2 SECTION 1 GENERAL PROVISIONS Article 1 Legal title Article 2 Definitions SECTION 2 REGISTRATION Article 3 Registration Article 4 Fees and expenses SECTION 3 SUPERVISION AND MONITORING Article 5 Appointment supervisor Article 6 Supervision SECTION 4 THESIS Article 7 Thesis Article 8 Collaboration Article 9 Language Article 10 Copyright SECTION 5 APPROVAL AND ADMISSION TO THE DEFENSE Article 11 Approval by supervisor Article 12 Examination Committee Article 13 Admission to the PhD defense SECTION 6 GRADUATION Article 14 Setting a date Article 15 Preparing and distributing the thesis Article 16 Doctorate Committee Article 17 Graduation ceremony Article 18 Cum Laude Article 19 Honorary PhD. SECTION 9 FINAL PROVISIONS Article 20 Doctorate Board Article 21 Petition Article 22 Appeal Article 23 Validity APPENDICES. APPENDIX A: APPLICATION FORM & AGREEMENT PHD REGISTRATION APPENDIX B: APPROVAL OF MANUSCRIPT BY SUPERVISOR APPENDIX C: MODEL OF TITLE PAGE APPENDIX D: MODEL OF TITLE PAGE
3 SECTION 1 GENERAL PROVISIONS Article 1 Legal title 1.1 Nyenrode Business Universiteit is allowed to award a Doctorate Degree (PhD) by Royal Decree of September 27, The degree will be granted by or on behalf of the Doctorate Board of Nyenrode Business Universiteit. 1.2 The Nyenrode PhD and EDP rules and regulations are based on Section 7.19 of the WHW (Higher Education and Research Act of the Netherlands). 1.3 The Nyenrode PhD and EDP rules and regulations are drawn up by the Doctorate Board of Nyenrode Business Universiteit. 1.4 The provisions of the Nyenrode PhD and EDP rules and regulations are legally binding provided that they are in conformity with Dutch law, or regulations covered by the law. Article 2 Definitions 2.1 In the rules and regulations, the terms below are to be understood as follows: WHW: PhD: EDP Full Professor: Supervisor: The Higher Education and Research Act of the Netherlands. The Doctorate Degree awarded by the Doctorate Board of Nyenrode Business Universiteit (denoted Dr.). In this document, this Doctorate Degree will be referred to as PhD. Executive Doctorate Program, the doctorate program taught at Nyenrode Business Universiteit. An officer as defined in Section 9.19 of the WHW (in Dutch: hoogleraar) A full Nyenrode professor appointed by the Doctorate Board to supervise the PhD or EDP student (in Dutch: promotor). Second Supervisor: A full professor, holding a position as professor at a university, and appointed by the Doctorate Board to supervise the PhD or EDP student (in Dutch: tweede promotor). Co-supervisor: An assistant or an associate professor holding a PhD and employed at an academic institution, who makes a significant contribution to the supervision of the PhD research (in Dutch: co-promotor). Doctorate Board: The board responsible for awarding and signing the PhD degree and laying down the rules and regulations, cf. Sections 7.18 and 7.19 of the WHW. At Nyenrode Business Universiteit, the Doctorate Board consists of the Rector Magnificus, the Dean of Nyenrode Business Universiteit and the Director of Research (in Dutch: College voor Promoties). Examination Committee: Committee made up of the supervisor and two representatives from Nyenrode, complemented by two representatives from other academic institutions, and chaired by the Rector Magnificus of Nyenrode Business Universiteit, or by a full (emeritus) professor representing the Rector Magnificus. The members of the Committee should at least have a doctorate degree, although it is preferable that they are a full professor at the institution they represent. At least half of the Committee members are full professors. The second supervisor (or the co-supervisor) can be counted as one of the members of the Committee. One of the two representatives from Nyenrode may be a retired professor, who still must possess his/her ius promovendi. The Examination Committee decides whether a PhD or EDP student will be invited to defend his/her PhD thesis (in Dutch: Leescommissie of Kleine Commissie). Doctorate Committee: Committee made up of the Examination Committee, with the addition of no more than three persons. Of these, at least half of them must be full professors. The number of representatives from Nyenrode exceeds the number of external members with at least one but no more than two. The supervisor is entitled to submit suggestions to this Committee to be approved by the Doctorate Board. The PhD or EDP student will defend his/her PhD thesis before the Doctorate Committee (in Dutch: Promotiecommissie of Grote Commissie).
