Mobility

Exam information

Mobility examinations are examinations for which a different assessment is offered than for the regular examinations or which take place at a different time than the regular examinations or in which only part of a regular module is assessed. All other examinations are regular examinations. You can check in the module booking tool of the Student Center for which type of examination you are registered: module booking tool  (the abbreviation "Mob" in the course number means it is a mobility examination).

Illness / absence - exam deregistrations

The deregistration from an oral or written exam is only possible for compelling, unpredictable and unavoidable circumstances. At the latest within five working days after the assessment written deregistration a request with supporting evidence must be lodged via the student portal using the "My Requests" tile. In the case of oral examinations, the relevant chair must also be informed prior to the examination.

Instructions on the deregistration procedure for examinations (PDF, 105 KB)

Student Portal

Fact Sheet on Mobility Studies

For further information regarding mobility examinations and their procedure, please consult the Fact Sheet on Mobility Studies (PDF, 227 KB) at the Faculty of Law.

Definitive examination dates and plans

At latest six weeks before the end of the courses, the definitive exam dates and plans are published on our website under the current semester.