Student Charter 2021-2022
The Student Charter 2021-2022 comprises the rights and obligations of Wageningen University students. These rights and obligations are based on Wageningen University regulations, but also on legislation that applies to students at all Dutch universities.
The Executive Board is responsible for the charter and takes care of it's yearly update, if necessary. Possible urgent changes will be made known to students via Resource and My Portal. The Student Charter is published on the website of Wageningen University, in both Dutch and English.
Rights may be derived directly from the charter, with the exception of the passages which, despite our best efforts, are in conflict with legislation.
The charter consists of two parts: a programme specific part and an institutional part. The programme specific part, dealing with the structure and courses of each programme, may be found in the Study Handbook. The institutional part of the charter consists of the regulations mentioned on this page.
The Student Charter is decided upon by the Executive Board after approval of the Student Council.
Wageningen University organisation
|The organisation of Wageningen University||Description organisation of the university: chair groups/ departments, management study programmes, management research and students’ co-management|
Education and research
|Education and Examination Regulations Wageningen University (general part)||Rules for education and examinations in the bachelor and master programmes of Wageningen University. Programme specific information about education and examinations may be found in the Study Handbook (WU).|
|Rules and Regulations Examining Boards of Wageningen University||Rules and regulations for examinations in the bachelors and masters programmes Wageningen University; role and responsibilities examining boards.|
|Privacy Statement Proctoring Online Examination||In this Privacy Statement on remote proctoring during online examination, WUR indicates which personal data is collected and for which purpose. In addition, you can read about your rights as a data subject and how to contact us.|
|Code of Conduct Foreign Languages||Guidelines regarding the use of foreign languages in Wageningen University education.|
|Retention period remote proctoring||Explanation on the retention period of remote proctoring|
|Netherlands Code of Conduct for Research Integrity||Rules which everyone involved in Wageningen University research (students and staff), is bound by.|
|Guidelines for working in Multicultural Settings||Wageningen University & Research guidelines about how people should interact in an international, multicultural organisation.|
|Education and Examination Regulations BTO||Rules for education and examinations in the bachelor programme Tourism (Joint Degree). Programme specific information about education and examinations BTO may be found in the Study Handbook (WU).|
|Rules and Regulations Examining Board BTO||Rules and Regulations for examinations in the bachelor programme Tourism (Joint Degree), role and responsiblities examining board.|
|Education and Examination Regulations Master Water Technology (joint degree) (general section)||Rules for education and examinations in the master programme Water Technology (Joint Degree). Programme specific information about education and examinations MWT may be found in the Study Handbook (WU).|
|Rules and Regulations Examining Board MWT||Rules and Rregulations of the Examining Board of the Joint Degree for examinations in the master programme MSc Water Technology (Joint Degree), role and responsibilities examining board.|
|Education and Examination Regulations MMD (MADE)||Rules for education and examinations in the master programme Metropolitan Analysis Design and Engineering (Joint Degree). Programme specific information about education and examinations may be found in the Study Handbook (WU) or the Study Guide (TUD).|
|Rules and Regulations Examining Board MMD (MADE)||Rules and regulations for examinations in the master programme Metropolitan Analysis Design and Engineering (Joint Degree), role and responsibilities examining board.|
Student facilities and study supervision
|Student Facilities||Description of the student facilities, different from education facilities.|
|Study Supervision and Student Counselling||Description of the study supervision and student counselling facilities.|
|Studying with a functional limitation||Description of the support for students with a fuctional limitation.|
|Regulation WU contribution to student's expenses||Regulation about what expenses of students are for the account of the university and what expenses are for the account of students themselves.|
|Profiling Fund||Fund combining a number of financial support regulations: 1) Student Financial Support Regulation (FOS), 2) WU study financing for students in Social Sciences master programmes, 3) Study Grants for non-EER students, 4) Social Emergency Fund.|
|Regulation Vaccination and Travel Funding||Regulation for the funding of vaccination and travel costs related to minors, internships and theses abroad.|
Rights, obligations and legal protection students
|Regulations for enrolment (regular)||Rights and obligations of Wageningen University students, enrolled 'as a student', 'as an extraneous', as linkage student or education module student.|
|Regulations for enrolment (non-regular)||Rights and obligations of Wageningen University students, enrolled as a national or international guest student, PhD candidate or contract student.|
|Code of Conduct International Students||The national Code of Conduct comprises the agreements with regard to international students at Dutch institutions for higher education with regard to for example, information provision, language requirements and study supervision and study progress. See https://www.internationalstudy.nl/?lang=en for the brochure with amongst others information about a complaint procedure.|
|Legal protection students||Regulations and procedures on legal protection for students. Important in case a student does not agree with a decision or the behaviour of a department or employee of the University. Here you can find more information about how to submit an objection, appeal or complaint, as well as paragraphs about privacy, working conditions, the use of the WUR-network, the confidential advisor for students, copyright and disciplinary measures. Students can submit an objection, appeal or complaint via this webpage.|
|Protection of Personal Data regulations||Regulations in which the university explains how personal data are protected.|
|Network regulations||Code of behaviour for the use of Wageningen UR network facilities.|
|Regulations for Camera Surveillance||Regulations concerning the use of surveillance cameras at Wageningen UR.|
|Matching advice regulations||Matching advice procedure for prospective students.|
|Protocol Confidential Counsellor undesirable behaviour Wageningen University & Research||The protocol describes the role, tasks and responsibilities of the confidential counsellor. The confidential counsellor is mainly a listening ear for the employee, PhD-candidate or student who faces undesirable behaviour.|
|Complaints Procedure undesirable behaviour Wageningen University & Research||The procedure describes how an employee, PhD-candidate or student who faces undesirable behaviour may submit a complaint to the Executive Board via a so called complaints officer.|
|Complaints procedure students||The Wageningen University Student Complaints Procedure regulates how students can submit a complaint* and how the complaint is subsequently handled. * A separate regulation applies to complaints relating to undesirable behaviour: WUR Complaints Regulations undesirable behaviour. See this statute.|