Current courses

Summary of events, registration procedure, and general information on creating a course timetable

Summary of events

On the following pages, you can find all the events that are being offered during the Summer Semester 2018. Detailed descriptions of the events can be found on C@mpus.

NDL → semester program summer semester 2018
Medieval Studies → semester program summer semester 2018

Events from previous semesters can be viewed here:

NDL: WS 17/18SS 17WS 16/17SS 16WS 15/16SS 15WS 14/15SS 14

Medieval Studies: WS 17/18SS 17WS 16/17SS 16

Registration Procedure

Unless otherwise described, seminar registration, which is binding, takes place via C@MPUS. There you can also find the date for registration. By registering to participate in C@MPUS, you will automatically be admitted to the ILIAS course, where you can access the work materials. Should you not find yourself in an ILIAS course, your lecturer has decided not to use ILIAS.

General information on creating a course timetable

In general, all students of German Studies are free to attend almost all university courses. Those interested are cordially invited to pursue their interests in addition to the given curriculum. The few courses designed for a closed circle of students are marked as such.

However, there are of course module courses that you must attend in order to complete your studies successfully. To find these, proceed as follows:

  1. Use the Study Plan (SVP) of your degree programme to find out which modules you have to take. The examination regulations or the module manual will also help you here. The SVPs are ideal plans. The timetable there does not necessarily have to be adhered to, but they are well designed with regard to the sequence of the modules. When making changes, it is important to consider examination deadlines, such as the orientation test. If you have any questions, please contact the course manager.
  2. Use the semester overview or the course catalogue on C@MPUS to find out which module units you need and/or want to take. Sometimes, you can choose between units. If you want to create the timetable via C@MPUS, you will find instructions here . Create your individual timetable.
  3. Inform yourself in the Veranstaltungsbeschreibung (course descriptions) on C@MPUS about the contents of the units, the preparatory reading and tests about your knowledge of the texts and then prepare yourself for the course.
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