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As the Juridicum is closed at present, all letters by registered mail with return receipt cannot be delivered! Pls. send any and all letters by either normal or registered mail with confirmed insertion in the letter box instead ("Einwurfeinschreiben").

  • February 24, 2021: The updated version of the exam planning for the second exam period has been published ((-> left column -> dates and times).
  • February 24, 2021: The time table for the summer semester 2021 has been published (-> left column -> dates and times).
  • February 01, 2021: Please find the wording of the affidavit in the left column Dates and Times. It may be needed for the examinations.
  • January 27, 2021: Information about online exams can be found in "Information_Online Examinations" (-> left column -> dates and times).
  • January 20, 2021: Please note the updated announcement on the form and duration of the exams with regard to the withdrawal from the examination:
    Withdrawals in the winter semester 2020/2021 for all module examinations are possible up to the submission of the written thesis or immediately before the end of the oral examination up to 1 day before the examination via BASIS, afterwards and in the event of technical difficulties, by email to [Email protection active, please enable JavaScript.] (Mail from your @ address stating your matriculation number and the name of the module). If you do not submit the exam, do not show up ("no show") or cross out the exam automatically leads to a withdrawal from the respective exam. Those who submit an examination and fail will receive an additional attempt to repeat it. This rule only applies once for each examination across semesters and does not apply to attempts at cheating. Therefore, please refrain from withdrawing due to illness.
  •  December 15, 2020: Due to the expected closings of copy shops, the requirement to submit three bound versions of your thesis is no longer applicable. Instead, theses may be submitted as a (one) printout in a loose-leaf binder by post until the end of the "lockdown". Pls., only with original signature (NO scan) under the declaration of authorship.
  • August 31, 2020: You can find information regarding theses here. For those of you handing in your theses: pls. DO NOT send them by registered mail with return receipt - they will not arrive! Use registered mail with confirmed insertion in the letter box instead ("Einwurfeinschreiben").
  • November 28, 2017: Please note the information on how to change the Examination Regulations. 


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