Each module must be booked via the UZH online module booking tool within the indicated module booking period and can only be dropped within this time frame. The booking also serves as the registration for the examination for this module.
|Booking and dropping modules||16.08.2023; 10:00||10.10.2023; 24:00|
Attention: Be aware that deadlines for booking and dropping may deviate at other faculties.
Booking and canceling deadlines of the faculties
It is the students' responsibility to monitor their own bookings. This includes verifying that any actions (booking, dropping) have been successfully completed. A module has been booked in time if the status "booked" is shown in the app "My modules" on the last day of the module-specific booking deadline.
The modules are booked or requested from the app "Noted Items & Module booking". To do this, the modules must first be noted in the course catalogue. The status of the booking or request can be seen in the "My Modules" app. Requests can be withdrawn and bookings canceled within the corresponding deadlines. In addition, requests can be prioritized differently and bookings/preferences regarding courses can be changed. The procedure is as follows:
|Course catalogue:||Search & note|
|App Noted Items & Module Booking:||Book & request|
|App My Modules:||Check & change|
A short summary of the new functionalities is shown in the clip «new module booking from HS22» Video
Detailed information can be found in the instructions for the new module booking (icon «question mark» in the apps) Instructions
Most of our modules are without place restriction (booking module (without place restriction)). They are booked directly as before. For such modules, you will receive a place during the entire module booking period, provided that the module booking rules are met. Sufficient places are available.
Some of our modules are place-restricted seminars (application modules). For these modules, the procedure for applying is listed in the course catalogue (VVZ) under "notes".
For application modules, the deadlines listed above may differ; these are exceptions. The following information is available in the course catalog (VVZ) for the application modules:
Some modules cannot be booked independently. The registration is made by means of a form and the actual booking is carried out by the Dean's Office. This applies to the following modules:
Bachelor's and Master's theses at the Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics
Independent study modules at the Department of Informatics
Individual learning unit in business and economics
Tutorials and teaching assistantships are announced by the chairs and once completed reported to the Dean's Office, who carries out the booking.