issue a binding (negative) study advice, the Faculty Board will take a student s personal circumstances into account at that student s request. b. Only personal circumstances that have been reported by the student to the study advisor as soon as could reasonably be expected after they arose will be taken into consideration by the Faculty Board when making its decision. The student s behaviour and any agreements or plans made between the student and the study advisor will also be considered in this decision. 2. If a binding (negative) study advice is decided against on the grounds of circumstances as referred to in Article 5.6.1, a new study advice within the meaning of Article 5.3 will be issued to the student at the end of the next academic year. 3. If, based on the provisions of Article 5.6.2, it is decided not to issue a binding (negative) study advice and the personal circumstances as referred to in Article are still (or again) present, the Faculty Board may decide to refrain from issuing a binding (negative) study advice again. In this event a binding (negative) study advice will be definitively refrained from. 4. Circumstances as referred to in Article do not automatically lead to a successful application for a grant from the Graduation Fund. Article 5.7 Conditions for appeal The decision will also state the applicable safeguards of legal rights. SECTION 6 ADMISSION TO THE SECOND YEAR OF THE DEGREE PROGRAMME, THE POST-PROPAEDEUTIC PHASE Article 6.1 Admission to the post-propaedeutic phase 1. Holders of a propaedeutic certificate will be admitted to the second study year of the degree programme, the post-propaedeutic phase. 2. Notwithstanding the provisions of Article 6.1.1, students who have earned at least 45 ECTS in the first year of the propaedeutic phase and/or have been issued a preliminary positive study advice as referred to in Article 5 can be provisionally admitted to the post-propaedeutic phase. 3. Provisional admission to the post-propaedeutic phase will expire if the student has not passed the propaedeutic assessment by the end of the second year of registration. 4. Provisional admission as referred to in Article only applies to Major course units in the first year of the post-propaedeutic phase (i.e. the second year of the Bachelor s degree programme). To participate in Major course units of the second year of the post-propaedeutic phase (i.e. the third year of the Bachelor s programme), the student must have passed the propaedeutic assessment. Article 6.2 Admission to the post-propaedeutic phase: hardship clause The Board of Examiners may deviate from the stipulations of Article 6.1 in situations where changes to the curriculum and/or educational force majeure would demonstrably lead to a situation of unfairness of an BA-OER IBIO pagina 12

13 overriding nature. This is only possible in unique personal circumstances that are so unusual that admission cannot in all reasonableness be denied. Article 6.3 Study plan 1. All students who have been issued a provisionally positive study advice as referred to in Article are expected to draw up a study plan in consultation with their study advisor/mentor/assigned supervisor, comprising at least the following: a. the propaedeutic course units that have not yet been passed with a related time line b. the post-propaedeutic course units that may be followed in addition to the course units listed under a. SECTION 7 THE POST-PROPAEDEUTIC PHASE OF THE DEGREE PROGRAMME Article 7.1 Structure of the post-propaedeutic phase 1. The post-propaedeutic phase comprises the following course units with their related student workloads: No. Course unit Student workload in ECTS 8 Theory of International Relations 10 9 Policy and Governance 10 Minor 1 or Subsidiary International Monetary Relations 5 11 IRIO European Law 5 12 Methods and Research Practice Compulsory Minor 1 or Minor/Subsidiary 2 10 Minor 1 or Subsidiary 2 10 Minor 1 or Subsidiary 2 10 Minor 1 or Subsidiary International Trade Theory and Policy 5 15 International Law 5 16 Core Module BA Thesis 2/ The compulsory language Minors are: German for IRIO, English for IRIO, French for IRIO, Spanish for IRIO or one of the other languages offered at the Faculty: Swedish, Italian or Russian 2 These course units can be followed in both the 1st and 2nd semesters. 3 The BA Thesis is linked with regard to content to the chosen core module. N.B. Due to the transitional regulations for the new BA, a number of course units will still be offered old style in the first semester of This concerns Methodologies in International Relations (5 ECTS), International Negotiation (3 ECTS), and International Law General Course (7 ECTS). All course units are listed in the online course catalogue OCASYS. 2. The modes of instruction and assessment for the course units listed above are set out in the syllabus of each individual course unit. BA-OER IBIO pagina 13

