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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").

Dear students, together with various other key players, we are currently working at full speed to find alternative solutions (exam period, exam format etc.) in order for the second exam phase of the winter semester 2019/2020 to take place. So as to guarantee the quality of the exams and the many legal parameters, we ask for your understanding and patience as creating alternatives may take some time, yet. As soon as we have any official results, we will publish them immediately. Please read up daily about possible updates on our website.


  • April 07, 2020: We were able to add Mechanism Design and Social Choice to the exam schedule as a take-home exam (pls. see updated exam schedule under Dates and Times).
  • April 07, 2020: The exams of the 2nd exam period of the winter semester 2019/20 will take place from April 14 until April 24, 2020 in the exam format "take-home exam" and "oral exam in Zoom". The exams with the exam format "online exams" cannot take place at this time. As soon as the necessary technical requirements are in place, we will inform you immediately.

In the Exam Schedule you can see, which exam format your examiner has opted for and the day(s) that exam is/are taking place (on the left, under Dates and Times). Your examiner will inform you about the exact time/duration of your exam(s) and how it/they will be conducted.

Anyone who registered for the exam during the regular registration period (Feb. 28 - March 03, 2020) will be able to participate. Those of you who first registered at that time and then de-registered/withdrew from the exam, may once again register for that particular exam until Thursday, April 09, 2020 at noon by e-mail to the Exam Office ([Email protection active, please enable JavaScript.]) -> "take-home exams" and "oral exams in Zoom" only.

All students may de-register/withdraw from their registered exams in BASIS until Friday, April 10, 2020. This de-registration cannot be revoked after that.

If you want to take part in the above mentioned exams (except for "online exams")and conform to the conditions as set out above, send us the declarations of consent for "Take-home exams" and/or for "Oral exams in Zoom" by e-mail until April 09,2020 and then the form (signed in the original) by post. Those of you who do not send us the declaration of consent cannot participate in the exam. 

Information on the exam format "Take-home exam" is summarized here.

On the left, under Dates and Times, you can find the updated time table for the summer semester 2020 incl. deadlines.

  • April 03, 2020: Master thesis allocation for supervisors has not taken place, yet. We ask for bit more of your patience and hope to have finished the new allocation after Easter at the latest..
  • March 25, 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").
  • March 23, 2020: Please note: In order to avoid the risk of infection, the office hours of the Examination Office are canceled from March 16 up to April 19, 2020. For urgent concerns, please send us an email. We will answer your emails as soon as possible. Urgent cases will be prioritized. Please do not contact us by phone as this will lead to further delays in processing.
  • March 16, 2020: Update: Dear students, all exams of the second exam period (March 17 - March 30, 2020) have been cancelled. The Examination Office will inferm you as soon as possible when the exams can be (re-)taken. Please note: We cannot answer individual inquiries regarding alternative examination dates.
  • October 23, 2019: On the left under Dates and Times you can find information on the exam form and duration for the winter semester 2019/20.
  • September 26, 2018: The master module Monetary Economics is also part of the study field Financial Economics as of winter semester 2018/19 according to an Examination Committee decision (before only Macroeconomics and Public Economics).
  • November 28, 2017: Please note that the Examination Committee has decided to change the prerequisites for Advanced Modules. 
  • November 28, 2017: Please note the information on how to change the Examination Regulations. 



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