Exam information for University of London International Programmes (CertHE and LLB)
This page provides programme-specific information on examinations. If you are looking for general information on examinations or semester-specific information, follow the relevant link below:
General information on assessments (e.g. on internships, dissertations, theses and certificates) and forms (e.g. on inability to attend examinations, credit transfers etc.).
Semester-related information, such as registration deadlines and examination dates, permitted examination aids and information on viewing exam scripts.
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Examination registration and deadlines
Registration deadlines: examination entry for the University of London International Programmes
Due to the ongoing Situation with online-examinations (undergraduated law) there are no Validation codes necessary for the Mai/ June and repeat examinations in October examinations.
If you have any questions about the programme, please contact the Programme Convenor, Mr Andrew Otto.
The University of London website contains further information about the programme and schedules.
Students who, having completed their CertHE in Common Law, require a certificate for the following purposes will receive it after presenting the original certificate from London and their copies to Ms Lang at the Examinations Office:
- For foreign language training in accordance with § 37(4) Bavarian Training and Examination Regulations for Law Programmes (JAPO).
- For the requirement of § 24(2).
Ms Gerlinde Lang
Room VW 211
Phone: +49 851 509 1198
Fax: +49 851 509 1145
E-mail contact form
Monday to Thursday 9 a.m. to 12 noon
Wednesday afternoon: 1:00 to 3:30 p.m.
Closed on Fridays; telephone hotline from 9 a.m. to 12 noon
Data privacy notice
For data protection reasons, enquiries and applications by e-mail or telephone cannot always be answered. Please contact the contact person for your programme. We apologise for any inconvenience.