Submission of the bachelor thesis in written form
- I want to hand in my bachelor thesis. How many written copies of this do I have to submit?
I have to submit two paper copies of the bachelor thesis in time for the agreed submission date.
- Do I only have to submit the bachelor thesis in written form?
In some Degree Courses it is necessary to submit the bachelor thesis in a form other than written form, e.g. e.g. digital. If this is required, it is specified in the subject-specific regulations (part 2 of the examination regulations) for my degree programme.
Amendment of the General Provisions for Bachelor's and Master's Examination Regulations
- When does the 9th amendment to the General Provisions for Bachelor's and Master's Examination Regulations come into effect?
The 9th amendment to the general provisions for bachelor’s and master’s examination regulations will come into effect on October 1, 2023.
- What has changed in the approval process?
The responsibility for proving the examination performance was transferred from the students to the examiners. The application was made barrier-free in cooperation with the BLIZ.
- Does the THM honor the social commitment of its students?
Yes. Students at the THM who are socially committed during their studies and who take responsibility for others can choose from the winter semester 2023/2024 in the compulsory elective area of the Bachelor degree courses for this modules in Scope of three to six credit points prove.
- Does my department have to offer compulsory elective modules for social commitment?
- Do I have to count social and societal commitment for my bachelor’s degree in the compulsory elective area?
If the examination regulations of the respective Degree Courses provide for free contingents in the compulsory elective area - then yes. If examination regulations provide for compulsory elective areas - then they don't.
- Where can I find the form for proof of social commitment?
Of the Form for corporate and social commitment is available on the website of the Central Examination Office.
All new Bachelor and Master degree courses must be accredited before they start. Defined minimum standards and compliance with framework specifications are checked in the accreditation process. The central organ of this system is an independent one Accreditation Council , which the assessment of the Degree Courses by so-called accreditation agencies coordinated.
The task of these accreditation agencies is to ensure technical and content-related minimum standards and to check the professional relevance of the degrees of the course to be accredited.
In the case of a successful accreditation, a degree programme bears the seal of the Accreditation Council.
Degree Courses are accredited for a specific period of time based on the standard period of study. The Degree Courses must be re-accredited in good time before this period expires.
Response Choice Procedure
- What is the answer choice procedure?
From a catalog of possible answers, the correct answers must be solved in writing under supervision.
- Can each module at the THM be tested using the multiple-choice procedure?
No, only if this is regulated in the respective module description.
- Is there a percentage limit on the choice of answers offered in a degree programme?
- What is the difference between multiple or single choice?
Single-choice tasks (simple-choice tasks) are tasks in which the student has to select exactly one correct answer from the given answer options. In the case of multiple-choice tasks (multiple-choice tasks), several correct solutions can be selected.
- Can examination questions in the multiple-choice procedure be given less than zero points?
No. The awarding of minus points for incorrectly ticked answer options is permitted within a multiple-choice task. However, it must be ensured that the student does not receive fewer than zero points for the task.
In a task with 5 possible answers, answer options a and c are correct, answer options b,d and e are incorrect. The examinee receives a plus point for ticking a correct answer and a minus point for ticking an incorrect answer.
Student 1 ticked answer alternatives a, b and c and thus received 2 plus points and one minus point, i.e. a total of 1 point for this task. Student 2 ticked all alternative answers, he/she receives 2 plus and 3 minus points. Overall, he/she would therefore get a minus point, but since examination tasks cannot be rated worse than zero points, he/she receives a total of zero points for this task...
In a task with 5 possible answers, answer options a, b and c are correct, answer options d and e are wrong. The examinee receives 2 plus points for ticking a correct answer and three minus points for ticking an incorrect answer.
Student 1 ticked answer alternative a and received 2 plus points. Student 2 ticked all of the alternative answers, so he/she received 6 plus and 6 minus points, i.e. a total of exactly zero points.
- What to do if several answers are unintentionally correct in a single-choice task?
In this case, it must be clarified with the examination board whether the task must be completely removed from the assessment or whether the incorrectly assessed solutions can be subsequently assessed as correct. In both cases, it must also be clarified whether this will result in changes in the pass mark.
- What is to be done if, after issuing a multiple-choice exam, it becomes apparent that the question was formulated incorrectly?
