Extended Daytime Timetable

As some of you might be aware, the University proposed to introduce a new timetable, the Extended Daytime Timetable, to accommodate all education for the ever-growing number of students in Wageningen. Together with the StuCom (a delegation of all study commissioners in Wageningen) and a large number of study associations we wrote an open letter to the University, opposing to this idea for various reasons. The University has announced that the Extended Daytime Timetable will continue and be in effect from academic year 2018-2019.

One of the aspects of this new timetable is that there will be two large communal breaks. Even though this was not initially the case, it has now been arranged that all Food Programmes (so BLT, MFT, MFS and MFQ) will have this break together twice a week. More information on the Extended Daytime Timetable will arrive soon and we will notify you once this has become available.

5 keer bekeken

Recente blogposts

Alles weergeven

Update educational matters

FAQ Together with the M&Mcie, a frequently asked questions blog was made on the Nicolas Appert website. Multiple subcategories have been created with each their own questions like 'How do I subscribe

BSc Internship developments

The proposal for an Internship in the bachelor programme has been approved by the Programme Board (which was previously known as OWI board). There will now be the possibility to, in your bachelor free

BSc thesis rules clarification

We were asked, on behalf of the programme, to remind you of the rules for starting a BSc thesis as stated in the ‘OER 2017-2018’ Article 31a. This article states that to start a BSc thesis, a student

Our partners


Visiting address

Study Association Nicolas Appert
Droevendaalsesteeg 2 - Bodenummer 814
6708 PB Wageningen

Room 114, Forum Building

Contact us

(0317) 482033

  • Facebook - White Circle
  • Instagram - White Circle
  • LinkedIn - White Circle

© 2020 by Nicolas Appert