Written exams need to be registered at latest three days before the date of the exam. A later registration is not possible.
To participate in a written exams, please make sure to bring your student ID card.
Registrations can be done via the HIS Online-Portal.
For those courses where oral exams are offered, you first need to register via the HIS Online-Portal. Next, you contact either the teacher or our secretaries to arrange a date for the exam.
Please make sure to bring your student ID card to the exam.
Exams will take place in the offices of the professors:
- Prof. Frank Kargl, Room O27-350
- Prof. Franz J. Hauck, Room O27-348
Online Oral Exams
During the Corona crisis, the university foresees oral online exams to substitute the oral exams which are currently not possible. The examiners of the institute will agree on taking oral online exams, if students requests them.
For this, some pre-conditions must be met on the side of the student:
- a camera showing the student's full upper half of the body at a neutral place (no aids) and without distractions,
- a microphone able to transmit answers of the student in clear and understandable form,
- a computer with sufficient Internet bandwidth to transmit camera images and audio from the microphone.
Examiner, assessor and student will be able to see and hear one another. As usual, the assessor writes a protocol of the examination. Neither the examiner nor assessor nor student are allowed to record the examination session.
The examiner may terminate the exam at any time, if he comes to the conclusion that
- the student uses prohibited aids, or
- the quality of the connection is so low that a qualified examination is no longer possible.
The exam then has to be repeated in full at a later date. With the registration to an online oral exam (especially marked in the system), students agree with these special conditions.
Besides, the procedure is the same as outlined above for ordinary oral exams: registration in the system and finding an examination date with our secretaries by e-mail.
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