If, after an exam, it is found that an incorrect formulation was used, the exam can either be re-evaluated or the task can be completely removed from the evaluation. Since this always depends on the individual case and cannot be regulated in general, the further procedure must always be coordinated with the examination board in order to maintain legal certainty. In this context, it must also be clarified whether this results in a new pass mark due to the changed results.
- How will my exam be graded in the multiple-choice procedure?
The way in which the exam will be assessed using the choice-of-answers procedure is to be communicated to the student in writing on the task sheet at the beginning of the exam.
- May I be credited with achievements made at another, foreign university or state-recognized vocational academy?
Yes. If the knowledge and skills acquired are compatible with the content of the course.
- Who decides on the crediting?
Of the Audit Committee makes a case-by-case decision each time and checks whether there are any significant differences between the module to be credited and that of the THM in terms of knowledge and skills. The examination board can transfer the crediting of foreign modules to the international representative.
- Can knowledge and skills acquired outside of a university or state-recognized vocational academy be credited?
Yes, if these are equivalent. However, they may not account for more than 50% of the module performance required in the course.
- Can a job be a skill acquired outside of university?
This is possible if the individual examination of the examination board comes to this conclusion.
- Under what name will a module be credited to me?
Credit is given under the name of the module of the course at the THM .
- Will the credit points of the THM module or those of the other one be taken over?
In the case of crediting, the credit points are credited to the extent that the module has at the THM .
- Up until what point in my studies can I have modules credited to me?
Crediting is generally possible at any time during the course of studies.
- When is the crediting of a module excluded?
As soon as the student at the THM takes an examination in the same or equivalent module that he or she had already passed at the time of the examination.
- Are the credited modules or examinations to be marked in the certificate?
See also Zustimmungsverfahren.
Number of examination attempts for bachelor and master students
For Bachelor and master thesis with colloquium the students have a total of 2 examination attempts at their disposal, ie the first attempt and then a repetition option.
For any further examination I have a total of three exam attempts, i.e. the first exam attempt and two further repetition options.
constantly lists or registers of students enrolled at the university are to be kept.
To be kept for 60 years:
- Lists or registers of passing or failing university exams
- Documents about study times
- Documents relating to admission to a university examination, insofar as they have not been returned
- the drafts or copies of the respective examination certificates
to be kept for 5 years:
- Certificates or performance overviews of the students
- Examination documents (e.g. exams, theses) from university examinations (if they are not returned)
- the reports on the respective examination work
- in the event of failure or abandonment of examinations, the drafts or copies of the notifications issued and the overviews of the individual examination results
The retention periods for the examination documents begin at the end of the calendar year in which the candidate was informed of the final result of the respective examination. Examination documents may not be discarded as long as an examination decision has not yet become final.
Job title engineer
You have completed your studies in a bachelor's programme at the Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen ( THM ). For questions in connection with the practice and title of engineers, the Chamber of Engineers Hessen (not the university!) responsible.
In Hesse, the right to use the job title "Engineer" results directly from the Hessian Engineering Act (HIngG). If the criteria of § 1 Para. 1 HIngG are met, graduates may call themselves "engineer". You are responsible for this yourself and do not need any express recognition for this.
Section 1 (1) HIngG regulates that the professional title "engineer" may be used by anyone who has completed a degree in an undergraduate degree in an engineering discipline. This applies to graduates whose bachelor's degree (comprising at least six theoretical semesters) includes at least half engineering-specific subjects.
Degree Courses that are not engineering in this sense, do not lead to a first professional degree and comprise less than 180 ECTS points Not the criteria set out in Section 1 (1) HIngG.
If you personally consider it useful or necessary, you can apply to have the Hesse Chamber of Engineers determine whether you meet the requirements for using the professional title “Engineer” or “Engineer” (§ 2 HIngG). The determination is made on a case-by-case basis and is subject to a fee (250 euros). Information and application documents can be found at Chamber of Engineers Hessen (Recognition of national diplomas according to the Engineering Act).
Please note that the Hessen Chamber of Engineers is only responsible for clarification if you are in Hesse your main residence have or are employed. If you live or work in another federal state, please contact the responsible office in your federal state (chamber of engineers or other authority). In Hesse, the regulation of §2 HIngG is primarily aimed at EU foreigners who have to prove their relevant degrees in order to use the professional title.
