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Ongoing study programme

Important information for your studies

Find out about lecture timetables, examination schedules and lists of resources for your degree programme. You will also find important dates for your degree programme.

Studierende bereiten sich auf die nächste Vorlesung vor.

Notice board, information and dates

Here you will find information on all important semester dates (start of semester, exam registration, lecture period, exam period, enrolment deadlines, etc.) and see messages that are posted on the notice board.


The tutoring programme of the Faculty of Interdisciplinary Studies offers semester-accompanying start-up support for engineering studies.

Students from higher semesters offer their support in the basic subjects of the first two semesters and in some modules of the third and fourth semesters. The tutorials are financed from the former tuition fees (study grant funds).

The tutorials not only deepen and supplement the subject matter of the corresponding course. You also have the opportunity to learn together in small groups and receive important tips for self-study.

Ein voller Vorlesungssaal während einem Vortrag

Information for first-year students

The most important information for a successful start to your studies.

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Zwei Personen sitzen an einem Tisch nebeneinander.

Final theses

Information and documents on theses can be found under "Service" in the download area.

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Module handbooks with SPP / SPO

The Study and Examination Plan (SPP) provides a detailed roadmap for the course of study, including the sequence of modules and examinations to be completed. A module handbook (MHH) is a document that contains detailed information on the content, objectives, examinations and other relevant aspects of a particular study module. The Study Examination Regulations (SPO) define the formal framework conditions of a degree programme, such as the required modules, examination formats and dates as well as the standard period of study. These documents are crucial to ensure a structured and transparent course of study and to ensure that students acquire the required qualifications.