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1 Degree Statute Bachelors Course in Automotive Engineering Academic Year Part 2 Regulations concerning education and examinations Education and Examination Regulations (EER)

2 Table of contents Section 1 General provisions... 3 Section 2 Admission to the degree course... 4 Section 3 Structure of the degree course... 7 Section 4 Propaedeutic phase of the degree course Section 5 Study recommendation in the propaedeutic phase Section 6 Post-propaedeutic phase Section 7 Exams and integrated exams for the degree course Section 8 Board of examiners and examiners Section 9 Study career Coach Section 10 Unsuitability (Judicium Abeundi) Section 11 Final provisions Appendixes Appendix 1 Details of units of study in propaedeutic phase Appendix 2 Details of integrated exam for propaedeutic phase Appendix 3 List of current propaedeutic phase year units of study, modular exams and integrated exams equated to old units of study, modular exams and integrated exams Appendix 4 Details of units of study in post-propaedeutic phase Appendix Details of integrated exams in the post-propaedeutic phase Appendix 6a Summary of current units of study, exams and integrated exams of the post-propaedeutic phase which are equated to old units of study, exams and integrated exams Appendix 6b OLD ACE curriculum (intake into third year in / ) Appendix 8 - Details of study units of HAN certified minors provided by the courses department(s) Appendix 9 A summary of the current units of study and exams for the minors offered by the course department and equated to old units of study and exams Appendix Summary of the units of study within the Bachelors programme that must be completed after earning the Associate degree in order to earn the Bachelors degree Appendix Overview of the exit qualifications for the relevant degree course

3 Section 1 General provisions Article 1.1 Applicability of the regulations 1. These regulations are the Education and Examination Regulations (EER) as referred to in Article 7.13 of the Higher Education and Research Act (in Dutch: Wet op het Hoger Onderwijs en Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek, WHW), hereafter referred to as the Act. 2. These regulations apply to education and examinations in the academic year of the Bachelors course in Automotive Engineering, hereafter referred to as the degree course. 3. Appendixes 1 up to and including 11 are an unabridged version of these regulations and include the concrete passages from the Degree Statute to which these regulations refer. 4. For successfully completed units and exams from preceding academic years that are no longer included as such in the curriculum as outlined in articles 4.1 and 6.1 and the corresponding appendixes, paragraph 5 of articles 4.1 and 6.1 describes whether and to what extent these are counted as part of the curriculum and degree of these regulations. 5. Paragraph 9 of Article 3.4 describes whether and to what extent successfully completed units and exams for minors offered by the course department in previous academic years and not included as such in the range of minors as detailed in Article 3.4 and the accompanying appendix are included in the programme of the minors currently on offer. Article 1.2 Definitions The definitions that apply to these regulations are those included in Appendix 2 of the Degree Statute for the degree course. Article 1.3 Purpose of the degree courses The student acquires knowledge, understanding and skills at higher professional entry level for the field of Automotive Engineering and Automotive Management. The exit qualifications as defined in the first sentence are included in Appendix 11 of these regulations.

4 Section 2 Admission to the degree course Article 2.1 Admission requirements prior education a. a HAVO diploma with the profile Nature and Technology; b. a HAVO diploma with the profile Nature and Health, including final exams in the subjects and programme components Physics and/or Nature, Life and Technology; c. a VWO diploma with the profile Nature and Technology; d. a VWO diploma with the profile Nature and Health, including final exams in the subjects and programme components Physics and/or Nature, Life and Technology; e. a VWO diploma with the profile Economics and Society, including final exams in the subjects Mathematics A and Physics; f. an MBO diploma in middle management or a technical specialisation, hereafter referred to as MBO 4. Article 2.2 Deficiencies in education requirements Deficiencies in the profiles and/or subjects and programme components of the diplomas as documented in Article 2.1 are withdrawn by order of the institute director if the student has taken and passed admission tests in the deficient subjects at the final level of HAVO or MBO 4 respectively before the start of the course. Article 2.3 Exemption from education requirements based on other diplomas and certificates 1. Applicants are exempted from the education requirements set out in Article 2 if they have one of the following diplomas or certificates: a. a Bachelors degree; b. a Masters degree; c. a certificate that gives access to higher education in a country that has ratified the treaty on the recognition of qualifications in higher education in the European region; d. a diploma issued in the Netherlands or elsewhere that the minister has designated as equal to a HAVO diploma; e. a diploma issued in the Netherlands or elsewhere that the institute director considers to be at least equal to a HAVO, VWO or MBO diploma. For decision making purposes, a credential valuation can be requested from NUFFIC. The task of validating foreign diplomas is delegated to the Admissions Office. 2. If a diploma has been issued outside the Netherlands, the board of examiners must also be of the opinion that the student concerned has sufficient mastery of English to be able to successfully complete the degree course. 3. The institute director will decide whether the student concerned can or cannot be enrolled based on the judgement referred to in the previous paragraph. The institute director may also decide that the student in question can be enrolled but is not permitted to take any exams until a favourable judgement as referred to in the previous paragraph has been issued. 4. In the case of an exemption as described in paragraph 1, Article 2.2 will be applicable by analogy subject to the proviso that the student may take the relevant admission tests after enrolling, but may not take any exams until he/she has passed the admission tests.

