Booking Modules

The required modules can be booked and canceled in the module booking tool. By booking a module, students register for an examination in the same semester. Modules may only be booked and canceled within the permitted period.

Deadlines Spring Semester 2017

Start of the module booking period 19 January 2017 from 10:00am
End of the module booking period 17 March 2017 up to 12:00am
Start of the cancellation period 19 January 2017 from 10:00am
End of the cancellation period 14 April 2017 up to 12:00am

Deadlines Fall Semester 2016

Start of the module booking period 18 August 2016 from 10:00am
End of the module booking period 14 October 2016 up to 24:00am
Start of the cancellation period 18 August 2016 from 10:00am
End of the cancellation period 11 November 2016 up to 12:00am

Before booking modules, please read the program regulations RS 4.2.1 B Law and/or
RS M Law carefully.

Two-Semester Modules

Please note that you book two-semester modules in the semester in which you wish to take the examination. Students who book the module at the beginning of the first semester will be automatically registered for the examination at the end of the first semester and must sit the examination covering the content of both semesters.

Group Assignment for Courses

Where courses are held several times, with students being assigned according to the first letter of their surnames, make sure to attend the appropriate course. In exceptional cases, such as being in gainful employment, you may also change groups. If there is no group assignment, you are free to choose which course you attend. Irrespective of whether there is any group assignment or not, always book the module alone and not the course.

After Booking

Check your bookings. You are personally responsible for ensuring that your module bookings are complete and correct. Only your module bookings and cancellations in the module booking tool are binding. We strongly recommend that you print out your bookings and cancellations under the heading “Academic Achievements” and keep them in a safe place each semester. This printout can be used as evidence if there are any discrepancies.

Taking Master’s Modules in Advance

Students on the Faculty of Law’s Bachelor's degree program have the opportunity to book Master's modules equating to a maximum of 60 ECTS credits, provided they need a maximum of 18 ECTS credits for the Bachelor’s degree.

The booking application may only be submitted to the Dean's Office during the periods allowed for booking modules.

The option of doing Master’s modules in advance is only available to students at the Faculty of Law studying law as a major subject.

Master’s theses may be completed during the Bachelor’s degree program. Completed Master’s theses do not form part of the Master’s modules taken in advance equating to 60 ECTS credits.