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:
Semester-related information, such as registration deadlines and examination dates, permitted examination aids and information on viewing exam scripts.
The registration deadline and examination dates in the Public Law introductory module for Constitutional Law I and Constitutional Law II can be found on the website of the Dean's Office of the Faculty of Law.
- Study and examination regulations
- List of examination codes for examination regulations version 20102 (German)
Second resit of module examinations:
As of now, students who are studying in accordance with the examination regulations in the 2010 version also have two resit attempts for all modules. Previously, this was only possible for a single module. This is governed by a transitional provision (§ 12) in the subject study and examination regulations (version 2018).
- Deletion of two introductory modules for the calculation of the final grade (German)
- Degree Certificate and Transcripts Request Form
Did you have credits transferred to your degree programme at the University of Passau for modules completed elsewhere? Then you must complete the Registration of Periods of Study or Work Abroad Form and hand it in together with the Degree Certificate and Transcripts Request Form.
Some chairs require additional information from students for the purpose of organising examinations. Please be sure to check the webpages of the relevant chairs for additional registration requirements.
Please note that the examinations of the Faculty of Law may have earlier registration and examination dates. Please contact the examiners for information, if you are unsure of the dates.
Resit examinations: According to § 16(1) of the study and examination regulations for B.A. Governance and Public Policy, resits for failed examinations must take place within 6 months. The resit period is extended by a further 6 months if the module is not offered in the semester immediately following the failed examination.
Language modules in excess of the required ECTS credits in competence module E can be marked as additional assessments up to the point at which you request your degree certificate and academic transcripts. In your bachelor's programme, you can select the better, consecutive examination achievements of a language; these are not automatically selected by the system. Should you require early deselection of your additional language assessments for application purposes, inform us of this requirement in writing (simple letter, no form required).
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.