Examinations for Fall Semester 2021: January 3 - 31, 2022 / Examinations for Spring Semester 2022: June 7 - 30, 2022 / Examinations for Fall Semester 2022: January 3 - 31, 2023
Exchange students from abroad taking courses in the Master’s of Law degree program may request (in writing, by specified deadlines) to take examinations during the last week of the semester, i.e. just before the winter holiday break or summer break.
Before a written examination begins, the supervisor will read aloud the following information to all examination takers:
Most importantly: Any students who are unable to write the examination due to physical or mental health problems must leave the room before the examination begins. They then must submit a medical certificate to the Dean's Office within the next few days. Anyone who stays in the room beyond this point must write the examination in its entirety and receive a grade for the examination.
Students wishing to take an examination must strictly adhere to the registration and withdrawal deadlines. No late registrations will be accepted.
Students must register for examinations with KSL.
The Dean's Office recommends that students request a meeting with their lecturer before appealing a grade. Students can also request a copy of their written exams taken during the Bachelor's main study period or the Master's degree program (please review and comply with the corresponding information and deadlines). After a meeting, if the student still wishes to appeal the grade, the following steps can be taken:
Anyone unable to attend an examination can write a written request to take the examination during the next standard examination period. The request must include a list of all affected examinations and a medical certificate and must be submitted to Ms. Sylvia Kilchenmann by email immediately. Otherwise, students will receive a grade of 1. The earliest possibility to repeat the examination will be during the next standard examination period.
Notifications regarding examinations (rearrangements, room changes), as well as other important information, are sent to the students’ email accounts. Students must check their student email accounts regularly.