14 Article 7.2 Participation in the post-propaedeutic phase 1. The following course units include one or more practicals: No. Course unit 8 Theory of International Relations 9 Policy and Governance 10 International Monetary Relations 11 IRIO European Law 12 Methods and Research Practice 16 Core Module 2. An attendance requirement of 80% applies to the course units listed in Article The exact conditions for successfully passing a seminar are included in the syllabus for the course unit in question. 3. In the event of absence of up to 20%, the lecturer may stipulate replacement assignments. Absence of more than 20% will result in the student being banned from further participation in the course unit and from the examination. Notification of absence from a seminar must always be supported by reasons. Anyone who misses the first two seminars without reason will lose the right to participate to a student on the waiting list, if there is one. 4. If a seminar is oversubscribed, the educational management will make a selection based on the order of registration, bearing in mind the entry requirements for the course unit and the phase the student is in based on his/her study behaviour. 5. With regard to the following course units, successful participation in the activities of the course unit comprises active participation in 80% of the seminars as set out in Article 6.2.1, and passing the relevant examination: No. Course unit 17 BA Thesis Article 7.3 Study period abroad Students will be able to follow course units in the post-propaedeutic phase worth a total of at least 30 ECTS credit points at a university abroad. These course units must be approved in advance by the Board of Examiners in the form of a learning agreement. This learning agreement must be signed by the Board of Examiners, the student and a representative of the other institution. If any changes are made to the programme, the learning agreement must be updated and signed again by the parties listed above. Article 7.4 Open Degree Programme in International Relations and International Organization Students can choose an Open Degree Programme in International Relations and International Organization 0f 180 ECTS. An Open Degree Programme must always be approved in advance by the Board of Examiners of the degree programme. The Open Degree Programme must comprise at least 120 ECTS credit points of Major course units, including no more than 80 ECTS at propaedeutic level. BA-OER IBIO pagina 14

15 SECTION 8 OTHER SPECIALIZATIONS A. Minors and Subsidiary Article 8.1 Minors and Subsidiary 1. The following division of ECTS credit points applies to the Major, the Minor and the Subsidiary: a. The Major is worth 120 ECTS credit points. b. The Faculty Minor comprises 30 ECTS credit points and must be chosen from the list in Article 8.2 of these Regulations. c. The Subsidiary comprises 30 ECTS credit points. 2. The Subsidiary, worth 30 ECTS credit points, comprises electives chosen by the student and approved by the Board of Examiners. They must be related to course units offered by a university or university of applied science. In addition to the field of the Major, students may choose up to three additional academic fields of expertise or themes, including no more than 20 ECTS at propaedeutic level. 3. A University Minor or electives from another university in the Netherlands or abroad may only be taken once the propaedeutic phase has been completed. 4. Students may choose to do a placement as a Subsidiary. The Board of Examiners must approve this. Students may choose between a placement via the Arts Placement Office (10 ECTS credit points) and a teacher training placement (10 or 15 ECTS credit points) as part of a teacher training Minor via the Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences. A condition for a placement is that the propaedeutic phase has been completed and that at least 120 ECTS credit points have been earned in the Major and Minor course units together (approved by the Board of Examiners for the Major). A placement plan comprising a list of the aims, the content of the placement and a plan of activities must be drawn up before the placement commences. This plan must be approved by the supervisors. The assessment of the placement will be by a supervisor from the degree programme, who will have been appointed as examiner by the Board of Examiners, and a supervisor from the host institution. At the end of the placement, the student must submit a report which will be assessed by the programme supervisor. A copy of the report will be sent to the host institution. Article 8.2 Faculty Minor 1. The degree programme has the following Faculty Minors, from which the student must choose one: Minor in English Proficiency for IRIO Minor in French Proficiency for IRIO - Basic Minor in French Proficiency for IRIO - Advanced Minor in German Proficiency for IRIO - Basic Minor in German Proficiency for IRIO - Advanced Minor in Spanish Proficiency for IRIO - Basic Minor in Spanish Proficiency for IRIO - Advanced Another language offered at the Faculty (see Art. 6.1, footnote 2) 2. The Faculty Board is responsible for ensuring the quality of the Minor(s) offered. Article 8.3 Authority of the Board of Examiners 1. A student s choice of a certain Subsidiary must be approved by the Board of Examiners for his/her own degree programme. 2. Course units or Minors that students of the degree programme follow in other degree programmes or at other faculties or institutes of higher education are subject to the authority of the Board of Examiners of the degree programme that sets the examination. BA-OER IBIO pagina 15

