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Examinations Office – School of Business, Economics and Society

Faculty of Business, Economics, and Law – School of Business, Economics and Society

Registration periods

Summer semester 2020: 8 June 2020 (0.01 a.m.) – 21 June 2020 (12 p.m.).

Students must register for examinations via mein campus. The registration function is only activated during registration periods.

Print a copy of the list of examinations for which you have registered and check it for completeness. Keep a copy of the list until you have taken all your examinations.

Due to corona virus the examination office is closed to public!

All documents (final theses, notifications of illness, applications, etc.) can be placed in the letterbox at the mailroom (Poststelle – room 1.309) or can be sent by post. Staff members can still be contacted via e-mail.

Examination dates

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Information and forms

Examiners

All examinations and therefore all options for inspecting examination papers were cancelled until further notice. However, as university buildings have been available for holding examinations from 27 April and inspection of corrected papers is an integral part of the examination, students are now permitted to view their papers, provided the usual precautions are observed. Please note that you must announce the date in good time (on the Chair’s website or StudOn), a notice period of 1-2 weeks should be enough. As well as ensuring social distancing rules are observed, you must record the time, names of everyone present and mobile phone numbers (to track and trace potential contacts if the need arises). Please also note that students must only be allowed access to the building individually.

Students are not legally entitled to an explanation and you are not officially required to provide a sample answer. Points allocated (showing how many points have been given for each answer), the overview of grades allocated and the names of the examiners/markers must be obvious/clearly marked. It would also be possible for the corrected examination to be shown in a video interview. In individual instances, examiners have decided to provide students with a digital copy of the corrected examination. (In order to meet formal requirements, it must be clearly shown that two examiners were involved if an examination was marked ‘failed’. Accordingly, all pages of the marked examinations should be shown or made available.)
Please note: students who have not passed the examination should be offered the earliest appointments for viewing their papers. They will have to clarify whether they can resit an examination or whether they are able to carry on with their studies or not.

Students

The examiners are making an effort to allow you to inspect your examination papers for examinations taken in the winter semester 19/20 in spite of the current more difficult conditions. The examiners will let you know exactly how you will be able to view your papers. Please regularly check the Chair’s website and/or StudOn for information. In many cases, you will be required to come to the university building in person. It is important that you observe the hygiene guidelines (social distancing, face covering, sneezing etiquette, regular handwashing etc.). In addition, you must agree to give your name, the time and one way of contacting you (mobile phone number) for the purposes of contact tracing.

Prof. Dr. Klaus Moser, chairperson of examination committees in the School of Business, Economics and Society

Further information

  • Written examinations for Bachelor’s, Master’s and Diplom degree programmes that are organised by the Examinations Office are held during the first 5 weeks of the semester break.
  • Oral examinations that are organised by the Examinations Office are held at the end of the semester break.
  • If you are registered to sit an examination for the first time you may withdraw up to 3 working days (Monday to Friday) before the date of the examination without stating reasons. You can withdraw from an examination via mein campus. If you do not withdraw before the deadline, if you do not attend the examination without a valid reason it will be considered failed.
  • You may not withdraw from resit examinations without reasons. You may withdraw from resit examinations due to illness or other valid reasons. In this case you must submit an application for withdrawal (application for withdrawal due to illness) and provide suitable proof of the reason for withdrawal (e.g. a doctor’s certificate). A certificate confirming inability to work (Arbeitsunfähigkeitsbescheinigung) is not sufficient. [Section 11 (3) and (4) BPOWIWI and Section 10 (3) and (4) MPOWIWI]

Announcement of examination dates:

The Examinations Office determines the dates for certain major examinations manually at the beginning of the semester. However, the dates for the majority of examinations cannot be determined until after the registration deadline when it is clear which students wish to take which examinations.

Due to the number of examinations, the large number of candidates and the fact that clashes must be avoided, it is not possible to schedule all examinations manually. Under consideration of the examination dates that have already been determined, the remaining examinations are scheduled after the registration deadline using specially designed software.

The dates for these examination are usually determined two weeks after the registration deadline at the earliest and are published as soon as they are available (here and on mein campus).

Deadline for passing the Grundlagen- und Orientierungsprüfung (GOP)

All modules in the GOP must be passed by the end of the third subject semester at the latest. Some modules from the assessment phase are part of the GOP. The GOP consists of modules from the first two semesters worth 50 ECTS credits (or 30 ECTS for the degree programmes in Information Systems and Business Law).

Only completed modules from the assessment phase count. Examinations for GOP modules may only be resat once.

