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1 Degree Statute Bachelors Course in Automotive Engineering Academic Year Part 3 Study Guide

2 Contents 1 Educational vision Degree courses at HAN What is expected of students and what can they expect of us? What does Automotive Engineering educate you for? The professions for which you are educated Professional tasks, competences and level Course curricula a Structure of the full-time course b Structure of the part-time course a Curriculum structure of the full-time course b Curriculum structure for the full-time course Minor offerings and flexible minors Taking courses and units Taking courses and units (full-time) Taking courses and units (part-time) Participation in units: criteria and procedure Admission to the learning tracks of the main phase The exams of the degree course (full-time and part-time) a Personal tutoring (full-time) b Personal tutoring (part-time) Senior tutor HAN study information system

3 1 Educational vision 1.1 Degree courses at HAN HAN educates you to become an entry level professional practitioner. This means that you acquire knowledge and skills and learn to apply them in practice. You thereby develop a professional perspective and you learn to make choices. The knowledge and skills you acquire help you in your professional development. At HAN the professional practice plays an important role in our education. For this reason, learning through professional tasks is a guiding principle. In order to learn through professional tasks, education at HAN has the following features: o The curriculum is designed based on realistic, complex professional tasks. These professional tasks are the key focus of units o The education is offered in the form of units (face to face and/or online education). In addition, students can use other learning sources, e.g. at work or at other educational institutions. o Where possible, a student s mastery of the necessary competences is assessed through o assignments based on real or simulated professional situations. HAN educates students to become independently operating professionals. Apart from the lecturers, the personal tutor plays an important role. HAN aims to adapt the education as much as possible to the different needs of individual students (prior education, age, work experience and personal situation). How does the study programme work? The study programme works with a didactic model that uses assignment based education in the first year and projects in the following years. From the very start of the programme you are confronted with professional problems which you learn to approach systematically. You learn to analyse problems and to set your own learning outcomes, which you work towards achieving in practice. Cooperation is a key part of the learning process. During the main phase you learn to work on projects, to plan, divide tasks and collaborate. By working on projects, you get a clearer view of the professional field. In the assignments you are encouraged to use previously acquired knowledge and skills and to obtain new knowledge and skills. What does the employer want? You are educated to enter the business world, which is why it is good to know what employers expect of graduates. Employers expect their staff to be independent and to take initiative, which is why you learn this during your course. You will start working independently on projects and assignments, enabling you to acquire knowledge and skills. You have to become increasingly independent and you will gradually receive less guidance and have fewer classes. In this way you become prepared for the professional field. Student supervision Learning to work independently in the context of projects does not mean that you will be entirely on your own. During the first year you will receive intensive guidance, which will gradually decrease. This can involve guidance from lecturers, who are available for students in need of help. There are other forms of guidance as well. During your entire course you will have training sessions with your personal tutor (in your first year and in the main phase). You will talk to your tutor about your grades, which area to specialise in and your approach to studying. During the first year, we expect you to learn how to manage your study activities yourself and to take initiative if something is not going well.moreover, later 3

4 in the course you will take on ever more responsibility, e.g. familiarising yourself with the professional field, formulating goals, setting up criteria, making plans, evaluating, asking for feedback, motivating yourself and putting in enough effort. When carrying out project assignments you will receive supervision from tutors and experts. In the first semester of the first year, the tutor provides expertise and monitors the process. During the remainder of the course, the tutor monitors and, where necessary, steers the planning, division of tasks, progress and groups processes. The expert has extensive knowledge of the subject matter: he/she teaches, advises on the content aspect of group assignments and projects, and assesses the products. 1.2 What is expected of students and what can they expect of us? To ensure that the course runs smoothly for everyone, some rules and agreements are needed. A few important agreements have been set out for the Automotive Engineering course in the document Commitment. It outlines what you can expect from HAN and, on the other hand, what HAN expects from you. Whether the course meets its goals also depends on the effort you put in as a student. This document is handed out at the start of the academic year. 4

