See Public Administration information for current students

Links to educational systems and services

Timetables and academic calendar

This link refers to MyTimetable, where you can find the timetable for a specific module by searching with a module name or module code.

Via this link more general information will be provided about the organization behind the timetables and scheduling. The academic calendar gives an overview of the starting and finishing of periods/modules/courses, when official (public) holidays are planned, and when the re-sit period takes place during Summer (after period 2B).

Module/course registration

OSIRIS is the student information system in use at the UT. This page is meant for questions about the front end of OSIRIS. This front end has both a Student module and a Lecturer/Supervisor module.

Educational applications (osiris, electronic learning environment, etc.) 

This website is about the educational applications at the UT. In the section ‘About the applications’ you will find all information. Click on the logos to go to the documentation of a specific system. You can find information for new students here.

Library, ICT Services & Archive (LISA)

University Library, ICT and Archive combined in one service. Our services are diverse, but connected by the ever-growing importance of digitalization at the University of Twente. By joining forces, we can provide better and more efficient support in research, education, and business operations.

TCP Language Centre

Improving your skills will help you perform better in your work or study. The TCP Language Centre offers professional support in languages, communicative skills, academic writing, study and employability skills to staff and students at the University of Twente. Click here if you want more information


The Complain Desk is for all formal complaints, appeals or objections from students regarding education-/student-related matters (also decisions and procedures of the examination boards)


This is the website of the Centre for Educational Support (CES). Are you looking for a certain CES employee? Have a look at the CES who-is-who (intranet).


If you're an employee of the UT and have a question about testing & assessment or Examination Board issues, or would like some support or advice, feel free to contact a member of our CELT Examination Team.
Here you can find information and tips about testing & assessment for lecturers and examiners.
Here you can find information for Examination board members, administrators or educational managers.


This table is meant to serve as an aid for the Examination Boards of educational programmes within the University of Twente. 
Students can use the table as a guidance to check if their proposed exchange courses represents enough workload.


The Ministry of Education, Culture and Science (OCW) is working on a smart, skilled and creative Country. OCW works for pupils, students and their parents, but also for artists and museum visitors. For teachers and teachers from primary to higher education. And for scientific researchers and employees of radio and television, libraries and art institutions. Click here if you need more information (Dutch version)


The Inspectorate of Education assesses and promotes the quality of the higher education system. We also monitor the financial regularity, efficiency and continuity and compliance with statutory regulations by institutions in higher education. In case of serious incidents, we can conduct an investigation at an institution. Click here if you need more information (dutch version)


A test is an investigation of knowledge, skills and insight of a student. A student has to deliver only his own and original work. If not, it will be considered as fraud or plagiarism. Also free-riding behaviour, that is benefiting from other people's efforts in group assignments while not putting in the same effort as the other group members, can be considered as fraud. When an examiner detects fraud in a test or assignment he or she has to report this to the examination board. The board then investigates the case and determines whether sanctions will be applied and what they will be. Read more about Fraude and Free-rinding here