5 Article 2.4 Exemption from the education requirement based on an admission test 1. Persons aged 21 and above who, in an admission test and in the judgement of the Admission Tests Committee, have demonstrated they are suited to the degree programme and have sufficient mastery of English to be able to successfully complete the degree programme are exempted from the education requirements referred to in Article 2.1 by decision of the institute director. 2. The admission test consists of tests in the following subjects administered at the level of the final HAVO exam and confers the exemption as referred to in the previous paragraph if the student passes these tests: Mathematics Physics Article 2.5 Sufficient mastery of Dutch 1. N/A Article 2.5b Sufficient mastery of English 1. If the person concerned has a language other than English as his/her first language, the requirement of sufficient mastery of English as referred to in Article 2.3 paragraph 2 and Article 2.4 paragraph 1 is met by: - for students who have been educated outside the Netherlands: successfully completing the IELTS with a minimum score of 6.0 on all parts (Comparable levels are accepted as well); - for HAVO students: minimum of 7.0 for English at HAVO level; - for VWO students: English as a final exam subject. 2. The requirement referred to in the previous paragraph must be met prior to enrolment. Article 2.6 Additional requirements In addition to the education requirements stated in Article 2.1, admission to the degree course is subject to the following requirements: a. participation in the part time degree course is only possible if the student can prove that he/she has at least a HAVO level of Maths and Physics. Article 2.7 Employment requirements for part time degree courses 1. Admission to the part time degree course is subject to the requirement of a work environment in which activities can be carried out as described in the units AU D DT1f and AU D DT3s in appendixes 1 and At the start of and during the degree course, a student must be working in a position and at a company relevant to the degree course. He or she must have either an employment contract, work placement contract or VAR (declaration of independent contractor status) relating to this work. Article 2.8 Numerus clausus (not applicable) Article 2.9 Admission to a fast track programme for students with a VWO diploma (not applicable) Article 2.10 Participation in compulsory course selection check 1. Applicants who apply by 1 May prior to the relevant academic year for one or more Bachelors courses or associate degree courses have a right to participate in a course selection check. 2. The procedure for a course selection check and the contents of a course selection check are included in the degree statute. 3. Participation in the course selection check is voluntary for students who apply by 1 May. 4. All applicants who have participated in the course selection check receive a course selection recommendation. This recommendation has three forms: positive, negative or further action necessary. 5. In the case of a negative course selection recommendation, the applicant as defined in paragraph 1 of this article can enrol if he or she meets the admission requirements as set out in Section 2 of these regulations. 6. Applicants who apply after 1 May prior to the relevant academic year for one or more Bachelors courses or associate degree courses are obliged to participate in the course selection check for the programme they have chosen.

6 7. If the applicant, as defined in paragraph 6 of this article, fails to participate in this mandatory course selection check without a valid reason and after 1 repeated request to do so, his or her enrolment will be declined. 8. If the applicant, as defined in paragraph 6 of this article, receives a negative course selection recommendation, his or her enrolment will be declined. This does not apply to applicants who apply after 1 May for a degree course other than the one they were originally enrolled in, provided they can prove that the new application resulted from a binding negative recommendation as defined in Section 5 of these regulations that was issued at such a time that they were not able to apply by 1 May prior to the academic year in which they wish to enrol. 9. Applicants who apply after 1 May prior to the relevant academic year for a Bachelors or associate degree course other than the one for which they had already applied before or on 1 May are obliged to participate in the course selection check for the degree course. Paragraph 6 of this article also applies to applicants as defined in the first sentence. 10. The regulations set out in paragraph 1 up to and including paragraph 9 of this article do not apply to: applicants who wish to enrol for a degree course which has a selection procedure as defined in Article 2.8 of these regulations; applicants who, on account of gaining their diplomas outside the Kingdom of the Netherlands, are exempt from the diploma requirements (holding a HAVO, VWO or MBO diploma); applicants who already have a Bachelors or Masters degree. 11. If the applicant can prove that he or she has legitimate reasons for not being able to participate in the mandatory course selection check, the relevant institute will decide, in consultation with the institute director, whether the applicant still has to participate in the mandatory course selection check. The following reasons are in any case legitimate for not participating in the mandatory course selection check: a. personal circumstances; b. other educational commitments. 12. The procedure for the course selection check is: The course selection check can be requested as soon as the applicant has applied. For full time students, the course selection check consists of an online questionnaire about personal development, study and career. The results are compiled in a report, which is sent to the applicant s home. If the report raises questions, the applicant can submit a request for a meeting through the HAN Information Centre. In addition, the course department may invite the applicant for an interview. For part time students, the course selection check consists of an interview that focuses on the combination of study, work and private life.