4 SECTION 2 REGISTRATION Article 3 Registration 3.1 A person who meets the requirements of Article 7.18, paragraph 2a of the WHW can enroll as a PhD student at Nyenrode, once a Nyenrode professor is willing to act as his or her supervisor. A person who meets the requirements of Section 7.18, paragraph 2a of the WHW can enroll in the EDP. 3.2 Registration for a PhD candidate takes place based on a research plan approved by the supervising professor. 3.3 In exceptional cases, the Doctorate Board may enroll persons who do not meet the requirements as described in Article 3.1. A request to waive the requirements must be addressed to the Doctorate Board in the form of an official letter. 3.4 A PhD candidate must apply for registration. The application should include: - a completed digital application form indicating the topic of the PhD research and including the name(s) and signature(s) of the professor(s) willing to act as supervisor (see Appendix A); - certified copies of diplomas; - a curriculum vitae; - a copy of an identification document (passport or ID card) which must be valid for at least six months; - a research proposition, approved by his/her supervisor For enrollment in EDP the application should include:. - a completed digital application form (see Appendix E) - certified copies of diplomas; - a curriculum vitae; - a copy of an identification document (passport or ID card) which must be valid for at least six months; At the start of the research phase of the EDP students need to provide: - a completed digital application form indicating the topic of the PhD research and including the name(s) and signature(s) of the professor(s) willing to act as supervisor (see Appendix A); - an approved research proposition as stipulated in the Rules & Regulations of the EDP program. 3.5 The Doctorate Board may decide to remove a PhD or an EDP student from the register: - in the event of unethical behavior on the part of the student; - after having been registered for a period of eight years without a successful thesis defense; - on the basis of a substantiated written request from the supervisor(s); in such a case NBU has the obligation to actively search for another Nyenrode professor to replace the supervisor. Should this fail, the student will be removed from the register; - at the request of the student; - in the event the fees agreed upon have not been paid; Article 4 Fees and expenses 4.1 Nyenrode Business Universiteit in general charges PhD and EDP students tuition. This tuition covers the costs of Nyenrode facilities, beadle and Doctorate Board. This fee is set by the Doctorate Board annually. 4.2 The Doctorate Board can decide to modify the fee on a case-by-case basis. A request for this should be addressed to the Doctorate Board. 4.3 For an internal PhD or EDP student (i.e. someone on the Nyenrode Business Universiteit payroll), a budget must be available and approved by the Dean or the Rector Magnificus. 4.5 Unless otherwise agreed, all expenses related to the PhD or EDP research and studies are at the student s expense.
5 SECTION 3 SUPERVISION AND MONITORING Article 5 Appointment of supervisor(s) 5.1 The Doctorate Board will appoint a supervisor with the consent of all those concerned. 5.2 A professor who has left Nyenrode Business Universiteit can no longer be nominated as a supervisor. According to the WHW he/she may remain supervisor for up to five years after the cessation of his/her employment at Nyenrode Business Universiteit. 5.3 The Doctorate Board may appoint a second supervisor (in Dutch: tweede promotor), in consultation with the supervisor and the PhD or EDP student. A second supervisor is expected to contribute substantially to the supervision of the PhD research. In the event more than one supervisor is appointed, the order of seniority should be indicated. 5.4 The Doctorate Board may appoint a co-supervisor (in Dutch: co-promotor), in consultation with the supervisor and the PhD or EDP student. A co-supervisor is expected to make a substantial contribution to specific aspects of the research. 5.5 In consultation with all those concerned, the Doctorate Board may consider requests from the PhD or EDP student and/or one or more of the supervisors to rescind the appointment of the supervisor, second supervisor or co-supervisor. Article 6 Supervision 6.1 The supervisor will supervise the PhD research. He/she will ensure that sufficient consultation takes place. The supervisor is responsible to the Doctorate Board for the academic quality of the thesis, regarding both contents, research methodology and reporting.
