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Information on exam registrations – 30 November is registration deadline for WIWIF and PHILF

30 November is the exam registration deadline for examinations administered by the Faculty or Business, Economics, Information Systems and the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.

Those intending to sit examinations administered by the Faculty of Business, Economics and Information Systems (WIWI) and the Faculty of Arts and Humanities (PHIL) this winter semester 2017-18 should hurry: the HISQIS registration portal will close at the end of Thursday, 30 November 2017.

You may cancel existing exam registrations via HISQIS until Monday, 15 January 2018.
If you have any questions please contact the Examinations Office.

Sitting examinations for mark improvement

You may register for an exam for mark improvement using the 'Notenverbesserung' form until Thursday, 30 November 2017 and put it into the box in front of the Examinations Office, the mailbox at the Administration building or send it by post. Withdrawal from (cancellation of) your exam registration for mark improvement is possible using HISQIS until Monday, 15 January 2018 inclusive. The form is available from the Examinations Office web page for your degree programme.

Registering for examinations of the Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics

For the FIM examinations, you may apply for exam date 1 from 11 December 2017 to 15 January 2018 inclusive (withdrawal/cancellation is possible until 15 January); for exam date 2 you can register from 11 December 2017 until 11 March 2018 (withdrawal/cancellation until 11 March).

Examinations of the Faculty of Law

The registration dates at the Faculty of Law are announced by the faculty directly.
If you encounter any difficulties with registration or cancellation, please submit a letter requesting registration/withdrawal to your contact at the faculty within the registration dates or, in the case of a cancellation, immediately. Don't forget to sign the letter!

Best regards,
The Examinations Office

| 28.11.2017