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Rules and regulations

Amsterdam Law School

There are multiple regulations that are important to you as a student. For example, how much time teacher gets to grade your exam or how many courses you can take per semester. On this page you find descriptions of the most important regulations and where you can find more information about them.

  • Students' Charter

    The UvA Students' Charter describes the rights and obligations of both students and the university. It consists of a general part applying to all students at the UvA and a part for specific disciplines.

  • Fraud and Plagiarism

    The regulations governing Fraud and Plagiarism for Amsterdam Law School students can be found in the Examinations Regulations.

  • Transitional arrangements

    Changes are made to the curricula of law schools almost every year. There are transitional arrangements for students who started a programme before a change took place and who may have problems with their study programme as a result. You can find the transitional arrangements in the UvA Course Catalogue.


If you have a question about the Teaching and Examination Regulations, please contact the Education Desk, or contact the Faculty's Student Council FSR.