min-lneer100i  2019-2020 

Information session at the start of the year

Enrolling on the minor
1. Organization 
Students take courses worth 15 credits in group 2 ans 15 credits in group 3.
To take full advantage of the training on offer, students are advised to attend the communicative skills courses and the accompanying exercise sessions. Different exercise sessions will be held at different times.

2. Admission to the minor
Due to teaching restraints, the number of students is limited to 50.
Any student wishing to enrol in Dutch studies will submit an application comprising the following to the academic coordinator for the minor:
- a cover letter in Dutch;
- a CV;
- a statement of any results obtained in Dutch at the University, or any other information in support of their application;

This file must be sent to the LMOD Administrative Office and the Academic Coordinator for the minor by 30 August at the latest.
A level test will be organised Tuesday 17th Septembre 2019 at 6 pm at the ERAS57.

3. Enrolling on the minor and checking enrolment
In the academic year after the first 45 credits have been gained :
Students will arrange for their programme to be checked by the academic coordinator for the minor using the enrolment form. They will then enrol in their minor online, after previously having enrolled in their year of study.
In the following academic year, students are automatically re-enrolled in the same minor subject

Requests for exemption to this rule should be submitted to the study adviser for the relevant faculty.

The academic coordinator for the minor will approve the programme composition for the second part of the minor using the enrolment form.

4. Changes to the minor enrolment
Students who wish to make any changes to their enrolment choices must submit a request to their own faculty's study adviser, stating their reasons, before 10 October.

Course timetable
1. View the course timetable
The timetable is available at:
Students should also consult the faculty's general timetable: ( for courses that are not included in the minor timetable.
Last-minute changes will be posted on the "student bulletin board" at

2. Resolving timetable clashes using the equivalence table
The equivalence table may be consulted at the office of the programme committee for the minor in question. Contact: the person in charge of the minor, for advice and approval of any change(s) requested.

Available support
Information on the course service

Some courses offer online support. Request information from the course instructor.
Where offered, alternative teaching arrangements are available only to students who have signed up for a class as part of their minor and can prove they are unable to attend the class in question. The teacher's written consent is required.

Organization of exams
1. Registering for exams
Students will register online for their minor course exams at the same time as they register for their major course exams. If they experience any problems, they should contact their own faculty office or programme committee.

2. Consulting exam timetables
The exam timetables can be found at:

Note: to register on the "open" lists for some exams, students should contact the central office for the Faculty of Philosophy, Arts and Letters direct.