7 Section 3 Structure of the degree course Article 3.1 Degree format 1. The degree course is offered as a full time and part time programme. 2. English is the language of instruction. 3. In appendixes 1 and 4 of these regulations, point 2 (target group) of the further elaboration of the units as referred to in paragraph 2 of articles 4.1 and 6.1 describes which units are offered for each degree course format and if they have any special characteristics. Article 3.2 Structure of the degree course 1. The degree course has a propaedeutic and post propaedeutic phase. 2. The degree course has three increasing levels of qualification: qualified for main phase (level 1), qualified for graduation phase (level 2) and entry level qualification (level 3). 3. The propaedeutic phase is the part of the major that focuses on acquiring an understanding of the content of the course and one s suitability for the degree course and the profession. 4. The post propaedeutic phase is the part of the degree course that follows from the propaedeutic phase. 5. The degree course consists of 4 specialisation areas for graduation: Automotive Development, Automotive Testing, Automotive Services and Automotive Management. 6. The degree course has an honours programme (ACE) for students who meet the selection criteria applicable to this programme as set out in Article 3.7 paragraph 3 of these regulations. The honours programme constitutes an addition to the study load as referred to in Article 3.7 paragraph 1c. 7. In appendixes 1 and 4 of these regulations, point 2 (target group) of the further elaboration of the units, as referred to in paragraph 2 of articles 4.1 and 6.1, describes which units are provided for the purpose of which phase, which level and which specialisation and which units are provided for the purpose of the honours programme. 8. In appendixes 2 and 5 of these regulations, point 2 (target group) of the further elaboration of the integrated exams, as referred to in paragraph 2 of articles 4.1 and 6.1, describes which integrated exams are provided for the purpose of which phase, which level and which graduation specialisation. 9. The degree course consists of a major and a minor. The minor is a part of the post propaedeutic phase. 10. A student s record is reviewed twice during the degree course and the following certificates are issued: a) the propaedeutic certificate; b) the Bachelors certificate. Article 3.3 Major 1. The major is the part of the degree course that focuses on acquiring the required competences for the prescribed professional tasks of the entry level professional with a Bachelors degree. 2. The prescribed professional tasks for the starting professional with a Bachelors degree from a university of applied sciences are described in appendixes 1 and 4 of these regulations under point 3 (professional tasks) of the details for each unit as referred to in paragraph 2 of articles 4.1 and 6.1.

8 Article 3.4 Minor 1. The minor is the part of the post propaedeutic phase of the degree course that focuses on deepening or widening the required competences for the prescribed professional tasks of the entry level professional with a Bachelors degree from a university of applied sciences. 2. The minor is a certified HAN minor or a flexible minor. 3. The student who is about to take a minor must first obtain permission for this from the board of examiners. The personal tutor helps the student with the request for authorisation and, if necessary, advises the board of examiners about the decision. 4. A flexible minor is a minor that a student: a) takes at another educational institution or; b) has composed from parts of minors or other units at different HAN institutes or a different educational institution. 5. Before approving a minor application, the board of examiners considers whether the minor fits within the professional profile of the degree course, does not overlap with the major, is of the right level to deepen or broaden knowledge, has a sufficient quality of examination and assessment according to the standards of the degree course and, in the case of a flexible minor compiled by the student, contains a sufficiently coherent set of units. 6. Authorisation by the board of examiners as defined in paragraphs 3 and 5 of this article also implies that examiners connected to the minor are as such appointed as examiner of the course. 7. Notwithstanding the provisions of the previous paragraphs, the development, provision and quality assurance of the following accredited HAN minors and the associated units including their noted study load fall under the responsibility of the management and board of examiners of the degree courses: a) Minor in Autotronics I. AU M AU Autotronics (30 credits) b) Minor in Propulsion Technology I. AU M AT Propulsion Technology (30 credits) c) Minor in Propulsion Technology Specialisation Combustion Engines I. AU M AT Propulsion Technology Combustion Engines (30 credits) d) Minor in Lightweight Construction I Finite Element Method (7.5 credits) II Lightweight Construction (7.5 credits) III Beam project and Excursions (15 credits) 8. Appendix 8 of these regulations contains the details of the study programme and exams of the minors as referred to in the previous paragraph. Article 6.1, paragraph 2, is applicable by analogy. Article 3.5 Study load, credits and study duration 1. The study load of a degree course and of individual units is expressed in credits. 2. One credit is equal to 28 hours of study load. 3. The course has a study load of 240 credits. 4. The propaedeutic phase of the course, which is concluded at level 1 (qualified for main phase), has a study load of 60 credits. 5. The post propaedeutic phase of the course, comprising levels 2 and 3 (qualified for graduation phase and entry level qualification respectively), has a study load of 180 credits. 6. The first part of the post propaedeutic phase, which is concluded at level 2 (qualified for graduation phase), has a study load of 60 credits excluding the minor that may be completed at this level. 7. The second part of the post propaedeutic phase, which is concluded at level 3 (entry level qualification), has a study load of 90 credits excluding the minor that may be completed at this level. 8. The major has a study load of 210 credits. 9. The minor, which is concluded at level 2 or 3 (qualified for graduation phase or entry level qualification respectively), has a study load of 30 credits. 10. A degree course is set up in such a way that a student is able to gain the number of credits on which the study load is based for an academic year. 11. A specialisation is concluded at level 3 (entry level qualification). A specialisation forms part of the major and has a study load of 90 credits.