5 2 What does Automotive Engineering educate you for? HAN has grouped subject related courses in domains, which are organised in institutes. The courses within a certain domain focus on the same part of the labour market. There are five technically oriented domains, namely Applied Sciences, Automotive Engineering, Built Environment, Engineering, and Information and Communication. The Automotive Engineering Institute of the Faculty of Engineering at HAN University of Applied Sciences provides the Bachelors degree and Associate degree in Automotive Engineering. The following activities are combined within the Automotive Institute: - The Bachelors course in Automotive Engineering (full time and part time) - The Associate degree course in Automotive Engineering (system specialist) (part time) - Research by the Research Group for Vehicle Mechatronics and Mobility Technology - The Masters course in Automotive Systems - The Applied Research Laboratory Automotive Institute (ARL A) Automotive Engineering educates students for positions in the area of design/test engineering or technical business development. 2.1 The professions for which you are educated Design/test engineer: a few examples Development: Development Engineer Design Engineer Designer Application Engineer Engineering / Testing: Vehicle Test Engineer Researcher Engine Test Engineer Inspector Technical business development: a few examples Production industry: Manager Production Manager Planner Quality / Advice: Product Manager Sales Engineer Technical Purchaser Account Manager Business Development Manager Retail: After Sales Manager Technical Specialist Manager Field Service Engineer Customer Relations Manager Other positions Logistics Manager Director Entrepreneur Trainer Consultant Lecturer Race Engineer 5

6 2.2 Professional tasks, competences and level Professional tasks A unit of study, also referred to as a unit, is based on a professional task. We define professional tasks as subject specific clusters of tasks that graduates of the degree course perform. In this way the entire curriculum is related to professional tasks. The six professional tasks are defined as: Advice Design Validation Production Maintenance Research Competences In order to carry out the professional tasks, you need knowledge, skills and the right attitude. This combination of knowledge, skills and attitude are called a competence. A set of competences has been defined for the course that are based on the professional field and requirements for an automotive engineer. The professional competences for the Automotive Engineering course are: Analysis Design Implementation Maintenance Management Advice Research Professional Development Dublin descriptors Dublin descriptors are used to assess whether you have mastered the competences. The descriptors are as follows: Knowledge and understanding Applying knowledge and understanding Making judgements Communication Lifelong learning skills You have demonstrated knowledge and understanding in a field of study that builds upon your general secondary education, and is typically at a level that, while supported by advanced textbooks, includes some aspects that will be informed by knowledge of the forefront of your field of study. You can apply your knowledge and understanding in a manner that indicates a professional approach to your work or vocation, and have competences typically demonstrated through devising and sustaining arguments and solving problems within your field of study. You have the ability to gather and interpret relevant data (usually within your field of study) to inform judgements that include reflection on relevant social, scientific or ethical issues. You can communicate information, ideas, problems and solutions to both specialist and non specialist audiences. You have developed those learning skills necessary for you to continue to undertake further study with a high degree of autonomy. 6

7 3 Course curricula 3.1a Structure of the full time course The Bachelors course consists of a major and a minor. The major spans the first year (60 credits) and the main phase (150 credits). In the third year you can specialise further in the areas Automotive Development (AD) or Automotive Testing (AT). If you take TC in the first and second year, you can choose AS or AM in the third year. If you take CB in your first and second year, you can choose AD or AT in the third year. In addition to the major, you take a minor (30 credits). You can also choose which minor to follow, however, the minors offered by your own course department are strongly recommended. If you have completed a major and a minor, you are ready for the job market. Structure of the full time course Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 1 Semester 2 Specialisation Semester 1 Semester 2 Automotive Engineering Automotive Automotive Minor Graduation Engineering Engineering Assignment General broad knowledge base and preparation CB34 CB5 CB6 Work Placement Automotive Testing AT78 Automotive Development AD78 Minor Graduation Assignment P1 Automotive Management TC34 Automotive Management TC5 Automotive Management TC6 or Work Placement Work Placement or Minor Automotive Services AS78 Automotive Management AM78 Work Placement or Minor Work Placement or Minor Graduation Assignment Graduation Assignment See also part 2 of the Education and Examination Regulations, section 2. This section contains a complete overview of the rules that apply to the study recommendation for the 1st year. 3.1b Structure of the part time course The part time course consists of a major and a minor. The major spans the first year (60 credits) and the main phase (150 credits). The part time course only contains the specialisation Automotive Service. In addition, you take a minor of 30 credits. If you have completed a major and a minor, you are ready for the job market. Structure of the part time course 1st year 2 nd year 3 rd year 4 th year DT1 DT2 DT3 Minor General broad knowledge base / Automotive Management Automotive Management + work related assignment Automotive Management + work related assignment Graduation Assignment 3.2a Curriculum structure of the full time course 7