Excerpt from the currently valid Hessian Engineering Act (HIngG)
(1) The professional title "engineer" alone or in a word combination or in the designation, business name or company name of a professional association may be used or used by anyone who
1. Studies in an engineering discipline at a state or state-recognized university or a state-recognized vocational academy, which leads to a first professional degree, provided this requires at least six theoretical study semesters and at least 180 credit points according to the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation system (ECTS) or in the case of a dual study organization comprises three years of study and 180 credit points,
2. training at a public or state-recognized engineering school or
3. has completed training in a management course at a state-recognized mountain school with a diploma, test certificate or other proof of training or qualifications recognized under the law of the European Union or a federal state, if it follows from the study or training regulations or the final certificate that it it is an engineering study or training course.
At least half of the study and training courses according to sentence 1 must include engineering-specific subjects. The use of word combinations due to special study and training courses with engineering and other technical components that lead to a special engineering-related degree and correspond to an independent job profile remains unaffected. The professional title "engineer" may also be used by those who have been granted the right to use the title alone or with an addition by the competent authority.
At the request of a person or professional company, the Hessen Chamber of Engineers determines whether the requirements for using the professional title in § 1 Para. 1 are met if the person or professional company
1. is professionally established in the business area of the Hessen Chamber of Engineers or has the main residence or habitual residence or
2. the last place of employment, establishment, main residence or last usual place of residence in Germany was within the business area of the Hessen Chamber of Engineers or
3. intends to take up employment in the business area of the Hessen Chamber of Engineers, to set up a branch or to establish the main residence or a habitual residence.
It must prohibit the use of the professional title according to Section 1 (1) if the requirements of Section 1 are not met.
Passing limit for partial performance
If the examination performance of a module is made up of several partial performances, then they must be passed in order to pass at least 50% in each partial service be reached.
- What are bonus points?
Module grade improvements through voluntary additional services such as mock exams, additional exercises or presentations. They are not part of the module examination.
- When can I provide the voluntary services (during the semester break, during the lectures)?
During event times. The department will provide more detailed information on this in good time and in a suitable manner.
- Can I get bonus points in all THM modules?
No. You can only get bonus points for the module that provides for this in its module description.
- Can I improve my module grade with bonus points?
Yes. The voluntarily provided services can result in an improvement of up to a maximum of 10 percentage points in the calculated module grade. When evaluating the module, the maximum number of percentage points (100%) that can be achieved without the bonus points may not be exceeded.
- Can I take bonus points with me to the following semesters?
No. Bonus points expire at the end of the semester in which they were awarded. For modules that extend over 2 semesters, the bonus points expire in the semester in which the final part of the examination was completed.
- Who informs me about the possible acquisition of bonus points?
The department via Moodle at the beginning of the event in a timely and appropriate manner.
- Can I also use bonus points for other Degree Courses ?
no Bonus points may only be used for the module grade of the corresponding module in whose module description they are provided.
German qualification framework
In a press release on January 31, 2012, the Federal Ministry of Education and Research informed about the agreement on the introduction of the "German Qualifications Framework". It is stated there that the professional qualifications for master craftsmen, business administrators and technicians are equivalent to a bachelor's degree (qualification level 6). However, this equivalence does not mean that the degrees are also "similar".
Under the link https://www.dqr.de/dqr/de/home/home_node.html you will find more detailed information on this.
The classification of master craftsmen, specialists and technicians at the same level (6) as a bachelor's degree do not entitle you to enter a master's degree. As before, the statutory provisions of the Hessian Higher Education Act, the Hesse Allocation Ordinance and the Hesse Enrollment Ordinance apply to admission to and enrollment in Bachelor and Master degree courses .
Inspection of examination documents
THM students can inspect all examination documents relating to them, including the minutes and any expert opinions, within one year of the announcement of their examination results. Please contact the examiner or your department office.
Final failure in Bachelor and Master degree courses n
The number of repetition possibilities for examination performances in Bachelor degree courses is in the General provisions for bachelor examination regulations regulated.
According to this, an examination is finally failed if, in accordance with § 13 of the General Provisions, the last possible repeat examination of the module including possible jokers and after crediting any failed attempts made outside of the degree programme is not passed.
A written hearing is held before the definitive failure is determined. During this hearing may within one month of the notification of the hearing letter declares whether an additional retry attempt (Joker) according to § 13 paragraph 3 is to be used. If no declaration is made within the specified period, the definitive failure will be determined and the decision on the failure of the examination will be issued.