9 12. The standard scheduled course duration of the part time course is 4 years. The yearly study load of the parttime course is 60 credits. 13. The actual scheduled course duration of the programmes with the special feature fast track as referred to in Article 3.1, paragraph 3, and of the short courses as referred to in Article 7.9 paragraph 5 is 3.5 years. N/A Article 3.6 Study load of a work study course (not applicable) Article 3.7 Increase of study load 1. Contrary to the provisions of Article 3.5, students also have the option of broadening and/or deepening their knowledge by earning more than 240 credits for their degree course. This can be done by: a. taking one or more extra minors, b. taking one or more extra units and/or c. taking an honours programme. 2. In all above cases students must first request and obtain authorisation from the board of examiners. The board of examiners judges whether the minors and units referred to in paragraphs 1a, 1b or 1c fit within the professional profile of the degree course, do not overlap with the degree course, are of the right level to deepen or broaden knowledge, have sufficient quality of examination and assessment according to the standard of the degree course and, in the case of a flexible minor compiled by the student, contain a sufficiently coherent set of units. 3. Permission for the ACE honours programme as set out in paragraph 1c can only be given if the student meets the following selection criteria: passed the propaedeutic phase, course 5 as good as finished (maximum of 1 fail), no delays for course 6 and motivated to put extra time into studies. The latter is evaluated during an intake. 4. Permission can only be given for an extension as set out in paragraph 1 if the student has no delays in his/her studies and the actual course duration for this student on account of the extension will exceed the standard scheduled course duration by no more than six months.

10 Article 3.8 Professional tasks, units and competences 1. A degree course is a coherent set of units. 2. During the degree course, professional tasks are learned that an entry level professional must be able to carry out. One or more of these professional tasks are related to units. 3. The content of a unit of study, hereafter referred to as unit, focuses on a number of related competences. 4. A unit has a study load of 7.5 credits or a multiple thereof. A unit can have a study load of 2.5 credits or a multiple thereof if this serves the quality of the education.

11 Section 4 Propaedeutic phase of the degree course Article 4.1 Structure of propaedeutic phase 1. For each degree format as referred to in Article 3.1 paragraph 1 and for each programme with a special feature as referred to in Article 3.1 paragraph 3, the propaedeutic phase contains the following units with the stated study load: Overview propaedeutic phase full time Period 1 Period 2 Period 3 Period 4 AU V 1a + AU V 1b This is Automotive Engineering! credits AU V 2a + AU V 2b Sales at full capacity credits AU CB3a + AU CB3b Designing a wheel suspension credits AU CB4a + AU CB4b An optimally built power train credits OR: AU TC3a + AU TC 3b The workplace of tomorrow credits OR: AU TC4a + AU TC 4b AU CB4a + AU CB4b An optimally advised power train credits = these units are also offered in English The English-taught programme only has the CB specialisation.

12 2. For all units as referred to in the previous paragraph, Appendix 1 to these regulations contains an overview of the following information relating to education and examinations: 1. Degree course 2. Target group 3. Professional task(s) 4. Central professional task 5. Professional product(s) 6. Credits/study load 7. Cohesion 8. Entry requirements in relation to examinations 9. General description 10. Competences 11. Assessment criteria 12. Examinations 13. Compulsory literature 14. Recommended literature 15. Software 16. Other material 17. Activities 18. Instructional format 19. Class/contact hours 20. Teaching period 21. Maximum number of participants 3. The propaedeutic phase includes one integrated exam, as defined in Article 7.1 paragraph Appendix 2 of these regulations contains an overview of the following details with regard to the integrated exam of the propaedeutic phase: 1. Degree course 2. Target group 3. Professional tasks 4. (Professional) products 5. Credits and/or coincides with regular exams 6. Cohesion with other exams and integrated exams 7. Entry requirements 8. General description 9. Competences 10. Assessment criteria 11. Integrated exam characteristics and exam formats 12. Compulsory and recommended material 13. Teaching period 5. Units as defined in paragraph 1, their accompanying exams as set out in paragraph 2 and integrated exams as set out in paragraph 4 are equated with units, exams and integrated exams from previous academic years of the degree courses that are included as such in Appendix 3 of these regulations.

