Online examinations take place either at home (remote online exam) or with your own device at the University of Zurich (Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) exam). On this website and its subsites you will find all module-unspecific information on online examinations.
Binding instructions for online examinations
We provide you with important general information about your online examinations. You must read and follow them carefully as they contain binding instructions and legal consequences. In particular, we address the topics of examination fraud and any technical problems that may arise in all online examinations alike and that must be taken into account. For each of your booked online examinations you receive exam-specific information from your lecturers. It will explain in particular the technical examination environment, the type of examination and important data.
Code of Honor
The WWF community (faculty, students, and alumni) shares a commitment to honesty and integrity and in particular follows the standards of scholarship and professionalism in all examinations and assessments. These standards are defined in the Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics' Code of Honor.
Infrastructure and Examination Software
On this subpage you will find all requirements for the technical infrastructure (software and hardware) necessary for online examinations as well as further notes to be considered.
What should you do if you have technical problems during an online examination? What needs to be documented? The answers to these questions and further information on how to proceed in case of technical problems can be found on the following subpage.
Procedure for technical problems occurring during online examinations