Timetables and exam schedules

Information on where to find your timetables and the exam schedules.


You can find your timetables via MY.VUB page Timetables & exam schedules or the faculty pages.

It is recommended to check your timetables daily. This way you are always up-to-date on the latest changes.
Practical information
  • The timetables for working students are displayed between 17:00 en 22:00.

  • Course units that are taught on Saturday, will often be held during the day. So remember to check the timetables from 08:00 to 18:00 as well.

  • The timetable will tell you in which weeks the classes will be held.

In this example, the classes will take place from week 2 to week 8 (included) and from week 10 to week 14 (included).


In this example classes will take place in week 2, week 4 to week 6 (included) and week 8 to week 14 (included).


For more information have a look at the frequent asked question 'How do I read my timetable?'.

  • Faculties might indicate that certain timetables are especially for working students:

    • the faculty Economic and Social Sciences and Solvay Business School uses the Dutch term 'Avondonderwijs (avond- en werkstudenten)'
    • the faculty Psychology and Educational Sciences uses 'Evening Classes' and/or the Dutch term 'Begeleidingsprogramma (werkstudenten)'
    • the faculty Law and Criminology uses the Dutch term 'Begeleidingsprogramma (werkstudenten)'

When you click on the aforementioned faculties you might find the abbreviation 'BP' (Begeleidingsprogramma, working students guidance programme) behind the study programme.

Exam schedules

Exam schedules can be found on the MY.VUB page Timetables & exam schedules or the faculty pages.

Article 106 of the Teaching and examination regulations states that the exam schedules:

  • of the first examination period (January + June) have to be published at least 4 weeks before the start of the examinations
  • of the second examination period (August) have to be published at least 2 weeks in advance.

The dates of the examination periods can be found in the academic calendar