In the degree programmes in Business Studies, International Business Studies, and Socioeconomics, the assessment phase consists of 60 ECTS credits, which means that 10 ECTS may be from modules that are not part of the GOP. For these 10 ECTS credits you may resit examinations twice and/or sit the examinations in a later semester.

Deadline for passing the Bachelor’s examination

The Bachelor’s examination must be passed by the end of the 8th subject semester at the latest.

Deadline extensions

After the deadlines for the GOP and the Bachelor’s examination, they are considered failed at the final attempt if not all components have been passed.

You may submit a written application for an extension of these deadlines to the Examinations Committee if there is a valid reason for which you are not responsible. Applications for extensions must be submitted to the Examinations Office and proof of the reasons must be provided. There is no form for this purpose; you must write the application yourself.

If after the end of the 8th semester the only examinations that you still have to take are resit examinations, you may also apply for an extension. In this case you do not need to re-register for the next semester.

Application or extension of the deadline for completing the degree programme – FB Wirtschaftswissenschaften

Deadline for passing the Master’s examination

The Master’s examination must be passed by the end of the 6th subject semester at the latest.

Deadline extensions

After the deadline has passed, the examination counts as failed at the final attempt.

You may submit a written application for an extension of these deadlines to the Examinations Committee if there is a valid reason for which you are not responsible. Applications for extensions must be submitted to the Examinations Office and proof of the reasons must be provided.

If after the end of the 6th semester the only examinations that you still have to take are resit examinations, you must also apply for an extension. In this case, however, you do not need to re-register for the next semester.

For examination and course achievements from previous studies at another university or in a different subject and credits earned abroad (determined in the learning agreement) to be accredited, you must submit an application for accreditation.

The application forms are available under ‘Forms’.

  • For achievements gained before starting your current degree programme, please use the ‘Application for accreditation of examination and course achievements’. For those changing courses within FAU, all that is needed is this application and Appendix 1 (examination achievements).
  • If you would like to have achievements you obtained abroad accredited as part of your current degree programme , please use the form ‘Application for accreditation of credits earned abroad’.
  • The department is responsible for the accreditation of vhb (Virtual University of Bavaria) achievements as part of the cooperative core skills modules. The contact person is Ms. Simon at Prof. Dr. Wilbers’ Chair. You will find further information and the relevant form on the website of Quality Management at the School of Business, Economics and Society (in German).

Send your doctor’s certificate and application for withdrawal due to illness (German) to the Examinations Office by post (the date on the post mark is considered the date of submission) or deliver them in person in an envelope to the mailroom (level 1 by the main entrance). Please do not deliver your documents to the Examinations Office in person. A certificate from an official medical examiner is only required if you withdraw from an examination after it has already started or if you have been notified in writing that it is required.

The certificate template should only be used in cases where a certificate from an official medical examiner is required.

Contact

FAU Examinations Office
School of Business, Economics and Society
Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg
Fax: +49 911 5302694

The contacts for each degree programme are listed below.

Please send all queries from your FAU e-mail address and state your degree programme (and specialisation, if applicable), your student registration number and, if applicable, the five-digit examination number and the name of the examination.

Bachelor’s degree programmes

Ute Haberberger, VA

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg

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Rosemarie Späth, VA

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90402 Nürnberg

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Nadja Hirsch, VA

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg

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Aischa Hofmann, VA

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg

letters L - R and X - Z

Eva Besner, VA

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg

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Ute Haberberger, VA

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg

letters A - C

Rosemarie Späth, VA

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90402 Nürnberg

letters D - H

Nadja Hirsch, VA

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg

letters I - K

Aischa Hofmann, VA

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg

letters L - R and X - Z

Eva Besner, VA

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg

letters S - W

Aischa Hofmann, VA

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg

Rosemarie Späth, VA

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90402 Nürnberg

Ilona Hirscheider, VA

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg

Cornelia Baumann, VA

(Teilzeit)

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg

Eva Besner, VA

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg

Cornelia Baumann, VA

(Teilzeit)

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg

Ilona Hirscheider, VA

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg

Nadja Hirsch, VA

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg

Master’s degree programmes

Ilona Hirscheider, VA

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg

Nadja Hirsch, VA

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg

Nadja Hirsch, VA

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg

Nadja Hirsch, VA

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg

Cornelia Baumann, VA

(Teilzeit)

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg

Ilona Hirscheider, VA

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg

Ute Haberberger, VA

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg

Nadja Hirsch, VA

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg

Eva Besner, VA

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg

Rosemarie Späth, VA

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90402 Nürnberg

Management and organisation

Erika Schmidt, RAR

Leiter Aufgabengebiet WiSo

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg

Ute Haberberger, VA

Examinations Office

Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg

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The School’s examination statistics

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