6 SECTION 4 THESIS Article 7 Thesis 7.1 The candidate has conducted the scientific research described in the thesis independently or has made a major contribution to this research. The candidate takes full responsibility for the thesis from a scientific perspective. 7.2 The thesis is a scientific dissertation on a particular subject. The thesis may also comprise scientific publications, that have been previously published. 7.3 In the event the thesis consists of treatises which have been written in collaboration with co-authors, the PhD or EDP student should have the written permission from his/her co-authors to include these treatises in his/her thesis. 7.4 If publications with more than one author are part of the thesis these authors should guarantee that a major part of the work presented in any one of these publications has been done by the PhD candidate by signing the appropriate form (Appendix F). Article 8 Collaboration 8.1 Each PhD or EDP student should write his or her own thesis. Collaboration between two or more PhD or EDP students is only possible if this results in each student writing his or her own thesis. 8.2 In cases involving collaboration between two or more students, the thesis of each of those students should show that the student has independently delivered a contribution deemed suitable for graduation and he/she must be seen to take responsibility for such. 8.3 Publications that are co-written by collaborating students can be part of the thesis of each of the students, provided that this does not result in a conflict with Article 8.2 Article 9 Language 9.1 The thesis and the corresponding propositions (a minimum of 10, maximum of 12) are to be written in Dutch or English. The choice of language lies with the PhD or EDP student, in consultation with the supervisor. 9.2 In cases in which the thesis is written in Dutch, the title and a summary, must be made available in English in addition to the Dutch title and summary of the thesis. In cases in which the thesis is written in English, the title and a summary, must be made available in Dutch in addition to the English title and summary of the thesis. A dissertation written in English requires a title page in English (Appendix D); a dissertation written in Dutch requires a title page in Dutch (Appendix C). 9.3 The thesis must be defended in either English or Dutch. The PhD or EDP student chooses one of these two languages in consultation with his or her supervisor. However, if one or more members of the doctorate committee does not speak Dutch, the defense should always be given in English. The layman s presentation may either be in English or Dutch as preferred by the PhD or EDP student. Article 10 Copyright 10.1 The copyright (intellectual ownership) of the dissertation rests with the author Nyenrode Business Universiteit will publish the thesis in electronic form on the website of the University and in its Repository; it will be freely available to the general public, unless agreed otherwise.
7 SECTION 5 APPROVAL AND ADMISSION TO THE DEFENSE Article 11 Approval by supervisor 11.1 The PhD thesis will be subjected to scrutiny by the supervisor. He/she will judge whether the thesis may be regarded as proof of the ability to independently conduct academic research, leading to the furthering of science The supervisor will give his/her approval of the PhD thesis to the Doctorate Board by submitting the appropriate digital form (see Appendix B). The approval also implies that the supervisor considers the thesis propositions capable of standing up to academic defense. Article 12 Examination Committee 12.1 The Examination Committee will be set up on behalf of the Doctorate Board, upon the recommendation of the supervisor, after receiving his/her approval of the PhD thesis. The composition of the Examination Committee is in accordance with Article The PhD or EDP student will furnish the members of the Examination Committee with a copy of the full manuscript (not solely the summary) which has been approved by the supervisor The Examination Committee will decide whether the PhD thesis is proof of the student s ability to independently conduct academic research, leading to the furthering of science. This decision should be made within six weeks of receiving the manuscript The members of the Examination Committee, upon reading the manuscript, are allowed to offer suggestions to the PhD or EDP student to correct blatant errors and defects, as long as the general content of the manuscript is not structurally altered in the assessment process The Examination Committee decides by a majority of votes, excluding the supervisor and the chairperson Should one of the members of the Examination Committee provide a negative opinion, the supervisor then must submit the comments to the other members of the committee to give them the opportunity to react and, if necessary, reconsider their opinion Should one of the members of the Examination Committee step down then he/she should be replaced, taking into account the composition of the committee as specified in Article 2.1. The new members will have six weeks to provide their opinions on the thesis, starting at the time of appointment The Examination Committee will notify the Doctorate Board of its decision in writing. After the Doctorate Board has acknowledged this decision, it can be communicated to the PhD or EDP student, the supervisor and the beadle. The PhD or EDP student will be invited to defend his/her thesis when a majority of the Examination Committee regards the thesis as sufficient proof of the PhD or EDP student s ability to independently conduct academic research. Article 13 Admission to the PhD defense 13.1 A PhD or EDP student who meets all of the following requirements may be admitted to the PhD defense procedure if and when: - he/she has successfully graduated from an institution referred to in Section 7.18, paragraph 2.a. or Section 7.23 of the WHW (unless Article 3.3 applies); - he/she has shown the ability to independently conduct academic research, leading to the furthering of science, as indicated by the approval of the thesis by the supervisor and the Examination Committee; - he/she has written propositions, whereas half of this number plus one are related propositions, and the remaining propositions are unrelated to the topic of the thesis. The propositions are to be approved by the supervisor; - all other business is concluded The beadle will check whether all the requirements in Article 13.1 have been met. The beadle also will monitor the subsequent steps in the procedure as described in Articles 14 (date) and 15 (preparation of the thesis).