8 The programme is organised in courses. In the first year there are four courses, each of which lasts for 10 weeks and has a study load of 420 hours (15 credits). In the main phase, each course lasts for 20 weeks (one semester a half year) and has a study load of 840 hours (30 credits). Each course focuses on one or more professional tasks. You have lectures and practicals and you carry out a project assignment with a group of fellow students. In the first year you spend half to a full day each week on an assignment. The assignments are about applying knowledge and skills in a project. You also learn to work with others according to a plan. In the main phase you spend one to three days a week on projects or assignments. These assignments come directly from the professional field or they are part of development and research projects performed by the research group. Each year projects focusing on design and production of vehicles participate in local and international competitions, such as the Shell Eco marathon. Throughout the course, lectures, excursions and guest lectures will be organised by or in collaboration with the business community. You begin the course with a broad introduction in the first semester of the first year and then you gradually begin to specialise. In the first year (propaedeutic phase) you gain: understanding of the course content; insight into the future professional field; a clear idea of whether you are suited to the course and have a good chance of passing. The first year includes numerous introductory subjects (maths, mechanics, communication) that ensure you have the right basic knowledge in order to acquire more in depth knowledge in new subjects. However, during the first year you will also have subjects like design, electro technology and electronics, engines, vehicles, propulsion, 3D CAD, production and marketing. Bridging programmes for specific target groups MBO (Community College) If you wish to transfer from MBO to this degree course, there is a special bridging programme (Dolteng/LAD). You will begin the Automotive Engineering course while you are still at MBO for one day a week over a period of two years. When you have completed your MBO course, you will only have to complete half of the first year programme. In this way, you can begin the main phase in your second semester of study. VWO (Pre university education) If you have completed VWO and wish to join the course, you can take a fast track programme. You can complete the first year in half a year, which means you can begin the main phase in your second semester of study. English taught programme The course can be taken in English. This applies if you come from another country, but also if you are from the Netherlands and wish to study in English. If you take the English taught course, you take the CB programme. Maths and Dutch In the first year (full time), your prior education and level will be considered. Maths and Dutch are not offered to all students in the first semester. Maths is offered in semester 1 only to Havo students who have done Maths A and to MBO students. For Havo students who achieved a grade of 7 or higher for Maths B, this will apply as your Maths grade for the first semester. Study recommendation 8

9 The course department gives you a study recommendation. This means that you receive either a positive or negative recommendation to continue the course. By the end of the first year of enrolment in the propaedeutic phase you obtain a written study recommendation. The recommendation is positive if you have gained all 60 credits of the propaedeutic phase. If you gain less than 37.5 credits in your first year, you receive a binding negative study recommendation (BNSR). This means you cannot continue the course and will be dis enrolled. If you have gained 37.5 credits or more, but you did not pass all subjects from the propaedeutic phase, you receive a provisional positive recommendation. If you have gained 45 credits or more, you can take part in units from the main phase. If you have not gained all credits for the propaedeutic phase within two years, you receive a binding negative study recommendation. In determining the study recommendation, the course department considers any special circumstances. Content Choosing CB or TC At the end of the first semester of the first year, you decide, in consultation with your personal tutor, whether to take CB or TC. The CB programme (Automotive Engineering) consists of two theory semesters in the second year and one practical semester in the third year. After the second year you can choose Automotive Development (AD) or Automotive Testing (AT). These programmes are mainly the same, but each has a different emphasis. In AD the emphasis is on design, while the AT programme includes simulation (model formation), vehicle dynamics and research. The TC programme (Automotive Management) in the second year includes a theory semester. A theory programme is also offered in the second semester, alongside practicals and projects. This academic year it is also possible to choose a work placement semester. The theory relates to maintenance and adjustment of technical systems, business administration and production. Afterwards you can choose Automotive Management (AM) or Automotive Services (AS). The programmes are mainly the same, but AM focuses more on organisation, management and marketing, while AS focuses on service and maintenance and the diagnosis and adjustment of technical systems. Work placement During your course you complete one or more work placements at a company. A work placement allows you to develop your competences in the area of your specialisation. It is important at this stage of your course to make a well founded decision for your further studies and career. You can choose to do a work placement at a number of companies deemed suitable by the course department in the Netherlands and abroad. You formulate the work placement goals that you wish to work on in consultation with the company. You will be guided by a supervisor from the company and by a lecturer from your course. Your work placement is assessed by means of a placement report, a portfolio of products and a presentation. You can read more about work placements in the Work Placement Guide (on Insite). 9

