Studies Nanotechnology
Exam Information

EXAM INFORMATION

Regulation on subsequent registration for examinations

In the past, there has been an increasing number of applications for late exam registration. The examination regulations clearly state that each examination must be registered for the current semester within the examination registration period. As a matter of principle, no additional examination registration must be granted. This will be handled very strictly from the coming semester onwards. Therefore, in your own interest, please make sure that you register for the examination properly and in good time.

WRITTEN EXAMS FOR BACHELOR STUDENTS OF NANOTECHNOLOGY

Please find the current dates on the respective pages of the individual subjects.


WRITTEN EXAMS FOR MASTER STUDENTS OF NANOTECHNOLOGY


APPLICATIONS TO THE EXAMINATION BOARD

Applications to the examination board must be sent informally, but signed, to the Programme Coordinator.

If applicable, a certificate (original) must be submitted.

Normally, as a rule, decisions on all collected applications are taken weekly by the examination board. The applications will be implemented by the Academic Examination Office. Students also receive information from the Examination Office on the status of their application. If you have any questions, please contact Mr Meier from Academic Examination Office directly.

In the following some reasons for an application to the examination board are listed as examples:

  • Examination outside the examination period
  • compensation for disadvantages
  • Requests due to PO change:
    • Non-occupancy of QM / ACII
    • Crediting/postponement of module X in area Y (Master's programme)
    • Introduction of overhang points in the area of key competences

RULES FOR THE SUBMISSION OF FINAL THESES

With the decision of the Nanotechnology Study Commission of 26.01.2021, the procedure for submitting theses will be digitalised. By submitting a pdf file by email to the supervisor(s) and study programme coordination at the same time, the uniformity of the contents is guaranteed and the deadline is automatically met.

The pdf file must therefore be sent by email by the day of the deadline at the latest.

Prior to the grade determination by the supervisor of the Bachelor's thesis, or the first and second supervisor of the Master's thesis, a print version identical to the pdf file must also be submitted to the supervisor(s). From now on, the programme coordination no longer requires a print version.

The thesis must contain a signed declaration of independence both in the digital version and in the print version.


RULES GOVERNING THE HEARING PROCEDURE

  • For Bachelor students with a total score of 140 LP or higher, the hearing procedure shall be suspended if, in addition, either the specialist internship has already been recognised or the topic of the Bachelor thesis has already been issued.
  • For Master students with a total score of 80 LP or higher, the hearing procedure shall be suspended if the topic of the Master thesis has already been issued.
  • For students in the first semester of the Bachelor's and Master's programme in nanotechnology, the hearing procedure shall be suspended. This is based on the assumption that in the first semester a delayed orientation in the course of study leads to reduced performance and, as a rule, does not fulfil the function of counselling and performance assessment due to the uncounted hearing.
Flyer for the hearing procedure (GE)
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PROGRAMME COORDINATION

Dr. rer. nat. Katrin Radatz
Programme Coordinator
Address
Appelstraße 11/11a
30167 Hannover
Building
Room
Address
Appelstraße 11/11a
30167 Hannover
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Advice

For efficient processing of your enquiries, please always state your full name, matriculation number, degree programme and semester. If you have questions about the PO or module services, please also state the PO valid for you and the exact module name. In case of urgent inquiries, you are also welcome to mention a telephone number.