8 SECTION 6 GRADUATION Article 14 Setting a date 14.1 After the Examination Committee has been set up, the PhD or EDP student, after consultation with his/her supervisor, can come to an agreement with the beadle concerning a date for the graduation ceremony. During the months of July and August, and on legal holidays it is not possible to defend the thesis Graduation takes place at Nyenrode Business Universiteit The External Relations Department of Nyenrode Business Universiteit is responsible for public announcements regarding the PhD degree. Article 15 Preparing and distributing the thesis 15.1 The (back of the) title page of the thesis should conform to the model in Appendix C or Appendix D and must be in accordance with the house style of Nyenrode Business Universiteit publications. The Nyenrode logo and an acknowledgement for Nyenrode Business Universiteit are to be included. Any form of advertising (i.e., promoting companies, institutions, products or services as such) in the thesis is prohibited A draft copy of the pages referred to in Article 15.1 should be submitted to the beadle for approval at least five weeks before the planned date of graduation The PhD or EDP student must furnish the beadle with the following, no later than three weeks before graduation: - 25 printed copies of the thesis with propositions, intended for the library s exchange service; - 40 copies of the thesis with propositions, intended for Nyenrode s internal use; - An electronic version of the thesis itself and an executive summary; this should preferably be submitted in PDF-format The internal distribution of the dissertation will be carried out by the beadle. The PhD or EDP student will be responsible for the external distribution unless otherwise agreed For the purpose of the invitation and press release, a summary of no more than 800 words must be submitted to the beadle Article 16 Doctorate Committee 16.1 The Doctorate Board will put together the Doctorate Committee upon the recommendation of the supervisor, in accordance with Article 2.1. If, during the period before the date of the defense, members report that they will not be able to attend the defense ceremony, the supervisor is entitled to suggest substitutes to the Doctorate Board. The Doctorate Board decides in this matter. Article 17 Graduation ceremony 17.1 The PhD thesis and the proposals will be defended by the PhD or EDP student before the Doctorate Committee and all those who have received permission from the Rector Magnificus to submit reservations and considerations After defending the thesis, the PhD degree will be awarded by or on behalf of the Doctorate Board. The PhD or EDP student will be given a diploma of the PhD degree signed by the Rector Magnificus or his/her replacement and by the supervisor. If the degree is awarded cum laude, this distinction will be indicated on the diploma The PhD or EDP student cannot be denied his/her PhD degree after the defense, unless the student refrains from speaking altogether at all during the defense The graduation ceremony will be carried out in accordance with the proper protocol. The duration of the defense is 45 minutes; the defense is preceded by a layman s presentation of no more than 15 minutes. The ceremony is structured as follows: 1. The Doctorate Committee will convene with the Rector Magnificus or his/her replacement acting as the chairperson. This meeting, and the deliberation thereafter, is open to full (retired) professors from Nyenrode, as well as to full professors from other academic institutions invited to attend by the Rector Magnificus. 2. The chairperson will ascertain that the required number of persons are present, and will appoint one of the full professors as the defense secretary. The latter will take up position next to the chairperson and keep a record.
