Due to the Corona crisis the requirements have been changed for some batches of Honours students. All students who started the Honours programme Psychology in the academic year 2018-2019 and have any delay in the second semester of their second year (2019-2020) due to corona, get an extra semester to clear this backlog. Students who start the Honours programme in the academic year 2020-2021 must complete 150 ec in their 2nd and 3rd year in a period of two years. If in the second semester of their first year (2019-2020) they have some delay due to corona, they get an extra semester to clear this delay.
After you have completed your Bachelor, you have to do two things to request your Honours certificate:
The Examinations Board will assess whether your study track satisfies the requirements for the Honours Bachelor’s degree. If it does, you will be awarded an Honours certificate along with your Bachelor’s degree certificate.
Before the Bachelor’s degree certificate is awarded, the Examinations Board will notify you by email of whether you have satisfied the requirements for an Honours Bachelor’s degree.
There can be several reasons for a justification to the Examinations Board (please see above: ‘Requesting an Honours certificate’):
If you have not satisfied the requirements of the Honours programme for other reasons, but are of the opinion that you are still entitled to an Honours Bachelor’s degree, write a justification to explain your specific situation.
The GPA is a weighted average. All courses within the degree programme (180 EC) taken individually and assessed with a mark are included.
There is no maximum limit for the number of resits. Exams for which students have received a pass may not be retaken in order to increase the average.