10 Graduation assignment To conclude your course, you choose a graduation project, which you work on for one semester. In your graduation assignment you demonstrate that you can independently use your competences to carry out a professional assignment at higher professional level. The course has a list of preferred companies that HAN collaborates with and where you can carry out your graduation assignment. These are companies - from the truck, trailer, special vehicle, passenger car, bus or motorbike branch - that have a high level of knowledge and innovative strength - have at least ten employees of which at least two have a degree from a university of applied sciences - that the course department has had good experiences with in terms of work placement and graduation assignments - that are prepared to supervise students doing their work placements and graduation assignments - that are prepared to collaborate with and invest in ACE (a union of three universities of applied sciences). This involves a contribution in kind and a contribution of 1000 to ACE for each graduation assignment and student. If the company assesses the graduation assignment as unsatisfactory, the 1000 obligation is refunded. The variety of options and assignments at these companies is generally broad enough to support the entire competence development. Only when the placement companies in this list do not offer enough placements can students go to other companies. And they may only do so if the course department deems these companies to be suitable. If the company has an insufficient level of knowledge, it must be prepared to invest in purchasing the supervision. The graduation report and its presentation is assessed by two assessors from the course department and the company supervisor. You can read more about work placements in the Graduation Assignment Guidelines. ACE ACE is a two year honours programme for students who wish to gain more than what is offered in the standard course. The honours programme is offered this year, in addition to the regular programme, in collaboration with the Eindhoven University of Technology, Fontys University of Applied Sciences and Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences. On completion, students can continue with the Masters degree programme in Automotive Technology. The study load is higher than in the regular programme. In total the honours programmes includes an additional 30 credits. The honours programme can currently only be taken within the CB programme. To participate, you must meet the following selection criteria: propaedeutic certificate obtained, course 5 more or less completed (max. 1 failure), on schedule with course 6 and motivated to put more time into your studies. The latter is evaluated during an intake. From the academic year, the programme will be extended and made available for the TC programme. In preparation for this, an ACE introduction has been added to the second year programme this academic year, which includes workshops at participating companies. 3.2b Curriculum structure for the full time course You begin the course with a broad introduction in the first year and then you gradually begin to specialise. The propaedeutic phase consists of 60 credits. 30 credits are offered from within the teaching curriculum. Practical knowledge and experience can contribute to the other 30 credits. The first year includes numerous introductory subjects (maths, mechanics, communication) that ensure you have the right basic knowledge in order to acquire more in depth knowledge in new subjects. However, during the first year you will also have subjects like design, electro technology and 10

11 electronics, engines, vehicles, propulsion, 3D CAD, production and marketing. After successfully completing the propaedeutic phase, you receive a propaedeutic certificate. The main phase of the course focuses on the graduation specialisation Automotive Services. Work Placement From the second year on, practical assignments are included in the programme, which you must carry out at your workplace. If you do not have a suitable workplace, you will have to complete a work placement for a half year up to a whole year. In that case, the course will run for five years, rather than four yeas. You can read more about work placements in the Work Placement Guide (on Insite). Graduation Assignment To conclude your course, you choose a graduation project. In your graduation assignment you demonstrate that you can independently use your competences to carry out a professional assignment at higher professional level that is suitable for the Automotive Services specialisation. If a suitable assignment or supervision is lacking within your own company, you will have to do your graduation assignment at another company. After your plan of approach is approved, you can start work. Because you may have to work on the graduation assignment alongside other activities, the duration will depend on how much available time you have for the assignment. It is not possible to spend more than one and a half years on the graduation assignment. The graduation report and its presentation is assessed by two assessors from the course department and the company supervisor. You can read more about work placements in the Graduation Guidelines for part time students (on Insite). 3.3 Minor offerings and flexible minors During the main phase of your course (full time) you take a minor of 30 credits (study load of 840 hours). You can choose a minor from the HAN offerings or a flexible minor. Minors from the HAN offerings are: - specialisation minors, in which you can further specialise in your own professional field; - differentiation minors, in which you learn to look beyond the borders of your own profession; - transfer minors, which prepare you for a Masters programme at a research university. Flexible minors are also available. A flexible minor is a one that you: - take at another educational institution; - compose from parts of minors or other units at different HAN institutes or another educational institution. HAN s Automotive Insitute offers three minors (full time): Propulsion, which focuses on the design of a propulsion system. Within this minor, you can specialise in Fuel Engines; Autotronics, which focuses on the control systems, the input/output programming and the electronic systems in modern cars; Lightweight structural vehicle design, in which students acquire the necessary knowledge, skills and attitude that allow them to play a specialist role in the area of lightweight design within the engineering department of a bodywork builder/converter. Autotronics and Lightweight structural vehicle design are offered in English. Propulsion may be offered in English, depending on the enrolments. 11

