Corona update: outlook for the summer semester
We would like to provide you with an outlook for the study conditions we are anticipating in the summer semester 2022 so that you can start preparing yourselves accordingly. We would also like to remind you of the examination conditions for the current winter semester 2021/22 and point out the deadlines for verifying your Bachelor’s degree for those wishing to provisionally register for a Master’s degree.
Summer semester 2022
After we had to switch over again to online teaching and mainly online exams in the current winter semester, the pandemic developments at the moment are showing a positive trend. Please prepare for a normal summer semester 2022 in attendance. The exact structure depends on the further development of the pandemic. We expect certainty via the state regulations and therefore the framework conditions for teaching, requirements for attendance and the applicable hygiene regulations in the middle of March. We will continue to keep you informed about the developments as quickly as possible.
Examinations in the winter semester 2021/22
The second examination period for this winter semester will still be held mostly in the form of online examinations. More information is available here.
Please observe the registration and cancellation deadlines, which will be ending soon.
Provisional registrations for a Master’s degree
Students who wish to provisionally register for a Master’s degree programme must submit their Bachelor’s certificate to Student Admission and Registry after their provisional acceptance to the Master’s degree programme. The following deadlines apply:
- - For provisional registrations for a Master’s degree starting in the winter semester 2021/22: verification of the Bachelor’s degree must be presented by 30.09.2022 at the latest. (Exception: the deadline for two-semester Master’s degree programmes ends on 31.03.2022.)
- - For provisional registrations for a Master’s degree starting in the summer semester 2022: verification of the Bachelor’s degree must be presented by 31.03.2023 at the latest. (Exception: the deadline for two-semester Master’s degree programmes ends on 30.09.2022.)
More information on this can be found on the Student Admission and Registry webpages.
Compensation for disadvantages for international students
International students have the option to submit a request for compensation for disadvantages if they can plausibly describe and prove that they are prevented from attending face-to-face lectures due to circumstances beyond their control. This can be the case if the person cannot get a visa to enter Germany, for example.
You can find all the current information on the CAU’s corona website, as usual:
To our coronavisus websites.
To the contact details for advisory services
With kind regards,
Claudia Ricarda Meyer, Chancellor
Prof. Dr Markus Hundt, Vice-President