16 3. Course units or Minors in the degree programme followed by students of other degree programmes, faculties or institutes of higher education are subject to the authority of the Board of Examiners of that other degree programme. B. Honours programme Article 8.4 Bachelor s Honours Programme 1. The Faculty participates in the University of Groningen Bachelor s Honours Programme. The Bachelor s Honours Programme does not form part of the regular Bachelor s curriculum. 2. Students admitted to one of the Bachelor s degree programmes offered by the Faculty can participate in the Bachelor s Honours Programme if they are selected by the Dean of the University of Groningen Honours College. Please consult the Teaching and Examination Regulations of the University of Groningen Honours College for the selection procedure. 3. The Bachelor s Honours Programme has a total student workload of 45 ECTS credit points, divided over the three years of the Bachelor s programme. The Bachelor s Honours Programme, including the deepening Faculty part, is subject to the Teaching and Examination Regulations of the University of Groningen Honours College. 4. a. The Honours Programme does not form part of the regular Bachelor s curriculum. The results and marks do not count towards the awarding of an honours predicate for the Bachelor s programme. b. The Diploma Supplement that accompanies the Bachelor s degree certificate will also list the results gained in the Bachelor s Honours Programme. SECTION 9 TESTS AND EXAMINATIONS OF THE DEGREE PROGRAMME Article 9.1 General 1. Each course unit is assessed by means of a test, continuous testing or examination. 2. The test or examination assesses students academic development and mastery of the learning outcomes of the course unit. 3. Examinations and tests are marked on a scale of 1 to 10. The results of an examination are given as pass or fail, in numbers on a scale of 1 to 10, expressed as 6 or more for a pass and 5 or less for a fail. Article 9.2 Compulsory order The course units listed below and their related examinations may not be taken before the examinations for the associated course units have been passed, or, if explicitly stated, the course units have been satisfactorily followed unless the Board of Examiners has made a different decision in a particular case: No. Course unit No. After passing course unit 16 Core Module 10 Theory of International Relations and 10 Methodology and Research Practice and 10 ECTS in Major course units from the 2 nd year 17 BA Thesis 16 Core Module German for IRIO 2 German for IRIO 1 English for IRIO 2 English for IRIO 1 French for IRIO Basic level 1 French for IRIO Basic level 0 French for IRIO Advanced level 2 French for IRIO Advanced level 1 Spanish for IRIO Basic level 2 Spanish for IRIO Basic level 1 BA-OER IBIO pagina 16

17 Spanish for IRIO Advanced level 3 Spanish for IRIO Advanced level 2 German for IRIO 3 German for IRIO 1 and 2 English for IRIO 3 English for IRIO 1 and 2 French for IRIO Basic level 2 French for IRIO Basic level 0 and 1 French for IRIO Advanced level 3 French for IRIO Advanced level 1 and 2 Spanish for IRIO Basic level 3 Spanish for IRIO Basic level 1 and 2 Spanish for IRIO Advanced level 4 Spanish for IRIO Advanced level 2 and 3 Article 9.3 Examination frequency and periods 1. There will be an opportunity to sit the examinations for the course units listed in Articles 4.1 and 7.1 at least twice in each academic year. In case of continuous testing the student is allowed to (a) final (further) examination with sufficient compensation of the examination parts or subtests 2. The periods in which examinations can be sat are listed in the Student Handbook and/or OCASYS. Partial exams can also be taken outside the period indicated. 3. Contrary to the provisions of Article 9.3.1, the opportunity to sit an examination for a course unit that has not been taught in a certain academic year shall only be provided once in that year. 4. Students may resit an examination for a course unit that is no longer offered at least twice during the first year after it has been removed from the curriculum. 5. If a student has completed all the assignments of a course unit to the best of his or her ability but has still not passed, then the examiner may give him or her the opportunity to take a supplementary or replacement test. Article 9.4 Thesis 1. A thesis can only be used for one degree programme. No exemptions are granted for theses based on a thesis written for a different degree programme. 2. Article on the storage period for theses applies. 3. Students will be given the opportunity to write a final-year thesis at least twice per academic year (first and resit submission). 4. The period(s) during which students can write theses will be published in the Student Handbook and/or OCASYS. 5. More detailed regulations on the design, content, time frame and assessment of the thesis can be found in the Regulations for Bachelor s theses, which can be found in the Appendix to these Teaching and Examination Regulations. 6. If by the end of the period referred to in Article the assessor(s) is/are of the opinion that the thesis cannot be awarded a pass mark, the student will be given one opportunity to remedy the work in order to be awarded a pass mark within a time frame defined by the degree programme. 7. The Board of Examiners is the only body that can deviate from the provisions of this Article at the written request of a student. 8. The assessment of the Thesis will be made by a first and second evaluator. If the first and second evaluator don t agree, the Board of Examiners will appoint a third evaluator. See also Appendix A. Article 9.5 Form of examinations 1. The assessment mode for each course unit in the propaedeutic phase is set out in the syllabus. The guiding principle is the assessment plan included as an appendix to these Regulations. This appendix forms an integral part of these Regulations. 2. At the student s written request, the Board of Examiners may allow an examination to be taken in a form different from that stated above. BA-OER IBIO pagina 17

