Tips for organizing a written exam
Tips for the organization of a written exam
Administration of examinations/ courses of studies/ double
QisPos: Bachelor - students of the examination regulations 2012 until 30.09.2022
CAS-Campus: All Master students, Bachelor students of the examination regulations 2015
Administration of theses
Registration of a thesis:
- Admission letter (green slip, filled in by the student).
- Assignment (with start date! Signed by the person submitting the assignment).
- Documents are sent by the examiner/secretary to the respective examination board.
- Topic, start date etc. will be entered in the system by the Master's or Bachelor's examination board.
Please note: Students must fulfil the prerequisites to start a thesis (Bachelor thesis: at least 120 ECTS, Master thesis: PAT and at least three other modules of the Extended Fundamentals as well as the professional internship). The prerequisites can only be checked when registering the thesis in the examination board!
Detailed information can be found under the following links: Bachelor theses Master theses
Publication of examination results
Please note the data protection regulations (PDF).
Grades can be made provisionally visible in the campus management system. A notice of grades is therefore not required! Grades that have been made provisionally visible can still be changed by the examiner/ exam administrator after the examination has been viewed. Changes of published grades are only possible by the performance coordinators of the faculty (Marion Benoit, Barbara Freudig, Julia Hofer).
Important dates - Setting up/changing a course offering
must be published 6 weeks before the start of lectures (September 1 or February 1). Please inform the module coordinator (Barbara Freudig) of any changes in good time. Please note that when the module handbooks are published, any changes that affect the
should also be available. Please report any changes to your course in good time to the course scheduler (Volker Gaukel or Klaudia Merkle).
Setting up a new course/ discontinuation of a course
If you want to offer a new course, you need
- a lecture date/ room
- a module description
- an assignment to a module/subject/program of study
Please contact the module coordinator and the timetable planner.
If a course expires, this should ideally be announced before the course is offered for the last time!
(Freudig, Benoit, Hofer)
|Course coordinator (Gaukel, Merkle, Hofer)|
(Freudig, Gaukel, Merkle)