9 3. In the preliminary meeting the order of opposition is laid down by the chairperson, taking into account that: a. Opposition to the contents of the thesis takes precedence over a discussion of the propositions; b. The supervisor has the last word should he/she wish to do so; 4. Opposition and defense are not to be discussed beforehand with the PhD or EDP student; 5. After the defense, the Doctorate Committee will retire to deliberate in a closed session immediately after the defense of the thesis. 6. During this meeting, all of the members of the Doctorate Committee have the right to vote. The decision will be made by the majority of votes. 7. At the end of the deliberation, the diploma will be signed by the Rector Magnificus or his/her replacement and the supervisor. Article 18 Cum Laude 18.1 When the Examination Committee (excluding the chairperson) unanimously believes that the quality of the thesis merits the qualification with honors, the Examination Committee will propose this to the Doctorate Board in writing, at least six weeks prior to graduation. The Doctorate Board will subsequently invite and consult with at least two independent experts who are not formally associated with Nyenrode Business Universiteit. The proposition to confer the PhD degree cum laude will be accepted if: - all of the independent experts agree with the unanimous vote of the Examination Committee; - the majority of the Doctorate Committee is of the opinion that the PhD thesis has been defended well. Article 19 Honorary PhD 19.1 At the recommendation of the Executive Board of Nyenrode Business Universiteit and in consultation with the professorial community, the Doctorate Board has the right to confer an honorary PhD degree for outstanding services to science, society and/or business upon those persons deemed appropriate. Any of the parties mentioned above has the right to nominate a candidate for this purpose. The Executive Board of Nyenrode Business Universiteit will provide a formal foundation for the honorary PhD degree, specifying the nature of the outstanding services to science, society and/or business The honorary PhD ceremony will take place at Nyenrode in the presence of the Doctorate Board.
10 SECTION 7 FINAL PROVISIONS Article 20 Doctorate Board 20.1 In all cases which are not covered by these rules and regulations, the Doctorate Board will decide in accordance with law. The Doctorate Board will decide by a majority vote, on the condition that this majority includes the vote of the Rector Magnificus. Article 21 Petition 21.1 In the event of a dispute regarding the preparation for the PhD, any party concerned may petition the Doctorate Board. The Doctorate Board will hear all parties concerned and reach a decision within two months after the petition has been filed. All parties concerned will be notified of the decision and this notification will include the reasons which led to the decision The decision referred to in the Article above may be reached on behalf of the Doctorate Board by a committee installed for one or more occasions by the Doctorate Board. Article 22 Appeal 22.1 A Council of Professors, consisting of five full internal professors of Nyenrode Business Universiteit yet excluding members of the Doctorate Board and other professors involved in the decision/dispute, will act as the PhD Appeal Committee. Members of the PhD Appeal Committee will be appointed by the Rector Magnificus. The members of the PhD Appeal Committee will elect a chair from their number An appeal can be filed against a decision of the Doctorate Board within two weeks of the date those involved have been notified. The appeal should be filed in writing and must be sent to the chairperson of the PhD Appeal Committee The PhD Appeal Committee may call in the advice of experts in order to arrive at a decision. The PhD Appeal Committee may hold a hearing to question all parties involved in the dispute The PhD Appeal Committee has the authority to judge whether the decision against which the appeal has been filed is justifiable or not. In the latter case, the decision will be referred back to the Doctorate Board, in order to arrive at an amended decision. The PhD Appeal Committee will decide by a majority vote within two months of the date the appeal was filed. Article 23 Validity 23.1 These rules and regulations will apply to all PhD or EDP students at Nyenrode and their supervisors. A supervisor is entitled to request exemption from specific sections of these rules and regulations, as long as this does not violate the provisions of the WHW or other Dutch laws. Such a request, duly substantiated, may be directed to the Doctorate Board. The Doctorate Board will make a decision with respect to the request, which is final for all parties involved.
