Below you will find answers to frequently asked questions. We are constantly adding to this page with questions that are submitted to us.
Semester enrollment for HS22
You do not need to select a program but will be automatically enrolled in the new appropriate programs upon payment of semester fees.
In any case, only the new study programs are available for you to choose from. You can choose from these.
The semester enrollment for all our students from HS22 onwards, is one of the RVO22 programs. However, according to the transitional regulations, you may still be able to continue studying according to the curriculum from RVO16. The information in the transitional regulations (for Bachelor, Master and Minor students) is decisive here.
You do not need to make a program selection but will be automatically enrolled in your previous major program and the new corresponding minor program upon payment of semester fees.
You do not need to make a program selection but will be automatically enrolled in the new appropriate major program and in your current minor program upon payment of semester fees.
You can still finish the discontinuing informatics program until the end of FS24 and graduate with a semester reference to FS24. From HS24 onwards, graduation is only possible in the continuing programs.
New study structure, new or different compulsory modules
As a rule, the previous «old» compulsory module can still be credited towards the degree. You will find more detailed information on this in the individual instructions.
As a rule, an «old» compulsory module already completed from the previous selection can still be credited as a compulsory module. You will find more detailed information on this in the individual instructions.
If you will graduate by FS22, it is still required. As soon as a degree with reference to HS22 is planned, the module no longer needs to be completed for the minor business administration.
Yes, the fundamentals of the transitional regulations in informatics per HS21 still apply; in addition to the SO changes in HS22.
Waiver of failed attempts and repetition opportunities
No, all past achievements will remain and will continue to be listed on the Transcript of Records, including failed attempts. Failed attempts taken prior to HS22 that are waived under the transitional regulations are simply no longer relevant, i.e., no longer subject to exclusion.
No, a failed attempt for the final thesis (Bachelor's or Master's thesis) remains valid in any case. A failed thesis may be retaken once.
Due to the two-year time limit for the assessment level, any failed assessment module must still be passed in the retake year.
Due to the two-year time limit for the additional requirement modules, the missing ECTS credits from the additional requirements must still be passed in the retake year.
Module changes and transfer of credits
Here you can see the corresponding designation of the affected elective areas:
Final theses for informatics students
No. For all students who begin their thesis by July 31, 2022 (as the start date), the thesis may be completed in another informatics major area, as before.
However, those who begin their thesis on or after August 1, 2022 (as a start date) will then be required to complete it in the area of the major program of study.