In the teaching phase, the course will be taught by the course coordinator or a colleague teacher. The course coordinator has to be available during the course, as a contact person for the students (for example for questions about the content or the assignment).
A (theoretical) course is assessed by the examiner (a staff member of Utrecht University or University Medical Center Utrecht). Often the course coordinators themselves are the examiners. More information about the time limit for marking tests can be found in the Education and Examination Regulations.
Students with extra time
During your exam there might be students that are entitled to extra time. To qualify for this, students need to have a contract issued by the academic counsellor. Students that are entitled to extra time can be viewed in Osiris Docent (all contracts will be visible there as of April 1st, 2021). Additionaly, GSLS students always receive a copy of the contract so in case the course examiner has no access to Osiris Docent, students can be asked to provide their contract directly to the examiner.
Students outside of the GSLS may not have a received a contract. In this case Osiris Docent needs to be used to determine whether the student qualifies. If you have no access to Osiris Docent the academic counsellor can perform this check.