General Information

Fact Sheet for Examinations

Carefully read the Fact Sheet for Examinations, which provides all the important information about the exams.
Fact Sheet for Examinations, RS 4.1.3 (PDF, 149 KB)

Illness / absence - exam deregistrations

The deregistration from an oral or written exam is only possible for compelling, unpredictable and unavoidable circumstances. Immediately after the occurrence of such a compelling reason - but at the latest within five working days - a written deregistration request with supporting evidence must be lodged via the student portal using the "My Requests" tile. The candidate of an oral exam must also deregister the exam with the respective chair.

Instructions on the deregistration procedure for examinations (PDF, 166 KB)

 student portal

Exam download

The exams are available for download (see teaser top right) for one semester. Please ensure that you have downloaded your exams before starting the next examination period.

Exam room

The exams take place at the premises of the University and at the Messezentrum Zürich, Halle 7.

Messezentrum Zürich (PDF, 130 KB)

The detailed information on the exam rooms and corresponding allotted examination serial numbers can be found in the current examination period.

Note: In case of discrepancies please contact us immediately at Exams Management

The basic Information about the authorised legal texts and auxiliary materials can be found in Fact Sheet for Examinations, RS 4.1.3. (PDF, 149 KB)

Deviating and supplementary provisions, as well as the indication of the necessary legislative texts for each exam, are determined by the examiners for the corresponding examination period in the document "Legal Texts and Other Resources".

Legal Texts and Other Resources; Fall Semester 2019, Master of Law (PDF, 733 KB)

Important Notice:

It is up to the students to inform themselves in advance which auxiliary means are admitted to the exams and to check the relevant auxiliary means for each exam carefully. The legal department is glad to assist students regarding questions and uncertainties. We wish to point out  that neither the person in charge of the lecture hall nor the invigilators will provide any binding information before the exam begins.