Exam Registration in TUMonline between 2013-11-18 and 2014-01-15

exam registration for the modules of WS 2013/4 in TUMonline is open from 18th of November 2013 to 15th of January 2014 regularly. Registration for exams in TUMonline is necessary condition for the assignment of credits – the only exceptions from this rule are

  • exams within the Fundamentals Examination (GOP) of the Bachelor programme, where we registered you already,
  • specific lab courses (e. g. the advanced lab course), where registration is done in a different system, and
  • the final thesis (research phase) and the final colloquium with separate registration.

The term exam here refers to all kind of examination. Especially coursework with "immanent examination character" (e. g. student seminars) require exam registration in TUMonline.

In order to have the credits assigned correctly we strongly advise to use the SPO tree for registration (in the application "Curricula Support" which can be reached using "Study status/Curriculum"). You should always register special courses within the Master programmes inside the specific catalogue and not inside the general catalogue if both is possible.

For oral exams in the special courses the time between the lecture periods is regularly split in two exam periods with seperate dummy dates and registration deadline for the second examination period is 16th of March 2014. After registration for the oral exam in TUMonline please contact the examiner to obtain your individual examination date.

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