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Examination and Study Regulations

The Examination and Study Regulations provide with the legally binding framework for the M.Sc. programme Environmental Geography. The English version of this document is available here. However, for any legal issues only the German version valid.

The Examination and Study Regulations document contains the following subjects:

§ 1    Purpose of the master's examination
§ 2    Admission to the programme; qualification
§ 3    Structure of full-time and part-time study and the master's examination; standard period of study
§ 4    Board of examiners
§ 5    Examiners and co-examiners
§ 6    Disqualification due to personal involvement; confidentiality
§ 7    Admission to the examinations
§ 8    Awarding credit transfers
§ 9    Times for holding examinations; announcing examination times and examiners
§ 10    Elements of the examination
§ 11    Form of examinations
§ 12    Master's thesis
§ 13    Credit point system
§ 14    Consideration of extenuating life circumstances
§ 15    Consideration of the special needs of disabled persons
§ 16    Grading of examinations
§ 17    Final grade
§ 18    Passing the master's examination
§ 19    Repeating individual examinations
§ 20    Notice of failing the master's examination
§ 21    Access to examination documents
§ 22    Defects in the examination proceedings
§ 23     Absence, withdrawal, cheating & policy violation
§ 24    Invalidating the master's examination
§ 25    Awarding the master's degree; diploma
§ 26    Academic advising
§ 27    Effective date
Annex 1: Modules, credit points, and examinations
Annex 2: Aptitude assessment process



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