FAQ - Semester fee and students

Some of the following information refers to the status before WiSe 2021/22.

Here we answer your questions about semester fees and the end of your studies.

Semester fee

No, they will not. However, if you have failed an exam, you cannot repeat it in SoSe21 if you have not paid the semester fee. Thus, students have the personal responsibility here. 

No, but if an exam is not passed, it cannot be repeated in SoSe21 if you are not enrolled for it. Thus, students have the personal responsibility here.

Yes, you can find more information here:


The AStA or the university has no decision-making authority here. The AStA can only decide on the amount of 25 €. This is needed, among other things, to cover personnel costs.


Important: The printing contingent of 40 € is not financed by the semester fees, but is a "gift" from the university/faculties or from other funding opportunities.

Unfortunately, there is no way to claim these costs. 

No, you do not have to. However, if you have failed an exam, you cannot repeat it in SoSe21 if you have not paid the semester fee. Thus, students have the personal responsibility here.

Students

If examinations are still missing for graduation for which the student has actually registered in the current WiSe 20/21, i.e. the will to graduate is clearly and demonstrably evident and the BT or MT has already been registered or this is done by February 28 at the latest, then a hardship application can be submitted so that there are no open examinations. 

If examinations are still missing for graduation for which the student has actually registered in the current WiSe20/21, i.e. the will to graduate is clearly and demonstrably evident and the BT or MT has already been registered or this is done by February 28 at the latest, then a hardship application can be submitted so that there are no open examinations. However, all required ECTS must be completed in any case.

If the BT is already registered or this is done by February 28 at the latest, then a hardship application can be submitted. 

If examination achievements are still missing for graduation, for which the student has actually registered in the current WiSe20/21, i.e. the will to graduate is clearly and demonstrably evident and the BT is already registered or this is done by February 28 at the latest, then a hardship application can be submitted so that there are no open examinations. By Corona statute, all deadlines are suspended.

If examination results are still missing for graduation, for which the student has actually registered in the current WiSe20/21, i.e. the will to graduate is clearly and demonstrably evident and the BT is already registered or this is done by February 28 at the latest, then a hardship application can be submitted so that there are no open examinations. Thus, graduation in March is possible. 

If examination results are still missing for graduation, for which the student has actually registered in the current WiSe 20/21, i.e. the will to graduate is clearly and demonstrably evident and the BT is already registered or this is done by February 28 at the latest, then a hardship application can be submitted so that there are no open examinations. Thus, graduation in March is possible.  
In principle, the examination period in May also belongs to the WiSe20/21, so there is no additional semester. 

Up-to-date information on reinstated deadlines will be sent by mail via the Rector's Office.

Status SoSe 2021:

Deadlines are suspended due to the university's emergency operations. Colloquia can be held via WebEx.

No, the exams written in May count for WiSe20/21 and if successfully completed, this would be your last semester to be counted. The last exam taken determines your final semester.

Currently, an endorsement is being considered. 

The question is still being clarified. We will endeavor to provide an answer as soon as possible.