13 Section 5 Study recommendation in the propaedeutic phase Article 5.1 Study recommendation in the propaedeutic phase 1. By the end of his/her first year of enrolment in the propaedeutic phase of the degree course, the student will receive a written study recommendation from the institute director on the continuation of his/her studies in the degree course or elsewhere. 2. N/A 3. Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 1, the student can be issued a study recommendation for as long as he/she has not yet met the requirements for the propaedeutic certificate. 4. The study recommendation as set out in paragraphs 1 and 3 is positive or negative. Article 5.2 Provisional study recommendation in the first year of enrolment 1. In the first year of enrolment in the propaedeutic phase of the course, if possible prior to the end of the fifth month of enrolment and if necessary following a previously issued study recommendation, each student whose study results at that time are so unsatisfactory that successful completion of the course is improbable will receive a written, provisional negative study recommendation as a warning from the institute director. 2. A provisional negative study recommendation as referred to in paragraph 1 will be issued if the student: a. has not obtained at least 22.5 credits at the end of the second teaching period or b. has not obtained at least 37.5 credits at the end of the first year of enrolment of the total credits to be obtained in accordance with the exam programme following from Article Contrary to paragraph 2, a provisional negative study recommendation as defined in paragraph 1 will be given for the part time degree format if the student has not obtained at least 15 credits at the end of the second teaching period or has not obtained at least 37.5 credits at the end of the first year of enrolment of the total credits to be obtained in accordance with the exam programme following from Article A provisional positive study recommendation will be issued if, at the end of the first year of enrolment in the propaedeutic phase of the course, the student has obtained 37.5 or more credits from the exam programme following from Article 4.1 but has not yet met the requirements for the propaedeutic certificate. Article 5.3 Binding study recommendation in the first year of enrolment 1. A negative study recommendation will be issued at the end of the first year of enrolment in the propaedeutic phase if the student fails to obtain at least 37.5 of the credits according to the examination programme following from Article 4.1. An exception to this rule is if the institute director, under conditions set by the institute director, decides not to issue such a recommendation in view of the student's personal circumstances. 2. A negative study recommendation is a binding, permanent rejection (the binding negative study recommendation) provided a provisional recommendation as referred to in Article 5.2 was actually issued at least 40 working days prior to the issue of the negative study recommendation. The days which have been marked as scheduled Holidays according to the current HAN academic calendar must be taken into account when determining the minimum 40 working days. 3. N/A 4. A negative study recommendation is a binding, permanent rejection for the degree course and any other degree courses with which it has a common propaedeutic programme, provided a provisional recommendation as referred to in Article 5.2 was actually issued at least 40 working days prior to the issue of the negative study recommendation. The days on which no teaching is provided according to the current HAN academic calendar must be taken into account when determining the minimum 40 working days. 5. A positive study recommendation will be issued at the end of the first year of enrolment in the propaedeutic phase if the student has met the requirements for the propaedeutic certificate. Article 5.4 Provisional study recommendation after the first year of enrolment 1. During the second year of enrolment in the propaedeutic phase of the course, any student whose study results are at any moment so unsatisfactory that successful completion of the course is deemed improbable and who has not previously received a provisional negative study recommendation will receive one from the institute director as a written warning. 2. N/A

14 3. A provisional negative study recommendation as defined in paragraph 1 will be issued if the student has not obtained all of the credits remaining at that time according to the exam programme following from Article 4.1 by passing all examinations and integrated exams. 4. N/A Article 5.5 Binding study recommendation after the first year of enrolment 1. A binding negative study recommendation will be issued after the first year of enrolment in the course if, at the end of the second year of enrolment in the propaedeutic phase, the student has not met the requirements for the propaedeutic certificate, unless the institute director, under conditions to be set by that same person, decides to refrain from issuing such a recommendation in view of the student's personal circumstances. 2. A negative study recommendation as defined in paragraph 1 of this Article is a binding, permanent rejection (the binding negative study recommendation) provided a provisional recommendation as referred to in articles 5.2 or 5.4 was actually issued at least 40 working days prior to the issue of the negative study recommendation. The days on which no teaching is provided according to the current HAN academic calendar must be taken into account when determining the minimum 40 working days. 3. N/A 4. N/A 5. Paragraphs 1 to 4 apply by analogy to students who are enrolled for a third year in the propaedeutic phase because they have still not received a binding negative recommendation. 6. A positive study recommendation will be issued after the first year of enrolment in the propaedeutic phase of the course if the student has met the requirements for the propaedeutic certificate. Article 5.6 Personal circumstances 1. Personal circumstances as referred to in paragraph 1 of Articles 5.3 and 5.5 are defined exclusively as: a) illness of the student; b) physical, sensory or other functional disabilities of the student; c) pregnancy of the female student; d) special family circumstances; e) elite sport; f) membership in the participation council, sub council, student committee or degree course committee; g) membership on the board of a student organisation of some size with complete legal capacity, or a comparable organisation of some size that stands for the promotion of general social interests and actively develops activities for this purpose. 2. The student must immediately inform his/her personal tutor as soon as one or more personal circumstances as referred to in the previous paragraph arise. 3. In the case of personal circumstances and contrary to articles 5.3 and 5.5, the institute director can take separate decisions that at least stipulate the period in which the student must meet the set requirements as set out in articles 5.3 and 5.5. Article 5.7 The right to a hearing The student in question will be given the opportunity to attend a hearing prior to the issue of a negative study recommendation to which a binding permanent rejection is attached as referred to in paragraph 2 of articles 5.3 and 5.5.

