Examinations

Legal basis: Section 9 of the Examination Procedure Regulations (PVO)

In addition to regular attendance at lectures, students must take examinations within the modules. The purpose of the examinations is to check that the module's learning target has been achieved. Examinations may take the form of, for example, seminar papers, written tests and assignments.

If several examinations are included in a module, the individual grades achieved on successful completion of the module together form the module grade. As a rule, this grade is incorporated into the overall grade for the Bachelor's or Master's degree programme.

As all scheduled examinations must be passed to complete the degree programme, all examinations are relevant to the final degree certificate and are therefore subject to registration.