Bachelor programme Fiscal Economics 2013-2014

Year 1

Term I 1
2
3
Term II
4
5
6

Year 2

Term III 1
2
3
Term IV
4
5
6

Year 3

Term V 1
2
3
Term VI
4
5
6

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Table Test

Year 1

Term I 1
Management of Organizations and Marketing (EBC1003)
Quantitative Methods I (EBC1007)
2
Microeconomics (EBC1011)
Accounting (EBC1015)
3
Reflections on academic discourse (EBS1001)
Term II
4
Macroecconomics (EBC1019)
Quantitative Methods II (EBC1035)
5
Finance (EBC2027)
International Economic Relations (EBC1031)
6
Economic Game (EBS1007)

Year 2

Term I 1
Management of Organizations and Marketing (EBC1003)
Quantitative Methods I (EBC1007)
2
Microeconomics (EBC1011)
Accounting (EBC1015)
3
Reflections on academic discourse (EBS1001)
Term II
4
Macroecconomics (EBC1019)
Quantitative Methods II (EBC1035)
5
Finance (EBC2027)
International Economic Relations (EBC1031)
6
Economic Game (EBS1007)

Year 3

Term I 1
Management of Organizations and Marketing (EBC1003)
Quantitative Methods I (EBC1007)
2
Microeconomics (EBC1011)
Accounting (EBC1015)
3
Reflections on academic discourse (EBS1001)
Term II
4
Macroecconomics (EBC1019)
Quantitative Methods II (EBC1035)
5
Finance (EBC2027)
International Economic Relations (EBC1031)
6
Economic Game (EBS1007)

Year 6

Term I 1
Management of Organizations and Marketing (EBC1003)
Quantitative Methods I (EBC1007)
2
Microeconomics (EBC1011)
Accounting (EBC1015)
3
Reflections on academic discourse (EBS1001)
Term II
4
Macroecconomics (EBC1019)
Quantitative Methods II (EBC1035)
5
Finance (EBC2027)
International Economic Relations (EBC1031)
6
Economic Game (EBS1007)

SBE Board

The Dean, assisted by a governing SBE Board, has operational autonomy and holds the final responsibility for all administrative and policy-making issues. In daily practice, responsibilities for respectively education, research, international profile & technology, and business operations, are delegated to the associate deans or to the managing director.

The Executive Board of the University appoints the Dean and the other members of the SBE Board. The Dean is accountable to the University’s Executive Board and is responsible for the school’s organisational structure, including the appointment of a Programme Board or a Programme Director for each study programme that is subject to the Dutch law.

SBE Board 

Prof. dr. Philip Vergauwen             Dean

Prof. dr. Peter Schotman              Associate dean of Research and Valorisation

Dr. Huub Meijers                         Associate dean of Education

Prof. dr. Mariëlle Heijltjes              Associate dean of Strategic Development and Internationalisation

Drs. Edward Peters RC                 Managing director

Rendy Jansen                             Student representative/advisor

Nathalie Dirks                             Secretary

Also refer to: SBE Organisation

Online Storage

Every student has her/his personal space (50MB) on the server to store data. This space is labeled as the I-drive and can be found as usual under “My Computer”.

Since this I-drive is restricted to your ID-number (e.g. I123456), no other person has access to it.

Next to this, every student has access to the UM content system, click here for more information

Graduation Questionnaire

 

Dear student,

Many congratulations on achieving your bachelor’s degree at Maastricht University.

To support our students in the best possible way, we would like to learn from your experiences. That’s why we would like to know about your future plans and what you expect from a future master’s programme. With this information we can ensure an even smoother transition between our bachelor’s and master’s programmes.

For this purpose, we’ve devised a questionnaire and would really appreciate it if you could take 10 minutes of your time to fill it in. You can find the questionnaire at: https://www.flycatcher.eu/surveys/B3E28_1.qms

Needless to say, all information will be treated confidentially.

Thank you very much for your cooperation!

Kind regards,
Jeanine Gregersen
Director Marketing and Communications

Compensation

‘Compensation’ for first year or first year repeat Bachelor’s students

BSc Education and Examination Regulation

Article 13 Awarding credits

  1. Awarding credits

The number of credits representing the full study load of a course, skills training or other educational unit will only be awarded in full. It is not possible to award part of the credits.

  1. Requirements

Credits are awarded by decision of the Board of Examiners upon the student’s fulfilment of all requirements of a course or skills training or other educational units by obtaining at least a grade 5.5, before rounding, on a 0.0 to 10.0 scale or a pass on the pass/fail scale.

  1. Exception

In the first-year Bachelor’s exam, credits may be awarded by decision of the Board of Examiners for only one (1) educational unit for which the student has obtained at least a grade 5.0, before rounding, if the student has fulfilled all other requirements of the first-year Bachelor’s programme. Subsequently the First-Year Bachelor’s exam has been successfully fulfilled and therefore it is not allowed to take a resit for the course or skills training for which the credits have been awarded according to the prerequisite in this section.

Please note that only at the end of the Academic year the Board of Examiners will check whether you meet the requirements for ‘Compensation’. You only have to inform the Exams Office if your grades in My UM portal are not correct via SurfYourSelf.

Please be reminded:

When compensation is awarded, you passed the course/skills training and consequently you passed the First-Year Bachelor’s exam (i.e. you obtained 60 ECTS credits).

It is not allowed to take a resit for the course/skills training which is compensated.