We wish you good luck and success for the upcoming exam period and would like to provide you with some important information about the upcoming examination period.
Dates for centrally managed examinations
Please check C@MPUS regularly for up-to-date information about the date, time, and room of your examination! The dates have been confirmed and will only be changed in absolute emergencies. Changes to times and rooms, on the other hand are much more common.
It is not possible to sit an exam without prior registration in C@MPUS
It is not possible to sit an exam without prior registration in C@MPUS. This means, if you are not registered for exams in C@MPUS, you will not be able to take them. Registering for examinations at a later date via the Examinations Office is also not possible under any circumstances.
Regulations for students with disabilities and chronic illnesses
Students with disabilities and chronic illnesses may be able to apply for academic accommodations. If you have applied for academic accommodations, please contact your examiner in good time.
Withdrawal from exam registration
The usual regulations specified in the examination regulations apply for the individual study programs. In accordance with this, withdrawing your registration without good reason is only possible up to seven days before the exam is due to take place (exceptions: course examinations (lehrveranstaltungsbegleitende Prüfungen – LBP) and repeat examinations).
Centrally or decentrally managed examinations
In addition to the examinations managed centrally by the Examinations Office, there are also a large number of examinations that are managed decentrally, i.e. by the examiners themselves. Some of these examinations will take place before February 12. You can see whether an exam is decentrally or centrally managed through the information about the examination date in C@MPUS.
We wish you good luck and success for the upcoming exam period!
Student Service and Examination Office
Pfaffenwaldring 5c, 70569 Stuttgart
- Further information
- Please contact the Student Service and Examination Office via our contact form, phone or during our office hours (onsite or online).