The Honours Dean has the final responsibility, and sets out a vision and a policy for the Honours programmes of the University of Twente.
The Honours Programme Director is responsible for the development, execution, and organisation of the Honours programmes. The Honours Programme Director is also the head of the Honours Office.
The Honours Office is the executive management which solves problems, creates policies and organises activities to secure and monitor the continuity, quality and developments of the Honours programmes of the University of Twente. Furthermore, the Honours Office provides support to and consults with all the organs involved in the Honours programmes. To contact the Honours Office, please send an e-mail to email@example.com
The Examination Committee determines objectively and expertly whether a student meets the requirements set by the regulations of the Honours programmes with regard to the knowledge, insight and skills necessary to obtain a certificate. Furthermore, the committee has the final say in case of a dispute between students and teachers regarding the examination. To contact the Examination Committee, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Honours Education Committee offers the Honours Dean and the Honours Office solicited and unsolicited advice about the educational substance of the tracks, and about the Educational Regulations, quality, progress and development of the Honours programmes of the University of Twente. In advising, the Honours Education Committee takes the findings of the Honours Educational Quality Committee into account.
With students and teachers, the Honours Educational Quality Committee evaluates and assesses the quality of the Honours programmes and provides points for improvement to the Honours Office, the Honours Education Committee and the Honours Tracks. To contact the HEQC, please send an e-mail to: email@example.com.
The Honours Council consists of all the Faculty Deans of the University of Twente. This council advises on shaping the vision and the goals of the Honours programmes of the University of Twente. The current deans can be found on the websites of the individual faculties.
The Honours Tracks are the teachers and coordinators who are assessing, interviewing and teaching students, and developing the Honours programmes of the University of Twente. The current coordinators of the tracks can be found on the track-specific pages. The current teachers of the tracks can be found in OSIRIS.