If the bachelor's thesis has definitely not been passed, then the bachelor's examination as a whole has definitely been failed. A written notice with instructions on legal remedies will be issued. In addition, proof will be issued that contains the completed modules and their evaluations as well as the missing modules and shows that the bachelor's examination has not been passed.
A matriculation is in thein which an examination was definitively failed is no longer possible.
The number of repetition possibilities for examination performances in Master degree courses n is in the General provisions for master's examination regulations regulated.
A performance is definitively failed if, in accordance with § 13, the last possible repeat examination of the module, including the crediting of any failed attempts made outside of the course, is not passed
Examinations and partial examinations that have not been passed can be repeated twice. The Master's thesis with a colloquium can be repeated once.
In principle, failed attempts in the same course are counted. Exceptions and explanations can be found in the 4 variants below.
A student in the Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (ELI) bachelor’s programme on the Gießen campus takes the Mathematics III module in the General Electrical Engineering bachelor’s programme on the Friedberg campus. According to § 3 paragraph 2 of the subject-specific provisions (Part II of the BA ELI examination regulations), failed attempts are counted.
One student is enrolled in the two Bachelor degree courses in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (ELI) and Electrical Energy Technology for Regenerative Energy Systems (EERE). He is taking the Mathematics III module in the ELI bachelor's degree. The failed attempts of the common module are only granted once here, ie failed attempts are produced once but counted in both Degree Courses n.
A student in the ELI bachelor’s programme fails the Mathematics III exam three times. He de-registers from the ELI bachelor's programme and enrolls in the EERE bachelor's programme. In this case, the three failed attempts in the Mathematics III exam will not be transferred, ie he is entitled to three repeat attempts in accordance with § 13 of the General Provisions (Part I of the Examination Regulations).
Uniform university approval procedure - who has to agree?
- I don't want to take a certain module in my own course, but would like to use another course.
Is that possible and what is to be done?
Yes, there is a possibility. For these cases there is a uniform university procedure, the so-called Zustimmungsverfahren.
The procedure is in one Leaflet on the approval process described.
If I would like to use this option, I use the university standard Form: "Approval procedure" .
- Who has to agree if I want to complete a module from another degree programme?
On the one hand, the chair of the examination board for my degree programme has to agree. This ensures that the module I want to take can later be credited in my own degree programme.
In addition, the consent of the respective examiners who offer the module that I have chosen and that I would like to take is required. This ensures that there is a place available for me in the desired module.
- What if my wish is not granted?
If the approval is not given, I will be informed of the rejection on the standard university form and the reasons will be given there. Below the negative decision and the justification, you will find instructions on how to appeal. This provides information about the possibility of objecting to the decision if I do not agree with it.
- I took a module as part of the approval process in another degree programme, but did not pass it. Does that count as a failed attempt?
Yes, this is also an exam attempt that counts. The failed attempt is recorded in my performance data in my own degree programme
Failed attempt regulation when changing from BA Mechanical Engineering (GI/FB) to BA Mechanical Engineering (FB/GI)
- If I have already failed 3 attempts in a module in the Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering in Gießen - can I continue studying in the BA Mechanical Engineering in Friedberg?
They have the same number in a course of the same name curricular intended credit points definitively failed, so that enrollment in the BA Mechanical Engineering (FB) is not possible. However, you can use a joker in Gießen to compensate for this and then switch to the BA Mechanical Engineering (FB).
- If I have already made 2 failed attempts in the BA Mechanical Engineering (GI) - can I then de-register from the BA Mechanical Engineering (GI) and enroll in the BA Mechanical Engineering (FB)?Yes. Your failed attempts start again at 0 in Friedberg (cf. § 13 Para. 6 AB).
- If I have already completed 3 failed attempts in 3 modules each in the BA Mechanical Engineering (GI), can I then enroll in the BA Mechanical Engineering (FB)?
No, you then have the same number in a course of the same name curricular intended credit points ultimately failed.
Joker at the THM
- What are jokers?
Jokers are additional repetition attempts for failed examinations or partial examinations. You can in addition to the regular two Repeat attempts are taken.
- Whow many jokers do I have?
During my entire bachelor's degree I can up to two jokers once take advantage of.
- What can the jokers be used for?
They can be used freely for the repetition of all examination performances and partial performances. The only exceptions are the bachelor thesis with a colloquium and practical or project phases.
- Are the jokers granted again when changing the course?
no The jokers are only granted once during the entire bachelor's degree.
