Information for students
Please enter your current contact details on Stud.IP
We ask that you enter your current phone number and address in Stud.IP in the Profile tab under Contact tracing. The data stored there is not visible to lecturers or other students This information will only be used if the local health authority orders contact tracing after an in-person exam or course.
A summary of the main measures
Here is a checklist [German content] with the main steps for the examination process and what you as a student have to be aware of when you sit the exam.
Good to know
The hygiene rules and the coughing/sneezing etiquette must be observed.
Dress warm! The examination halls/rooms have to be ventilated regularly.
It is essential that you check the examination date and seating plan for central examinations in advance.
You can find the exam schedule for central examinations on the semester-related information page.
From 22 July 2022 onwards, you will also find the seating plans for central examinations there. Be sure to inform yourself in advance of the location of your desk, so you can go straight to your desk after entering the exam venue rather than having to look for it first. Our aim is to avoid any queuing, crowding or clustering of exam candidates to keep the covid risk to an absolute minimum.
If an examination room has two access doors, you have to designate separate entrances and exits.
Only one person may visit the lavatory at any one time and must wear an FFP2 face mask.
If you are an international student and are currently abroad and affected by travel restrictions, please contact the programme coordinator for your degree programme or your faculty administration (Dean's Office) if you have any questions about the examination format. Luise Haack of the International Support Service will help you with any questions you may have about entering Germany or finding accommodation.
Insofar as contact restrictions pursuant to the Bavarian disease control ordinance remain in place, pregnant students may only attend in-person examinations if special protective precautions are taken. Pregnant students should immediately contact the Diversity and Gender Equality Section.
Here you will find external contacts for further information.
- Bavarian State Ministry of Health and Care [German content]
- Current information from the City of Passau [German content]
Here you will find the most frequently asked questions about covid-19.