12 Part time students should refer to HAN s part time minor offerings. HAN s complete minor course offerings are included in the HAN education catalogue. The rules for taking a flexible minor are outlined in a document on Insite Student Support > Minors > Which sorts of minors are there? Click on the link Do you want to take a flexible minor? Here are the rules. This document includes a permission form which the student can use to request permission for taking a flexible minor from the board of examiners. If you wish to take a minor at another educational institution, you can consult the minor course offerings of the relevant educational institution. For the minors of universities of applied sciences affiliated with KiesOpMaat, you can go to You can learn more about choosing a minor in the information brochure Automotive and Engineering Minors. You can find these on Scholar. 12

13 4 Taking courses and units 4 Taking courses and units (full time) The curriculum for the full time programme is organised in courses, which each consist of one or more units. A unit comprises 7.5 credits (study load of 210 hours) or a multiple thereof. Each unit focuses on one professional task in particular, so you work on developing the competences necessary for this professional task. For each unit, the following information is included: admission requirements; key professional task; competences that will be worked on and the indicators for assessment; level; study load; 210 hours of study load or a multiple thereof; description of learning environment (learning activities, level of self management); which assessment products/documentation are required for the unit; major(s) and/or minor(s) to which the unit belongs; admission rules if there is a maximum number of participants; practical details: timetable information. For the unit offerings and their descriptions, please read appendixes 1 and 4 of the Education and Examination Regulations (part 2 of the Degree Statute). This includes further information on the study load and study feasibility per course. 4 Taking courses and units (part time) The part time programme has a set curriculum for each student. It is not based on courses but on years. You do not have to enrol as this occurs automatically when you advance to the following year. So the sections 4.1 and 4.2 below do not apply to you if you are studying part time. 4.1 Participation in units: criteria and procedure In the first semester of the propaedeutic phase you do not have to enrol in units. From the second semester onwards, you will have to do this yourself. You can enrol via Alluris. You will be informed about this well in advance. To enrol for a course, please take note of the following: you have to enrol in time, according to the procedure in Alluris; you meet the course admission requirements as defined in the EER. Your enrolment will be approved if the following conditions are met: there are sufficient participants for the course (as set out in the education catalogue); the maximum number of participants is not exceeded; your motivation for taking the course is clearly explained in Alluris. Your personal tutor approves your application for enrolment in a course/minor if he/she thinks this application is realistic and suitable for you. In the motivation field, you must answer the following questions: - Why does this learning track appeal to you? - To what extent do your individual learning report and grades show that you have the ability and motivation to follow this learning track? 13

14 - What is the relevance of this learning track with respect to your image of the profession (i.e. your ideal first job)? 4.2 Admission to the learning tracks of the main phase For some courses you have to meet a number of conditions before you can begin: - Start of the main phase: you must have gained at least 45 credits in the propaedeutic phase. If you have less than 45 credits (but no less than 37.5), you first have to complete the propaedeutic phase. - Work placement: o The work placement preparation must be carried out well and on time. Additional requirement: o You have to have taken course 5/6 (does not have to be completed). - Minor: admission requirements of the minor. - Course 7/8: o MTS with possible work placement exemption: course 5/6 of the applicable track must have been taken (does not have to be completed) and you have a grade of 5.5 o or lower on no more than three modular exams. Other prior education: course 5/6 of the applicable track must have been taken and you have a grade of 5.5 or lower on no more than three modular exams. - Graduation: You must have fully completed course 5/6. You may have a maximum of one other course that you have not completed (but you must have taken all required courses). 4.3 The exams of the degree course (full time and part time) Exams and integrated exams Each unit is assessed by means of an exam. In all units besides the graduation assignment, an exam consists of a number of modular exams. The EER indicates which modular exams you have to take and what the assessment criteria are. The final grade for the unit is the weighted average of the modular exams for which a grade has been given. Credits are awarded if you score at least 5.5 for all modular exams and all further requirements are met. Integrated exams are used to assess whether you can use the competences belonging to professional tasks to solve professional problems. They also assess whether you can communicate this clearly and whether you can reflect well on your competences and results (Dublin descriptors). The digital portfolio (modular exam in period 4) of the propaedeutic phase has the character of an integrated exam. As well as passing your integrated exam, you also have to pass the exams for the units and your portfolio must meet a number of defined requirements. In the main phase your integrated exam will take the form of an individual assessment, i.e. as well as modular exams and project products you are assessed on the integrated mastery of the competences. The graduation assignment is a demonstration of your competence: you are judged on whether you meet the level requirements of a starting professional. This is done based on a report, a process evaluation and a presentation. In section 7 of the Education and Examination Regulations (EER) you find all the regulations and procedures related to testing, including the awarding of grades and credits, resits and the disclosure of exam results. In addition, the following criteria for the exam timetable have been set: At least 5 days between the final lecture and the exam Exam days alternated with study days (so every second day for the regular student) 14