- Can I use both jokers to repeat the same achievement?
Yes, that is possible.
- I used up my regular retake attempts in an exam, but failed the exam.
What happens then? Are the jokers used automatically?
No. In this case, the department in which I study starts a written hearing process. During this hearing, I have the opportunity to explain whether I want to use a joker. If I do not make such a declaration, I have definitely failed the exam. I have one month from the delivery of the hearing letter to submit the declaration.
Special conditions in the case of illness
The university uniform Form for resignation due to illness must within three working days at the latest submitted to the department secretariat. The sick note can't work in human resources be submitted to the THM .
Please note: At the THM , the "uniform university procedure for withdrawal due to illness" applies, ie medical certificates (yellow slips of paper) are no longer accepted. The standard university form must be used.
Read about this Information sheet on resignation due to illness with all important information.
Maternity Protection Act
- Who will advise me at the THM if I am pregnant or breastfeeding during my studies?
Then the Equal Opportunities Office of the THM will be happy to advise you (https://www.thm.de/frauen-gleichstellung/familienrechte-hochschule/studierende/mutterschutz.html).
- Do I have to inform my department about the pregnancy?
Usually yes. The university, ie first the coordinator for family-friendly universities and then the head of the degree programme, must be informed of the pregnancy or breastfeeding of your child as early as possible. The maternity pass or a medical certificate is sufficient as proof. You can find more information on this on the website of the coordinator for family-friendly universities https://www.thm.de/frauen-gleichstellung/familienrechte-hochschule/studierende/mutterschutz.html“.
- How long can I study without restrictions during my pregnancy?
Up to 6 weeks before the birth – provided there is none unacceptable danger.
- What are unacceptable hazards?
This can be, for example, work in the laboratory, ie the head of the programme must carry out a specific risk assessment together with the student. After the assessment, it is determined whether protective measures are required. The risk sheet is available from the Equal Opportunities Office.
- When can I continue my studies after childbirth?
After childbirth, participation in study activities (e.g. lectures, examinations, etc.) is possible with a written declaration. The Equal Opportunities Office is also available to support students here.
- Can I take part in (important) exams if my doctor certifies that I am prohibited from working?
- What happens if I take an exam despite being banned from working?
In these cases, participation is only possible if the student signs a corresponding declaration of consent to take an examination despite maternity leave. This is available from the Equal Opportunities Office.
If the student then has to withdraw during this examination due to illness, the regulations of the illness-related resignation according to the THM .
- What happens if I continue to work in the laboratory, for example, despite the employment ban and am exposed to unreasonable hazards?
This is not possible. Not even through a declaration of consent.
Examination registration and withdrawal
- In order to be able to take part in an exam, you have to be registered in time.
- Only those who have registered within the specified registration period before the examination date will be admitted.
- At the beginning of the lecture period, the department provides information in good time and in a suitable manner via the department website, Moodle (learning platform) and also via the "notice board" about registration periods and procedures.
- Students are required to comply with reporting periods and procedures.
- The registration periods at the Gießen and Friedberg campuses may differ.
- Only those who have fulfilled all the necessary requirements (e.g. preliminary work) will be admitted to the respective examination.
- You can cancel the exam in writing (also online) up to one week before the exam date without giving a reason.
- After that, a withdrawal can only be reported with an important reason (e.g. illness, care for close relatives, maternity leave) and immediately (3 working days after the examination date),
- the examination board decides whether the stated reason for the hindrance is recognized as an important reason for withdrawing from the examination.
See also "Resignation due to illnesst"
Returning to a course in which I have previously studied / taking failed attempts with me when changing courses
- I started my studies in course A. Since I had two failed attempts in an examination, I would like to switch to degree programme B.
What happens to failed attempts when changing courses?
Failed attempts from the previous course A will not be transferred to the new course B. So I start there with a “blank sheet”. The previous failed attempts do not appear.
- I finally failed course A. Now I would like to study in the other but similar course B.
The module that I finally failed is also there. Can I still switch?
Yes, that is possible, because failed attempts are not taken over when changing to another degree programme. In the module that I failed, I can take all the exam attempts again.
- I started my studies in course A. Since I had two failed attempts in an exam, I switched to course B and am now enrolled there to write the exam that I have not passed so far. Can I switch back to course A later to finish my studies there?
