Department of Mathematics

Current information for students on the effects of the coronavirus (Department of Mathematics - Status 16.11.2020)

Since 18.05.2020, (re)scheduling of oral examinations is generally possible. For students of mathematics (B.Sc., M.Sc.), this requires that students have (pre)registered for the examination in the examination administration system (PVS) of the Department of Mathematics by 16.06.2020 at the latest. The usual (exceptional) rules apply to the taking of examinations during the lecture period for these students.

Information on how to make appointments for oral examinations and the persons to contact can be found on the following information sheet:

Registration for Oral Exams in the Department of Mathematics - Procedure / Contact Details for Summer Semester 2020

For the period from 02.11.2020 to 30.11.2020, no appointments for oral examinations in the Department of Mathematics are possible due to the announcement of noise-intensive construction measures in Building 48 (among others). According to the examination regulations, all examination dates from 16.11.2020 onwards belong to the winter semester 2020/21 (in terms of examination organisation) and require (as far as students of the mathematical study programmes are concerned) a (pre-)registration for oral exams for the examination period of the winter semester 2020/21 (is possible in the PVS since beginning of November).

Public access is still largely restricted. If you have any questions about the study programme, please contact the persons in charge by e-mail.

If you have any questions regarding examination regulations, please contact the Examinations Office Mathematics (Mail: dekanat(at)

Agreements for on-site appointments are only possible in particularly justified individual cases.

We offer an (continuously updated) overview of the course programme on our Information Page on Teaching in WS 2020/21.

Information for Students

All examination matters are governed by the examination policies ("Prüfungsordnung", "Studienplan", and "Handbook of Modules / Modulhandbuch"). It is important that you are familiar with the policies of your particular course programme. This information is provided in the rightmost column of the respective web page:

Mathematics (B.Sc.),
Business Mathematics (B.Sc.),
Mathematics (M.Sc.),
Mathematics International (M.Sc.),
Industrial Mathematics (M.Sc.),
Business Mathematics (M.Sc.),
Actuarial and Financial Mathematics (M.Sc.).

General information for all students of mathematics:

Application for examinations
Withdrawal from examinations / Notification of illness (Sample for a medical certificate)
Academic Transcripts
Examination Committee Mathematics
Exams Administration System / QIS.

Further information on study and examination matters can be found on the FAQ page of the department.

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