15 Maximum of two exams per day (please note: again this applies to the regular student), of which at least one in the morning First year exams not simultaneous with second year exams Resits in the first two class timeslots, also for part time. 4.4a Personal tutoring (full time) Personal tutoring is an important part of the study programme. It aims to help you to make the right choices during your studies and for your career afterwards. At the start of the academic year you are assigned a personal tutor for the propaedeutic phase. You have individual meetings with your personal tutor in which you discuss your study skills, study behaviour, the courses you need to follow and your personal development. When you begin the main phase you get a new personal tutor who remains your tutor during this phase. The personal tutoring programme includes a number of information sessions either specifically for your class or a broader audience. In the main phase you have an individual meeting with your personal tutor each semester, mainly to discuss your choice for the next course. Tasks of the personal tutor The personal tutor functions as a link between you and the study programme (courses, examinations, work placement and graduation assignment). The personal tutor has various tasks. He/she: Discusses your choice of courses/minors and then approves this choice on behalf of the department; Supports you in reflecting on your competences and whether you can use this reflection to justify your choice of courses; Helps you to become familiar with the profession / the professions you are being educated for and the related tasks; Supervises and coaches you in your academic and career development; Stimulates you to take responsibility for your learning and to learn to learn ; Helps you or refers you on if you have questions/problems with your studies. Advises you about whether specific external learning sources can be included in the study contract, e.g. if you wish to take a flexible minor at another educational institution or external organisation; Advises you on possible requests to the board of examiners; If your studies are delayed or disrupted due to personal circumstances or a disability, you can discuss this with your personal tutor. He or she can help you work out a solution. Portfolio The portfolio is a place to store files/documents that illustrate your academic and professional development. In the propaedeutic phase the portfolio is used for assessment, so that you can demonstrate your mastery of the competences at level 1. During the work placement the portfolio functions as a storage place for documentation that you have delivered. In your study programme you work with a digital portfolio.you have 100 MB of storage space. At the end of your study programme HAN saves the digital portfolio for two years. When concluding or discontinuing your degree, you can burn the portfolio to a CD or export it to another medium. 4.4b Personal tutoring (part time) Personal tutoring is organised somewhat differently for part time students than for full time students. The reason is that only one specialisation is offered for the part time course and the introduction to the professional field is less necessary because of the work experience already gained. 15

16 Just as in the full time course, the digital portfolio is used as a storage place for evidence of products for which exemption has been gained and the integrated exams. The coordinator of the part time course (Mr Klink) is the contact person for issues relating to studying and the degree course. 4.5 Senior tutor For certain questions your personal tutor will refer you to the senior tutor. You can make an appointment with the senior tutor if you have one of the following problems: You need support or advice on difficulties experienced with studying or problems of a personal nature; You need guidance because you have a functional disability or illness; You have questions relating to complex issues about the study programme or your progress; You need advice about requesting an extended period of study and additional financial support from HAN. The senior tutor has consultation hours once a week. You can make an appointment for this yourself. Sometimes your own personal tutor will refer you to the senior tutor because of the nature of your questions. In all cases you can or for an appointment. 4.6 HAN study information system HAN has an online information and registration system (Alluris). Alluris contains all the course offerings and your results, and it allows you to view your study contract and enrol for courses. Lecturers and examiners use Alluris to enter grades and to confirm the completion of other required elements of the study programme. Students can access Alluris anywhere using the link: To enrol for a minor at HAN in 2014, go to HAN SIS. From 2015 enrolling in minors will take place in Alluris. 16

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