Filing an appeal
You can file an appeal if you do not agree with a written decision of, for example, the examination Board of Examiners of your faculty. Before filing an appeal first check the faculty specific information concerning the inspection and complaint procedure.
Faculty specific information concerning the inspection and complaint procedure (first login with your UM account)
You file an appeal if you do not agree with:
- decisions of examination boards and examiners (this includes assessments for exams, theses, et cetera)
- binding study advice (BSA)
- the referral in the post-propaedeutic phase
- admission to examinations
- the scope of exemptions
- decisions based on research studies
- colloquium doctum (additional verbal or written examination for admission to the university)
- admission to a master's programme
You can also file an appeal if an administrative body refuses to take a decision.