Irregular course registration

Go to 'Regular course registration'

For your first semester

Please note that first year students do not have to register for their courses in the first semester during the official course registration period. Read the paragraphs below for the alternative arrangement.

As of the second semester all students need to register through SIS.

Faculty of Science
To register for courses at the Faculty of Science, please use the 'master enrol' form in DataNose. This form will open after regular course registration is closed. If this does not work, please send an email to the Faculty's course registration desk.

master enrol form (DataNose)

The deadline for course registration for your first semester is two weeks after classes started. 

Faculty of Humanities
To register for courses at the Faculty of Humanities, please send an email to the Programme Administration Philosophy or go to their office in person. Please mention that this is your first semester as a Master of Logic student and give them your UvAnetID and a list of the courses you wish to be registered for, including their course code (to be found in the Uva Course Catalogue).

Programme Administration Philosophy

UvA Course Catalogue

The deadline for course registration for your first semester is two weeks after classes started.

At this Faculty courses tend to fill up and you might be put on a waiting list. In that case, go to the first class and inform the lecturer that you are on the waiting list. Most of the times, many of your fellow students drop out and you can be officially registered after all. In the meantime ask the lecturer to add you to Canvas manually, if necessary.

Late registration

If you didn't register before the deadline, you can try to submit a late application. 

Faculty of Science
For courses at the Faculty of Science please use the late enrolment form in DataNose.  The form will ask for a valid reason. 'I want to take this course after all and I have the teacher's permission,' is considered sufficiently valid.
If this does not work, please send an email to the Faculty's course registration desk

Late enrolment form

Faculty of Humanities
To register late for courses at the Faculty of Humanities, please send an email to the Programme Administration Philosophy or go to their office in person. Please mention why you are late, give them your UvAnetID and a list of the courses you wish to be registered for, including their course code (to be found in the UvA Course Catalogue).

You will most likely be put on a waiting list. In that case, go to the first class and inform the lecturer that you are on the waiting list. Most of the times, many of your fellow students drop out and you can be officially registered after all. In the meantime ask the lecturer to add you to Canvas manually, if necessary.

Please contact the Faculty's Education Desk.

Programme Administration Philosophy

UvA Course Catalogue

Registration for courses at other Dutch Universities

To take a course at another Dutch university, please follow these steps:

1. Obtain permission from the relevant Master's programme at the other university to take their course (in view of prerequisites, space constraints, etc.). Should they in turn ask for permission from the MoL, please ask for a letter granting this permission by emailing the MoL office.

Please beware that permission to take a course is not the same as permission to use that course towards graduation.

2. Enrol as a bijvakstudent at the other university. Some universities explain how to do this on their website; some you have to contact directly. (Google the Dutch word 'Bijvak' and the university of your choice, go to the page and then switch the page to English.)
While enrolled at the UvA you do not need to pay tuition fees at the other university. They will, however, require a 'proof of payment', which you can get at the Student Service Desk of the UvA.

3. To register a course taken at another university, go to your Academic Plan. Click the button “+add an elective” and choose the option that says “external course”. After filling out the required information about the course (institution, number of EC, etc.) you have to upload the transcript. After doing so and clicking “save” your request will be sent to the Examination Board for approval. Please note that when your request has been approved this does not mean that the course will be automatically incorporated into your academic plan. At the final approval of your academic plan when nearing graduation, the Examination Board will check any overlap between the content of your external courses and your UvA courses.

Student service desk UvA

Academic plan

VU (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
More specific information for courses at the Vrije Universiteit (VU) can be found on the website below.
Please note: the info at 'I am a student at the University of Amsterdam's Faculty of Science' on the bottom of the page does not apply to MoL students, since the MoL is not a joint programme with VU.

VU: application procedure secondary courses

MasterMath
Registration for courses in the MasterMath is an exception to the rules above. Instead, visit the MasterMath website to register. Your grades will be automatically registered at the UvA.

MasterMath website

Registration for research projects

coordinated research projects
To register for the coordinated research projects organised in January and June, contact the lecturer of the project in question and ask for permission to join.

individual research projects
The registration of individual research projects is done by the lecturer. Right at the start of the project they register the project in DataNose with the title of the project, a short description, and in case the amount of EC is not 6, an explanation. When the project is finished the lecturer enters the grade in DataNose (for projects the grade is Pass or Fail).

Instruction for lecturers

Registration still not successful?

If a registration request for certain courses is not granted and you feel this is not right, please contact Tanja Kassenaar.


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