Our website covers numerous aspects of the examination procedure at the WiSo Faculty and we hope we have answered most of your questions. If you cannot find what you are looking for straight away, another option is the Faculty-wide search function. In addition, the Examination Office will be happy to help answer any questions you may have about the legal aspects of the examination procedure.
If you have any questions concerning studying at the WiSo Faculty, please contact WiSo Student Service Point.
After the office hours on Monday, 27 May 2019, the Examination Board's Office will close.
From Tuesday, 28 May 2019, the WiSo Student Service Point will take over the tasks of the office and the telephone consultation hours.
Further information can be found here.
The WiSo Student Service Point advises on all legal questions concerning examinations.
As a rule, however, a written application to the Examinations Office is required for legal reasons, in particular for reasons of data protection, so that you can obtain legally binding information or your concerns can be clarified. Please note, however, that for capacity reasons we are unable to provide information on the processing status of submitted applications. Similarly, the receipt of applications cannot be confirmed.
The WiSo Student Service Point will be happy to assist you by phone, e-mail or in person if there is any uncertainty regarding your request. You can find the contact details here.
Documents can be submitted at any time by posting them in the Examination Office postbox.
From 30 September 2019, the mailbox of the Examination Office in front of Lecture Hall I in the WiSo building will be rendered unusable. In order to meet deadlines for covering letters, dissertations or applications, these may be
delivered to during to the WiSo Student Service Point during the opening hours,
thrown into the mailbox in front of the WiSo Student Service Point or
sent by letter post to the Examination Office
In the case of a postal delivery, a legible postmark (not a postage stamp) is required.
Please note that for legal and practical reasons, the Examination Office cannot handle any requests sent by e-mail.