15 Section 6 Post propaedeutic phase Article 6.1 Structure of the post propaedeutic phase 1. For each course format as referred to in Article 3.1 paragraph 1 and for each course with a special feature as referred to in Article 3.1 paragraph 3, the post propaedeutic phase of the course contains the following units with the stated study load and level: A. Full time a. AU-V-CB5a Virtual prototyping (7.5 credits) b. AU-V-CB5b Designing a vehicle adaptation (7.5 credits) c. AU-V-CB5c Advising on vehicle specifications (7.5 credits) d. AU-V-CB5d Vehicle electronic system (7.5 credits) e. AU-V-CB5c Advising on vehicle configurations (7.5 credits) f. AU-V-CB6b Research for simulations (7.5 credits) g. AU-V-CB6c Maintaining products, services and client contacts (7.5 credits) h. AU-V-CB6d Validating vehicle components or systems (7.5 credits) i. AU-V-AD78a Designing internal combustion engines (7.5 credits) j. AU-V-AD78b Designs car electronics (7.5 credits) k. AU-V-AD78c Engine research (15 credits) l. AU-V-AT78a Control and testing of vehicle system (7.5 credits) m. AU-V-AT78b Automotive testing (7.5 credits) n. AU-V-AT78c Vehicle dynamics and combustion engines, testing and control (15 credits) o. AU-V-ST-2 / AU-V-ST-M1 Specialisation work placement (30 credits) The English taught programme only has the CB specialisation.

16 Overview of full time post propaedeutic phase* Specialisation Semester 3 Semester 4 Semester 5 Semester 6 Semester 7 Semester 8 Technical business development Minor Graduation assignment AU-V-TC5a AU-V-TC5b AU-V-TC5c AU-V-TC5d AU-V-TC6a AU-V-TC6b AU-V-TC6c AU-V-TC6d Or: AU-V-ST-1 AU-V-AM78a AU-V-AM78b AU-V-AM78c AU-V-AM78d Or: AU-V-AS78a AU-V-AS78b AU-V-AS78c AU-V-AS78d Work placement AU-V-ST-M1 Or: AU-V-ST-2 Design/test engineer Honours programme (30 extra ECTS credits) AU-V-CB5a AU-V-CB5b AU-V-CB5c AU-V-CB5d AU-V-CB6a AU-V-CB6b AU-V-CB6c AU-V-CB6d Mathematics TU/E Work placement AU-V-ST-M1 Pre-masters programme AU-V-AD78a AU-V-AD78b AU-V-AD78c Or: AU-V-AT78a AU-V-AT78b AU-V-AT78c Pre-masters programme = these units are also offered in English *Certain semesters can also be completed in a different order (see entry requirements for each separate unit) Minor Pre-masters + flexible minor (as a replacement for the regular minor) Graduation assignment 2. Appendix 4 of these regulations contains an overview of the following information concerning tuition and exams for all the units referred to in the previous paragraph: 1. Degree course 2. Target group 3. Professional task(s) 4. Central professional task 5. Professional product(s) 6. Credits/study load 7. Cohesion 8. Entry requirements in relation to exams 9. General description 10. Competences 11. Assessment criteria 12. Examinations 13. Compulsory literature 14. Recommended literature 15. Software 16. Other material 17. Activities 18. Instructional format 19. Lesson/contact hours 20. Teaching period 21. Maximum number of participants 3. During the post propaedeutic phase, two integrated exams are held as described in Article 7.1 paragraph Appendix 5 of these regulations contains an overview of the following details concerning the integrated exams

17 in the post propaedeutic phase: 1. Degree course 2. Target group 3. Professional tasks 4. (Professional) products 5. ECTS credits and/or coinciding with regular exams 6. Cohesion with other exams and integrated exams 7. Entry requirements 8. General description 9. Competences 10. Assessment criteria 11. Integrated exam characteristics and exam formats 12. Compulsory and recommended material 13. Teaching period 5. Units as defined in paragraph 1, their accompanying exams as set out in paragraph 2 and integrated exams as set out in paragraph 4 are equated with units, exams and integrated exams from previous academic years of the degree courses that are included as such in appendix 6 of these regulations. 6. The results obtained for the units within the associate degree programme also apply as results in the Bachelors course if these units are part of the curriculum of the Bachelors programme. Appendix 10 of these regulations contains an overview of the units, as set out in paragraph 1 of this article, that still have to be obtained in order to earn the Bachelors degree. Section 7 Exams and integrated exams for the degree course Article 7.1 Exams and integrated exams 1. An exam is an investigation of the student s competences (knowledge, understanding, skills and attitude in conjunction with each other) in relation to a unit. The exam partly contains an assessment of the results of that investigation. 2. An integrated exam is an investigation of the student s competences (knowledge, understanding, skills and attitude in conjunction with each other) in relation to the professional performance of one or more professional tasks. The integrated exam partly contains the assessment of the results of that investigation. 3. Each unit has an exam connected to it, which may consist of various modular exams. The exam has been passed if it has been successfully completed or if all of the related modular exams have been successfully completed. 4. An integrated exam is administered for one or more professional tasks at each level, as referred to in Article 3.2 paragraph An integrated exam is related to one or more units. An integrated exam can consist of a number of modular exams. An integrated exam has been passed if it has been successfully completed or if all the related modular exams have been successfully completed. 6. The content, format and cohesion of the entire exam programme for the degree course, including all exams and integrated exams, are described in appendixes 1, 2, 4 and 5 of these regulations, corresponding to paragraphs 2 and 4 of articles 4.1 and The exam programme referred to in the previous paragraph describes whether and to what extent one or more exams or modular exams as referred to in paragraphs 1 and 3 count as one or more integrated exams or modular integrated exams. 8. The examiner gives the result of an exam or integrated exam as a grade. 9. If an exam or integrated exam consists of various modular exams, the results of those modular exams can be expressed as either a numerical grade or a satisfactory or unsatisfactory qualification. 10. The result of an exam or integrated exam, not including modular exams, is expressed in one of the following numerical grades: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10. A grade of 6 or higher means the candidate has passed the exam or integrated exam; A grade of 5 or lower means the candidate has failed the exam or integrated exam.

