On this page you can find an overview of (links to) practical information for your study. Are you looking for information about your study? Look here for Artificial Intelligence and here for Computing Science. Are you looking for an internship or graduate program, then check this page, and when you're looking for a job you can go here.
First of all, an overview of links you will often need:
- Nestor: The communication platform for all courses to students. Here you can find for instance lecture slides and practical assignments.
- Ocasys: The 'law' for rules and regulations regarding courses. Here you can for example find the definite way your grade for the course will be calculated.
- Progress: Here you can sign up for courses and exams, and you will be able to find the list of your grades here as well. The grades that are displayed on Progress are you final, definite grades!
Rules about study financing change constantly. For the most up to date information you can best go to Duo.
For the most diverse range of questions about (de)enrollment in the program & tuition fees you can go to the 'University Student Desk', also known as the USD.
Is there still something that you can't find the answer to? Or would you rather speak to someone in person at the Bernoulliborg? Then don't hesitate to ask a Cover member/the Board, your mentor or your study advisor for help or to answer your questions. For Artificial Intelligence the study advisor is Rachel van der Kaaij (make an appointment here) and for Computing Science Hanneke Niessink (make an appointment here).
Summaries and old exams can be found at here. If you have any other summaries or exams that aren't there yet we would love to recieve them! You can mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org or drop them off at our association room.
Are you not looking for tutoring but for a different kind of course, such as a course to help you with performance anxiety, learning how to answer multiple choice exams, presenting, writing articles or English, you can go to the SSC.
As an international student you can get more information about insurances, housing or other practical things at the International Student Desk. On this page you can find contact info.
Studying at the University of Groningen doesn't just mean diving into study books. You can find a lot of information about things regarding studying here. If you still have any questions you can always mail the board of Cover at email@example.com.
Our university and faculty have many representative organs. There are three categories of student representation: programme specific, faculty specific and university specific organs, each functioning by cooperating with each other. These student representation organs all serve to make life at the university easier for the students and staff, and make sure every body in our university does their work as correct and efficient as possible. Read more about student representation.