18 3. The Board of Examiners may also grant exemption from active participation in a course unit. In such cases, the Board of Examiners will require the activities connected to the course unit in question to be performed in a different way that it will determine. 4. If no assessment mode is listed for a course unit in these Regulations because the course unit is not taught in the programme, then the relevant Teaching and Examination Regulations for that course unit will apply. Article 9.6 Partial examinations 1. If a course unit of 5 ECTS credit points is divided into two 2.5 ECTS sub-units, the final mark will be the weighted average of the marks for each partial examination (rounded off to one decimal place) as set out in the assessment plan. The examiner shall determine whether a minimum mark will apply to the partial examinations. This decision will be set out in the syllabus. The 5 ECTS linked to the course unit will be awarded once all partial examinations have been passed. 2. If a course unit of 10 ECTS credit points is divided into two 5 ECTS sub-units, the final mark will be the weighted average of the marks for each partial examination (rounded off to one decimal place) as set out in the assessment plan. Partial marks lower than 5 are not permitted. The 10 ECTS linked to the course unit will be awarded once all partial examinations have been passed. 3. If a course unit applies continuous testing other division of ECTS of examination parts is possible, see the course guide. Article 9.7 Examination provisions in special circumstances 1. Contrary to the provisions of Article 9.3, the Board of Examiners may decide to grant a student an individual examination provision in the event of an exceptional instance of unfairness of an overriding nature. 2. Requests for individual examination provisions, including documentary evidence, must be submitted to the Board of Examiners as soon as possible. Article 9.8 Authority of the Board of Examiners The Board of Examiners for the degree programme setting the examinations is authorized to assess the examinations, deal with any complaints and decide upon requests for alternative exam regulations. Course units taught by other degree programmes or faculties are the responsibility of the Board of Examinations of the degree programme in question. Article 9.9 Examinations and performance disabilities 1. Students with a performance disability will be given the opportunity to take examinations in a form that will compensate as far as possible for their individual disability. If necessary, the Board of Examiners will seek expert advice from a student counsellor of the Student Service Centre (SSC) before making a decision. 2. With regard to examinations for electives taken by students with a performance disability, the Board of Examiners of the degree programme that sets the examination shall comply with the facilities permitted by the Board of Examiners of the degree programme for which the student has registered. Article 9.10 Oral examinations 1. Unless the Board of Examiners decides otherwise, an oral examination may only be taken by one student at a time. BA-OER IBIO pagina 18