18 11. Grades with 1, 2, 3 or 4 in the first decimal place (i.e. X.1, X.2, X.3, X.4) are rounded down to whole numbers. Grades with 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9 in the first decimal place (i.e. X.5, X.6, X.7, X.8 or X.9) are rounded up to whole numbers. Grades for modular exams are not rounded off to whole numbers, but to numbers with one decimal place (e.g. 7.9, 5.4 or 8.3). Grades with 1, 2, 3 or 4 in the second decimal place (i.e. X.X1, X.X2, X.X3, X.X4) are rounded down to one decimal place. Grades with 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9 in the second decimal place (i.e. X.X5, X.X6, X.X7, X.X8, X.X9) are rounded up to one decimal place. The most recently obtained result for an exam counts as the definite result. 12. If the student has obtained a pass grade for an exam, he/she will not be permitted to retake that exam, regardless of the type of exam. Article 7.2 Order of exams and integrated exams 1. Students who wish to take part in exams and integrated exams in the post propaedeutic phase must have a propaedeutic certificate for the degree course concerned from either HAN or another institution of higher education or be exempted from these exams by the institute director. 2. Contrary to the provisions of the previous paragraph, the board of examiners may at the student's request grant permission for that student to take exams and integrated exams in the post propaedeutic phase before he/she has met the requirements for the propaedeutic certificate. 3. If this is stipulated in the appendixes referred to in paragraph 2 of articles 4.1 and 6.1 under point 8 (entry requirements) for a unit, the criteria for taking part in the exams and/or integrated exams related to that unit will include having passed one or more of the stipulated exams and/or integrated. 4. If this is stipulated in the appendixes referred to in paragraph 4 of articles 4.1 and 6.1 under point 7 (entry requirements) for an integrated exam, the criteria for taking part in that integrated exam will include having passed one or more of the exams and/or integrated exams listed. Article 7.2a Units with an attendance requirement 1. If stipulated in the appendixes as referred to in Article 4.1 paragraph 2 and Article 6.1 paragraph 2 under points 8 (entry requirements), 11 (assessment criteria) and/or 12 (exams) for a unit, students must first have participated in the education (or parts of the education) for that unit before they are allowed to take any exam or integrated exam for that unit. 2. At a student s request, the board of examiners may grant an exemption from the requirement referred to in paragraph 1, and may also decide to attach additional conditions to that exemption. Article 7.3 Frequency of exams and integrated exams 1. The course department gives the student the opportunity to take each exam for a unit at least twice each academic year. 2. The course department gives the student the opportunity to take each integrated exam at least twice each academic year. 3. Contrary to the first and second paragraph and Article 7.1 paragraph 15 the board of examiners may decide in exceptional cases to allow a student an extra opportunity to take an exam or integrated exam. To that purpose, the board of examiners must receive a written and well supported request from the student well in advance. The board of examiners ensures that the examiners and student concerned are informed of its decision in writing and in a timely manner. Article 7.4 Exam format 1. Exams and integrated exams are taken in the formats stipulated in the appendixes of these regulations and as defined in paragraph 2 of articles 4.1 and 6.1, under point 12 (exams) and in paragraph 4 of articles 4.1 and 6.1, under point 11 (characteristics and formats of integrated exam). However, the board of examiners has the authority to decide otherwise in special cases. 2. The course department uses the following formats for exams and integrated exams: a. written (including computer based exam) b. oral (assessment interview, client meeting, presentation) c. practical (report) d. portfolio of professional products (written accounts, reports) Article 7.4a Learning track independent exams

