Registration for a minor is mandatory for UT students and is only possible during the period described on this website through OSIRIS-student.
An UT student can register for a maximum of 30 ECTS in OSIRIS, this is equivalent to 2 minors of 15 ECTS each.
After the registration period, your Bureau of educational affairs will check if you meet the (if applicable) ECTS requirement set by your study programme. If you meet the requirement, your minor will be approved. The result of the check will be visible on your study progress overview in Osiris. If you don't meet the requirements, you will receive an e-mail from the Bureau of Educational Affairs. For questions, contact your study adviser.
There’s no need to register for the corresponding module. You will be registered for the module automatically a few weeks before the minor starts. This only applies for minors for which you can register yourself via OSIRIS (not for the Exchange minor and the Transfer minor).
For minors of the first quartile, registration for the corresponding module takes place around the first of August. For the second quartile this will be around the start of the regular registration period. After the registration for the module, you will be granted access to the Canvas course site.
Registration for a minor of the first semester (quartile 1A and 1B) was possible from the 27th of March (from 9 am) until the 27th of May.
Questions? Send an email to email@example.com.
A lot of our minors have limited places. This means, if the maximum has been reached, you won’t be able to register anymore. The minors with a maximum of participants are (this list is still changing till the registration period, keep an eye on this website):
- Aerospace Management & Operations
- Aircraft Engineering
- Creating Biological Tissues
- Crossing Borders
- Cybersecurity & Cybercrime
- Damage Control
- Educative Minor (Dutch minor: Leren Lesgeven)
- Electric Circuits
- Facilitating Technological Change
- Finance for Engineers
- Going Viral
- Governance of Innovation and Socio-Technical change
- Industry 4.0 with Human Touch
- Lab on a Chip
- Materials for the Design of the Future
- New Media
- Smart Cities - Multifunctional Flood Defences
- Smart Environments
- Smart Technology
- Smart Ways to get Smart Cities Smarter
- Soft and Biological Physics
- The Privacy Paradox
- Transport Phenomena in Biological Systems
- We Create Identity
- Professional Learning in Organisations
Make sure to register during the minor registration period. Once you've made up your mind, register as soon as possible to make sure you can participate in the minor(s) of your choice (this doesn't apply for Leren Lesgeven and Crossing Borders, due to a intake procedure). Don't forget to register for period 1A and 1B during the registration period.
During the second semester it’s also possible to take minors. Registration is also in OSIRIS, the registration period will be announced later this year. The UT offers a lot less minors during the second semester though.
It’s not possible to register in OSIRIS for the following minors:
- Minor abroad – to take a minor abroad there’s a procedure to be followed. Eventually your study programme will make sure you get registered for a so called exchange minor.
- Minor at another educational institute – if your minor is approved, your study programme will make sure you get registered for a so called exchange minor.
- Transfer minor – more information can be retrieved from your own study programme and the programme you want to transfer to.
Every student can register for 30 EC of minors, which is in principle 2 minors of 15 EC each. If you opt for the 30 EC version of learning to educate it is only possible to register for this minor.
If you have already registered for 30 EC of minors and would like to follow an additional minor still, please contact the central coordinator Major-minor.
If you are still experiencing problems with registration after consulting this website, the website of your study programme and your peers, please send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.