It depends on:
When I go to college switch back in which I have already studied, i.e. in degree programme A, then what I want will be tested total of exam attempts have done. Then the exam attempts that I made during my studies in degree programme A count, but also the ones I noticed during my studies in degree B. My failed attempts from both Degree Courses n are therefore added. In this case, I can only go back to course A if it is not clear in any module that I have exceeded the permitted number of examination attempts. Not used up yet I could still use jokers (two in total).
Studies in course A started; there two failed attempts in the module "beautiful writing"; then switch to course B; Passed the “Nice writing” module there on the first attempt; now I want to go back to course A; That's possible, because I passed the "Nice writing" module on the third attempt.
Studies in course A started; there two failed attempts in the module "beautiful writing"; then switch to course B; Passed the “Nice writing” module there on the second attempt; now I want to go back to course A; I passed the "Nice writing" module on the fourth attempt; so I have the allowed number of exam attempts for "Nice Writing" exceeded; It is therefore only possible to switch back to degree programme A and have the “Nice writing” module credited there if I use a joker for it; If I don't do that, then I can't go back to course A.
Attempts to deceive and plagiarism in the master's or bachelor's thesis
To ensure the scientific quality at the Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen deception and the use of unauthorized aids are counteracted with the help of prevention and sanctions.
Students of the bachelor and master degree courses must submit their final thesis
- assure that they will write their thesis independently,
- no sources and aids other than those specified are used
- and the final thesis has not yet been submitted in the same or a similar form.
If students at the Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen influence or attempt to influence the result of their examination performance or preliminary performance through deception or the use of unauthorized aids,
- evaluated them as "insufficient".
- In "serious cases", the examination board, in agreement with the examination office, can exclude students from bachelor's and master's degree courses from completing further courses, up to the result that the student has "finally" not passed and is exmatriculated.
If the cheating or the use of unauthorized aids becomes known afterwards, the assessment of former students of Bachelor's and Master's degree courses can be corrected accordingly and the examination can be retrospectively declared as failed. The incorrect certificate and the incorrect document will be confiscated.
conversation at attempts at deception
- I received an invitation to an interview because I was accused of attempting to deceive. What's it all about?
If I am accused of cheating in an examination, the chairman of the examination board has the opportunity to invite me to an interview in this context. The allegation of fraud is discussed. The interview is documented in the department.
- Who is talking to me?
The interview with me will be conducted by at least two authorized examiners. Who this is in each individual case is stated in the invitation to the interview.
An objection to an examination decision can be lodged with the President (Central Examination Office of the THM ).
In principle, the following applies: passed examinations and preliminary work cannot be repeated.
- The student should explain exactly why he considers the examination decision (e.g. the evaluation of an examination performance) to be unjustified.
- The examiner or the examination board must give an opinion on this.
- The Examination Office decides on the objection.
- In the case of the last examination and thus the final failure, the respective notification usually contains You have recieved a Legal appeal, ie the student has access to the decision one month, written objection to insert
- If there is no instruction on legal remedies, the objection period is one year.
- If the objection is not upheld, the student has one month from the date of delivery to file a complaint with the Gießen Administrative Court.
repeatability of tests
In the General Provisions for THM bachelor’s or master degree courses regulate the possibilities of repeating an examination in detail.
In principle, the following applies: passed examinations and preliminary work cannot be repeated.
Failed examinations and partial examinations can twice be repeated. The bachelor thesis with colloquium can once be repeated.
In addition to the regular twoi retries can be made during up to two jokers once for the entire bachelor's degree to be entitled to. These can be used freely for the repetition of all examination performances/partial performances (also those of the same performances). Excluded from this are the bachelor thesis and the colloquium as well as practical or project phases. You can find more information about the joker rule here.
The subject-specific regulations can provide that, at the request of the candidate, the last repetition of a written examination can be taken as an oral examination.
Failed examinations and partial examinations can twice be repeated. The master's thesis with colloquium can once be repeated.
The subject-specific regulations can provide that, at the request of the candidate, the last repetition of a written examination can be taken as an oral examination.
Upon request, the Central Examination Office will provide you with duplicates for lost final documents, e.g. certificates, certificates, etc.
Duplicates are subject to a fee in accordance with the currently valid scale of fees. The fee is currently €50 per document. You will receive a corresponding notification of fees. After the fee has been credited to THM 's account, the duplicate will be made and sent to you by post.
You can download the form for requesting a duplicate in the yellow box on the right.
Your contact person:
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