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Course and Examination Regulations (OER)

The OER is a legal document. It specifies such matters as the aim and content of a degree programme, the mode of examination, the validity of examination passes, resits, entry requirements, the BSA and study guidance. The Faculty Board draws up the OER. From a legal perspective, the e-Prospectus is an appendix of the OER.

You can view each OER per faculty at the regulations website.

Questions?

Do you have questions on the Course and Examination Regulations? Please contact your Faculty Education Office. At the deparment of Academic Affairs Kirsten Dibbet is responsible for the Course and Examination Regulations.

 

Course and Examination Regulations

Course and Examination Regulations (OER) state the contents of your programme and the specialisations within the programme.

Course and Examination Regulations (OER) state the contents of your programme and the specialisations within the programme. They also state the attainment levels of your programme. Furthermore, they contain regulations on examinations and the order in which courses should be taken. On the one hand, the Course and Examination Regulations provide you with the rules you need to comply with in order to finish your studies. On the other hand, you can derive certain rights from these regulations.

English-taught BA programmes specific OER

MA programme specific OER

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