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The members of the staff in the Examinations Office will gladly assist you
- in person during the consultation hours on Tuesdays 1 pm – 5 pm (except Katja Kaozok 1 pm - 3 pm)and Thursdays 1 pm - 3 pm
- during the non-teaching period Tuesdays and Thursdays 1 pm – 3 pm
- by telephone outside of consultation hours only.
- For more information about the staff members, please click on the individual names.
Industrial Design, Game Design
Konservierung und Restaurierung/Grabungstechnik, Informationstechnik/Vernetzte Systeme, Informations- und Kommunikationstechnik, Geo- und Feldarchäologie
Responsibilities of the Examinations Office
The Examinations Office deals with all examination-relevant matters. It is responsible for
- the final processing of accredited modules and examinations when changing study programme or university,
- examination registrations,
- repeatability of modules and examinations,
- grades and module certificates, degree certificates and grade transcripts,
- applications to complete the Bachelor’s or Master’s thesis,
- dealing with any uncertainties regarding accreditation of modules or deciding whether additional modules are required when changing universities/study programmes, students who wish to discontinue their studies or are behind with their study programme,
- automatic de-registration in the case of irrevocably failed modules or failure to fulfil the study programme requirements,
- issuing of duplicates and legalisation/officially attested copies of degree certificates and grade transcripts,
- preliminary attestation of degree certificates for use abroad.
Responsibilities of the examination board
The examination board is appointed by the faculty committee for each study programme and
- decides on the accreditation of modules and examinations,
- decides on appeals against assessments of modules and examinations on the basis of written justification,
- decides in special hardship cases on failure to observe the repeatability period,
- decides on potential disadvantage compensation,
- grants permission for students to write their final thesis,
- is responsible for approving changes to the thesis title or topic or the withdrawal of a topic and for the extension of the writing period for a final thesis.