Tutorials and Teaching assistantships

Tutorials

Tutorials are held by Bachelor students. Tutors assist lecturers when conducting an exercise or practical course. Normally tutors supervise a work group of students. Students must apply to the chair/professor offering the course and there is no entitlement to admission to a tutorial. Tutorials are generally aimed at Bachelor’s students and are not graded. Students who hold a tutorial should have successfully completed the assessment level.

A maximum of 6 ECTS credits can be acquired by holding tutorials.

Teaching assistantships

Teaching assistantships are conducted by Master students. Teaching assistants support lecturers with demanding tasks, for instance when designing or correcting assignments or instructing tutors. Students must apply to the offering chair/professor and there is no entitlement to admission to a teaching assistantship. Teaching assistantships are usually aimed at Master's students and are not graded.

A maximum of 9 ECTS credits can be acquired through teaching assistantships.

Guidelines

  • A tutorial or a teaching assistance can only be accredited to the degree once per student.
  • Successfully completed tutorials or teaching assistantships are evaluated with «passed».
  • The tutorial or teaching assistantship will generally be accredited to the degree in the same core elective area as the module belongs to.
  • The notification of the ECTS credits is done by the professor to the Dean's Office of the Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics. The course will be listed on the next transcript of records.