How am I affected by the change of regulations? (Scenario pool)

This page helps all students from the Faculty of Business and Economics and Informatics find out how the change of regulations 2022 affects them personally.

Bachelor’s students (OEC and INF)

Whether the change of regulations are relevant to you depends on when you begin your studies. Use the following links to find out which scenario applies to you. The scenario will then describe in detail how you need to proceed.

Scenario 01 – Bachelor started in HS20 or earlier

If you started your business and economics or informatics studies in HS20 or earlier, you will find all relevant information in Scenario 01. The guidelines on this page will help you to further plan your studies.

Assessment completed

You were already enrolled with us for at least four semesters at the end of FS22. This means that you must have successfully completed the assessment level by the end of FS22. Otherwise, you will be irrevocably excluded from studying at our Faculty, because the new regulations do not affect the deadline for the assessment level.

(Students who have been granted an extension of the assessment beyond FS22, e.g. for medical reasons, are guided by scenario 02).

Modules of the advanced level already completed

Failed attempts that you have taken in advanced level modules will be dropped at the beginning of HS22. From HS22 onwards, the assessment of each advanced level module you take will count as your first attempt.

Students who exceed the maximum number of failed attempts allowed including FS22 will be irrevocably excluded from studies.

Scenario 02 – Bachelor started in HS21

If you started your business and economics or informatics studies in HS21, you will find all relevant information in scenario 02.

Basically, nothing changes for you. You will start with the advanced level in HS22 at the earliest and can complete the modules of the advanced level from the beginning according to the new regulations. Your academic achievements from the assessment will be credited towards your degree according to the new regulations.

Scenario 03a and 03b – Start of studies in FS21 or FS22

Generally, the Bachelor's program in business and economics or informatics at our Faculty begins in the fall semester.

If you nevertheless started your business and economics or informatics studies in spring semester, you will find all relevant information regarding the change to the new regulations in scenarios 03a and 03b.

Scenario 03a - Start of studies in FS21

Students starting in FS21 may have completed the assessment in full by and including FS22. Your assessment will be credited towards your degree in full.

You may also have already completed modules from the compulsory program. The guidelines on this page will help you to further plan your studies.

Failed attempts which you have taken in modules of the advanced level will be cancelled at the beginning of HS22. From HS22 onwards, each advanced level module you take will count as your first attempt.

Students who exceed the maximum number of failed attempts allowed including FS22 will be irrevocably excluded from studies.

Scenario 03b - Start of studies in FS22

You are in the middle of the assessment, i.e. as per FS22 you have not yet completed all modules of the assessment.

In this case, you must complete the missing modules of the assessment in HS22. Afterwards, you will start with the advanced level at the earliest with FS23 and can complete the modules of the advanced level from the beginning according to the new regulations.

Scenario 04 – Bachelor started in HS22 or later

If you begin your business and economics or informatics degree in HS22, you will complete your Bachelor's degree with our Faculty under the new regulations.

When you enroll, you will choose a major and a minor program of study according to the new regulations.

You can familiarize yourself with the new framework regulations and program regulations via the following links. They will provide you with all the information you need about the structure and various options for designing your studies.

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Master’s students (OEC and INF)

Whether the change of regulations is relevant to you depends on whether you are starting your Master's program in HS22 or have already started before that. Select the option that applies to you below. The scenarios will then describe in detail how you need to proceed.

Scenario 05 – Master start in FS22 or earlier

If you started your Master’s studies in business and economics or informatics in FS22 or earlier, you will find all relevant information for you in scenario 05. The guidelines on this page will help you to further plan your studies.

Failed attempts that you have taken in Master's level modules will be cancelled at the beginning of HS22. From HS22 onwards, every Master's level module you take will count as your first attempt.

Students who exceed the maximum number of failed attempts allowed including FS22 will be irrevocably excluded from studies.

Attention: If you were admitted with additional requirements or conditions within the scope of the Master's admission, the decision on admission incl. appendix continues to apply unchanged.

Scenario 06 – Master start in HS22 or later

If you started your Master’s studies in business and economics or informatics in HS22, you will complete your Master's degree at our Faculty under the new regulations.

When you enroll, you will choose a major and a minor program of study according to the new regulations.

You can familiarize yourself with the new framework regulations and program regulations via the following links. They will provide you with all the information you need about the structure and various options for designing your studies.

Attention: If you were admitted with additional requirements or conditions within the scope of the Master's admission, the decision on admission incl. appendix continues to apply unchanged.

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Minor study program for students of other faculties (externals)

Students from other faculties who are enrolled in a minor program at the Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics will find all relevant information regarding the impact of the change of regulations in Scenario 07 or Scenario 08.

Scenario 07 – Minor study program for students from other faculties (externals) at Bachelor's level

If you are completing your Bachelor’s major program at another faculty and your minor program at the Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics, Scenario 07 has all the relevant information for you. The guidelines on this page will help you to further plan your minor study program.

No longer divided into assessment modules and advanced level modules: only compulsory, core elective, and elective modules.

Failed attempts which you have taken in modules of the minor will be cancelled at the beginning of HS22. From HS22 onwards, each assessment of a module of the minor that you take will count as your first attempt.

Scenario 08 – Minor study program for students from other faculties (externals) at Master's level

If you are taking your Master's major program at another faculty and your minor program at the Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics, you will find all the relevant information for you in Scenario 08. The guidelines on this page will help you to further plan your studies.

Failed attempts which you have taken in modules of the minor will be cancelled at the beginning of HS22. From HS22 onwards, each assessment of a module of the minor that you take will count as your first attempt.

Attention: If you were admitted with additional requirements or conditions within the scope of the Master's admission, the decision on admission incl. appendix continues to apply unchanged.