Who Is Affected by the 2016 Changes to the Regulations (Scenarios)?

This page helps all students in the Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics find out the extent to which they are personally affected by the 2016 changes to the regulations. It should provide them with answers to the following questions:

  1. Can I complete my studies under the old regulations or do I need to switch to the new ones?
  2. How do I need to start planning my studies at this stage to ensure I am fully prepared for the new regulations?
  3. Which modules am I still able to complete under the old regulations, and which might I need to exchange for new ones?

Bachelor's students (OEC and INF)

Whether the changes to the regulations affect you depends on the beginning of your studies. Use the links below to find out which scenario applies to you. Your scenario will then provide a detailed description of how you need to proceed.

Beginning of studies in HS14 or earlier (scenario 01)

Beginning of studies in HS15 (scenario 02)

Beginning of studies in FS15 or FS16 (scenario 03)

Beginning of studies in HS16 or later (scenario 04)

Master's students (OEC and INF)

Whether the changes to the regulations affect you depends on whether the beginning of your Master's program was HS16 or before. Select the option that applies to you below. The scenarios will then provide detailed descriptions of how you need to proceed.

Beginning of studies in FS16 or earlier (scenario 05)

Beginning of studies in HS16 or later (scenario 06)

Students from other faculties in minor study programs (external students)

Students from other faculties pursuing a minor program offered by the Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics should refer to scenario 07 or scenario 08 for everything they need to know about the effects of the changes to the regulations.

External Bachelor's students in minor programs (scenario 07)

External Master's students in minor programs (scenario 08)