Rules Board of Examiners / OER
Article 12 Board of Examiners
A Capita selecta is to provide the opportunity to explore a specific topic within the field of Biomedical Engineering in depth, which is not available as a regular course. Or which cannot be incorporated in the student’s course list as regular course.
If you want to do a Capita Selecta and/or have a Capita Selecta on your course list, you need approval of the Board of Examiners for the content. You have to hand in the form with your request, which can be found on the website of BME. It is allowed to hand in your course list earlier, and specify the Capita Selecta later. However, you need approval of the content before starting the Capita Selecta.
Selected Topics in Biomedical Engineering concern a specific assignment to investigate, explore or research a specific topic in field of Biomedical Engineering. The assignment has to be concluded by a written report. The topic is selected and supervised by a scientific staff member of one of the Biomedical Engineering groups. The duration of the assignment is at most 140 hours (i.e. max 5EC).
Process: Contact an (associate) Professor of the specific BME research chair. Formulate an assignment, write it down including a short motivation and clear learning objectives (max 1 A4), and communicate this to the examination board for approval.
What should you motivate (as much as possible) in your request?
- See the Capita selecta form;
Which information do you need to provide?
- The Capita Selecta form
We advise you to send your request before submission to the study advisers for feedback. When you have any doubts about your request, please discuss with one of the study advisers before making a request.
Check the meeting schedule of the examination board for the deadline for submitting your request.