19 2. Oral examinations are public, unless the Board of Examiners or the relevant examiner stipulates otherwise or the student objects to the public nature of the examination due to extraordinary circumstances. 3. An oral examination will be recorded in written, analogue or digital form. The presence of a second examiner is required if the recording is in written form. Article 9.11 Examination procedure 1. The length of the examination depends on the nature of the examination and will be set by the Board of Examiners. 2. The invigilator will provide all paper for the exam answers. No other paper may be used. 3. All required personal details must be filled in clearly and completely on the answer sheets. 4. Whether or not the exam papers and draft answer sheets may be taken home after the exam will be decided by the responsible lecturer and/or the invigilator on his/her behalf. 5. Students who are late will only be admitted to the examination hall up to half an hour after the examination starts. Students are not allowed to leave the examination room during this first half hour. 6. Students may not visit the toilet during the first or last half hour of the exam. 7. Students are not allowed to communicate with each other or to exchange paper or other materials. 8. All electronic communication devices must be switched off and may not be taken to the toilet. 9. Students sign in for the exam when handing in the exam scripts to the invigilator. 10. Students must follow all the instructions of the invigilators before, during and immediately after the examination. If they do not, they may be excluded from further participation. Being excluded means that no result will be recorded for the examination. Article 9.12 Exemptions 1. At a student s request, the Board of Examiners, having discussed the matter with the examiner in question, may grant exemption from an examination on condition that the student: a. has completed part of a university or higher vocational degree in the Netherlands or abroad that is equivalent in content and level, or b. can demonstrate by work experience that he/she has sufficient knowledge and skills with respect to the course unit in question. 2. The validity period of exemptions granted for course units or parts thereof is identical to that of examination results. 3. Article applies. Article 9.13 Replacements and electives followed elsewhere 1. Based on a motivated request by a student, the Board of Examiners may grant permission to replace one or more course units in the examination programme by one or more other course units offered by the University of Groningen or another university in the Netherlands or abroad that dovetails well with the degree programme. 2. When assessing such a request, the Board of Examiners will in any case evaluate the coherence of the set of course units (or part thereof) and the level of the course units followed. Article 9.14 Determining the examination results and publication thereof 1. After an oral examination, the examiner will assess the examination on the same day and provide the student with a statement on request. 2. The maximum time permitted for marking examinations in the first year of the Bachelor s phase is ten working days after the day of the examination or the day a written assignment is handed in. BA-OER IBIO pagina 19

20 3. The exams for the second and third years must also be marked within ten working days, but in the case of an examination with essay questions taken by more than 50 students, this term is extended to fifteen working days. 4. The Board of Examiners may depart from the marking periods set out in Articles and in certain circumstances. 5. If an examination is taken in a form other than oral or written, the Board of Examiners will determine in advance how and when students will receive written confirmation of the result. 6. The written confirmation of the result of an examination will also inform students of their right of inspection, as stipulated in Article , as well as their right to appeal. 7. A course unit or an examination that has been passed may not be taken again. 8. If a student decides not to hand in an assignment on the first deadline or does not show up for the first exam date, that counts as a fail and the student is thus left with only one more re-sit or repair opportunity. Article 9.15 Validity 1. Course units that have been passed will remain valid for a maximum of six years from the moment the course unit was passed. 2. Contrary to the provisions of Article , the Board of Examiners may decide to recognize a course unit passed more than six years previously if the material learned is still relevant, or require the student to take a supplementary or substitute examination before allowing that student to progress to the final assessment. 3. The results of partial examinations and assignments passed within a course unit that has not been successfully completed will lapse at the end of the academic year in which they were passed. Article 9.16 Right of inspection 1. On request, students have the right to inspect their marked work during a period of at least six weeks after the results of a written examination have been made known. Also on request, they will be provided with a copy of the work at cost price. 2. Within the time frame stipulated in Article , any participant in the examination may request that they be allowed to peruse the examination paper and the assessment criteria. 3. The Board of Examiners can determine that this inspection or perusal will take place at a certain place and at two set times at least. If the person concerned can show that they were prevented by force majeure from attending at the indicated places and times, they will be offered another opportunity, if possible within the period stated in Article Article 9.17 Board of Examiners and examiners 1. The Board of Examiners is the independent body that determines whether individual students have the knowledge, understanding and skills required to be awarded the degree. 2. The Faculty Board appoints the members of the Board of Examiners on the basis of their expertise in the field of the degree programme (or group of degree programmes) in question. 3. The Board of Examiners must comprise at least: a. one member who is a lecturer in the degree programme (or in one of the degree programmes that are part of the relevant group of degree programmes) b. one member from outside the degree programme (or one of the degree programmes that are part of the relevant group of degree programmes). c. one member who is an expert in the field of testing. 4. Members of the Board or other people who have financial responsibilities within the institution may not be appointed as members of the Board of Examiners. 5. The Board of Examiners will appoint examiners to set examinations and determine the results. 6. The Board of Examiners will set out the Rules and Regulations of the Board of Examiners. BA-OER IBIO pagina 20

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