19 1. Students who do not have sufficient evidence, in terms of previously passed exams or acquired certificates in higher education and/or other evidence of acquired competences, to be granted exemptions for exams but who nonetheless possess the required competences for the professional tasks related to one or more units can submit a request to the board of examiners to be considered for learning track independent exams. This also applies to students who do have sufficient evidence but do not wish to take a regular exam. 2. Students can participate in learning track independent exams at the start of or any time during their degree course without having taken the units that correspond to those exams or that teach students about the relationship between the professional tasks involved. 3. Following an evaluation of the request submitted by the student referred to in paragraph 1 and the accompanying documents, the board of examiners will make a reasoned decision. It will communicate this decision to the relevant student and the staff members directly involved in the matter within 20 working days of the request submission. 4. The decision described in the previous paragraph will also include the appointed examiners, the exam formats to be used, and/or whether these learning track independent exams will be taken according to the standard exam programme. Article 7.5 Exams and students with a disability or chronic illness The board of examiners will allow a student with a disability or chronic illness at his/her request to take exams in a manner adapted to their functional restrictions, in accordance with the provisions laid down in the institutionspecific section of the Student Charter. Article 7.6 Public nature of oral exams 1. In principle, oral exams are open to the public. 2. The board of examiners may in special cases limit or bar public access. Article 7.7 Announcement of exam results 1. Results for oral exams will be communicated to the student as soon as possible and no later than the following working day. 2. For other exams, i.e. exams other than oral exams, the examiner determines the results and ensures these are entered into the HAN student information system within 15 working days of the date on which those exams were taken. 3. At the student s request, the examiner will inform him/her of the exam result in writing. Article 7.8 Viewing rights The student has the right to review his/her assessed work, and the questions and assignments for written exams and to find out the standards on which the assessments were based within 20 working days of receiving the result of those exams.

20 Article 7.9 Exam exemptions 1. Students who can demonstrate, based on previously passed exams or acquired certificates in higher education and/or other evidence of acquired competencies, that they possesses the competences for the professional tasks belonging to one or more units may submit a request to the board of examiners to be exempted from taking one or more exam for one or more units in which these competences and professional tasks are taught. 2. Following an evaluation of the request submitted by the student and the accompanying documents, the board of examiners will make a reasoned decision. The board will then inform the student concerned and the staff members directly involved in the decision within 20 working days of the request submission. 3. An exemption can be granted based on previously completed exams or acquired certificates in higher education, official reports with a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and other knowledge and skills obtained in educational and other settings. When assessing requests as referred to in paragraph 1, the board of examiners uses the assessment criteria that follow from and are recorded in appendixes 1 and 4 to these regulations, under points 3 (professional tasks), 4 (central professional task), 5 (professional products), 10 (competences), 11 (assessment criteria) and 12 (examinations) and in appendixes 2 and 5 of these regulations under points 3 (professional tasks), 4 (professional products), 9 (competences), 10 (assessment criteria) and 11 (features and characteristics of integrated exams) of the details of the units referred to in articles 4.1 and 6.1 for exams in the units relevant to the exemption applied for by the student. 4. The board of examiners can decide to grant one or more exemptions based on the following: successfully passed exams or degree certificates from other degree courses, official reports of Recognition of Prior Learning, competence assessments conducted under the board s responsibility, and clearly defined work experience. The second sentence in the previous paragraph also applies here. 5. Exemptions based on decisions as referred to in the previous paragraph lead to abridged programmes for specific groups as described in Appendix Decisions made by the board of examiners as described in paragraph 4 apply for one academic year. These decisions are reviewed each year. 7. An exam for which an exemption has been granted is recorded as an exemption and is not awarded with a grade as described in Article 7.1. Article 7.10 The propaedeutic certificate 1. A student has earned the propaedeutic certificate once the board of examiners judges that he/she has passed all the exams and integrated exams for the units included in the propaedeutic phase as referred to in Article Passing an exam or integrated exam as described in the previous paragraph is understood to mean that the student has received a grade of 6 or higher or has been granted an exemption for that exam or integrated exam. 3. A student will have passed the propaedeutic degree cum laude if he/she obtained a grade of 8 or higher for all exams and integrated exams for the units during the propaedeutic phase as referred to in Article 4.1 and was granted no more than 30 credits worth of exemptions for those exams. The additional exams referred to in Article 3.7 are not taken into consideration when determining the cum laude distinction. Article 7.11 Meeting all requirements for the Bachelors degree 1. A student has met all requirements for the Bachelors degree once the board of examiners judges that he/she has passed all the exams and integrated exams for the units in the post propaedeutic phase as referred to in Article Passing an exam or integrated exam as described in the previous paragraph is understood to mean that the student has received a grade of 6 or higher or has been granted an exemption for that exam or integrated exam. 3. A student will have completed the Bachelors degree with merit if he/she obtained a grade of 7 or higher for all exams and integrated exams during the post propaedeutic phase as referred to in Article 6.1 and was granted no more than 75 credits worth of exemptions for those exams. The additional exams referred to in Article 3.7 are not taken into consideration for the with merit distinction. 4. A student will have passed the Bachelors degree cum laude if he/she obtained a grade of 8 or higher for all exams and integrated exams during the post propaedeutic phase as referred to in Article 6.1 and was granted no more than 75 credits worth of exemptions for those exams. The additional exams referred to in Article 3.7 are not taken into consideration when determining the cum laude distinction. Article 7.11a External supervisor 1. One or more external supervisors is appointed for each degree course or group of degree courses.

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