11 APPENDICES Appendix A: Application form & Agreement PhD registration Nyenrode Business Universiteit Personal details: First name(s): Infix: Last name. Place and Date of Birth (mm/dd/yyyy): Address and Postal Code: Telephone business: private: Previous education: If available, please indicate the number of ECTS for each program Institution Degree Date of final examination PhD research: How much time is anticipated (expressed in FTEs) for the duration of the project for both PhD applicant and Supervisor(s)? PhD applicant: Supervisor(s): Co-supervisor(s): Subject matter of PhD research: Supervisor(s) Institution Signature Co-supervisor(s) Institution Signature Signature PhD applicant Date Place (to be sent in duplicate to Nyenrode Academic Services Center with certified copies of diplomas, a curriculum vitae and a copy of the identification page of the passport).
12 Appendix B: Approval of manuscript by supervisor PhD thesis by: First name(s): Infix: Last name. Place and Date of Birth (mm/dd/yyyy): Address and Postal Code: Telephone business: private: Title PhD Thesis: Language in which the thesis has been written: Signatures by supervisor(s) vouching for the approval of the PhD thesis and propositions: Supervisor(s) Institution Signature Recommendation by supervisor(s) regarding the composition of the Examination Committee: Member Institution Examination Committee set up in accordance with PhD rules and regulations: Signature PhD Directors Date Place Signature Rector Magnificus Date Place
13 Appendix C: Voorbeeld titelpagina (in Dutch) Titelpagina: NYENRODE BUSINESS UNIVERSITEIT TITEL PROEFSCHRIFT================> Proefschrift ter verkrijging van het doctoraat aan de Nyenrode Business Universiteit op gezag van de Rector Magnificus, prof. dr... en volgens besluit van het College voor Promoties. De openbare verdediging zal plaatsvinden op...dag om... uur precies door geboren op te Achterkant van titelpagina: Hier komen de namen van de begeleidend hooglera(a)ren, promotor(es) en co-promotor(es), en de leden van de Leescommissie, vermeld zoals onderstaand staat weergegeven: Leescommissie: Promotor(es) Overige leden : Co-promotor(es)
14 Appendix D: Model of title page (in English) Title page: NYENRODE BUSINESS UNIVERSITEIT TITLE THESIS ================> Thesis with regard to the doctorate/phd degree at Nyenrode Business Universiteit on authority of the Rector Magnificus, prof. dr. in accordance with the Doctorate Committee. The public defense takes place on...day at exactly.. o clock by born on at (place) Back of title page: On the back of the title page the names of the supervisor(s), the co-supervisor and the members of the Examination Committee are to be indicated as follows: Examination Committee: Supervisor(s) Other members Co-supervisor(s)
15 Appendix E EDP Registration form * Personal details First name Infix Last name Title before: Title after Birthday (mm/dd/yyyy) Place of birth Country of birth (Primary) Mailing address Private address Address Postal code State Province City Country Contact information in case of emergency Home Name Relationship Teleponenumber Address Work I, the Undersigned chooses to pay the tuition fee for Year 20.. of the Executive Doctorate Program (see for the fees information on the website of the EDP program) Payment at once Payment in installments
16 This registration is based on the General Statutes and the legally prescribed Rules and Regulations of Nyenrode Business Universiteit for the Academic Year and program concerned. The undersigned agrees to meet his/her financial obligations in due time. Students are obliged tot meet all financial obligations towards Nyenrode Business Universiteit in time. Students who do not meet their financial obligations during the program will be excluded from further participation in the program, and/or will not receive their diplomas. When financial obligations are not met, or when they are not met in time, all the ensuing judicial or extra judicial costs as well as the legal interest will have to be paid by the participant. All overdue claims are referred to a collection agency. For more information : Admissions office +31(0) Information Bank: ABN AMRO Bank Breukelen IBAN NL33ABNA BIC ABNANL2A This tuition fee is exclusive all other costs (housing, literature, travel expenses, copies etc.) For each year longer then the nominal study period of four years the costs will be 50% of the annual fee per academic year. Please fill in your choice of payment on the appropriate form Undersigned Name Date Place Signature Nyenrode Business Universiteit Executive Doctorate Program - Admissions office P.O. Box AC BREUKELEN * Program and delivery dates can be subject to change
17 Appendix F The undersigned,, declares that.. has contributed a major part of the work presented in the publications listed below. The undersigned,., also agrees to this work being included in PhD thesis Date:.. Place: Name:. Signature:..
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