From fall semester 2016 (HS16), we are bringing into force a new framework ordinance and a new set of program regulations for the Bachelor's and Master's degree programs in Business and Economics as well as Informatics.
For all students beginning from HS16, only these new regulations will apply. The information on the following pages does not affect you.
The following pages are designed to help all students who began their studies before HS16 determine whether they can or must switch to the new regulations, and what consequences this will have for them.
Here you can find an overview of the key changes in the new program regulations. This overview is also designed as decision guidance if you can choose to complete your studies under the old or the new regulations.
What should I do to prepare for the changes to the regulations?
There are various scenarios that may apply to you. To find out which one does, there are a few questions you need to ask yourself first. Visit these pages for a guide to the preparations you need to make.
How do the changes to the regulations affect me (scenario pool)?
Our scenario pool will tell you the exact procedure you need to follow in your specific case. Find out how the changes to the regulations apply to you and what you need to bear in mind, based on the date of your studies beginning.
What exactly is in the new regulations?
You can obtain detailed information about the new framework ordinance and program regulations here.
Frequently asked questions
Here you will find a list of questions that we are frequently asked. However, we advise that you start by working through the pages to which we have provided links above and consider the scenario that applies to you.