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During course registration, you can submit your course preferences for the upcoming semester (16-week and 4-week periods).

Please read the Course Registration Guidelines for detailed instructions on how the process works for students at AUC. 

AUC Course Catalogue

In the AUC Course Catalogue (on the UvA website) you can find an overview of all courses that are offered at AUC, this is the official guide of which courses are offered and in which major they fit.

Tip: You can use the filters (left menu) to show only certain types of courses. To show only the courses being offered in one semester period, use the “Start in period” filter. Select the first box for the 16-week courses (September-December in semester 1; February-May in semester 2). Select the third box for the 4-week courses (January in semester 1; June in semester 2).

Always check AUC's Academic Standards and Procedures (AS&P) to make sure you meet the requirements for your graduation. This is the only official document, in which the requirements for graduation and information about following courses at AUC are clearly stated.

Tip: When Course Registration is open, you can select a course in the Course Catalogue and go straight into the course planner to register on that course, using the link “Add to course planner”.

AUC timetable

The timetable of all available courses can be found in AUC Portal.


If you have questions about how AUC Next affects your course planning or future Course Registration, please visit these FAQ's.

Course registration procedure Semester 2 (2023-2024)


Course registration period for Semester 2 Academic Year 2023-2024 (Spring 2024): 15 November 2023 at 08.00 – 1 December 2023  at 16.00

During the course registration period, you will be able to submit your request for five courses (4 in 16-week period, 1 in the intensive period) for the semester and ask to be registered for those courses. If you can't be registered for your first choice of course(s) for whatever reason, you must submit alternative choices. You will be contacted by the Registrar and Admissions team if this is applicable to you. You will have limited time to act upon this request. 

  • Prerequisite exception requests should be requested in the following periods:
    • 15 November 2023 08:00 until 27 November 2023 at 16:00 for your initial course preferences.
    • 11 December between 08:00 and 16:00 for alternative course choices.


AUC Portal is the digital interface by which you submit registration requests. AUC Portal can be accessed at Detailed instructions for using the system can be found in the AUC Portal User Guide. Please read the Course Registration Guidelines in full. It is your responsibility to understand the rules and guidelines regarding course registration and we cannot make exceptions to these rules and guidelines.

Course Market: 13 November 2023 from 12.30 to 13.45

All students are warmly invited to visit a new edition of the Course Registration Market for the Semester 2 courses in the Common Room. During the course registration market, AUC’s Heads of Studies and several lecturers will be available to discuss existing courses, introduce you to new courses on offer in Semester 2, and answer any curriculum-related questions you may have. Are you curious about the contents of some of our new courses? Would you like to learn more about how different courses connect? Visit the Common Room during the Course Market on Monday 13 November 2023 from 12.30 to 13.45.

Service Desk Office Hours

For questions about Course Registration, you may also visit us during the Service Desk Office Hours. Office hours are hosted in-person at the reception desk in the AUC Academic Building from Monday to Thursday from 12.30 to 13.30.


More information about Add/Drop can be found here.

Additional resources for Semester 2 Course registration