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Here are some important organizational tips for your time studying at THU.
It is clearly advantageous to be familiar with the framework conditions for your degree program. Familiarize yourself with the regulations and structures early on, so that your studies run smoothly and so you will be able to look back on your time at university with fond memories.
Regulations and guidelines relevant for your degree program
The course and examination regulations describe the structure of the course and define the framework conditions for examinations. We expect you to be familiar with the regulations concerning your degree program. You can find the appropriate course and examination regulations and all the regulations and guidelines relevant to your degree program online.
Already enrolled students will find other important documentation on the President's Office webpage on the intranet.
Registration for classes
It is only in the basic study period that you are registered for classes and examinations completely automatically.
From the main study period on, and if you are doing a Master's, you are permitted to deviate from the specified semester plans.
Although you are currently automatically registered for all mandatory classes (in your respective taught semester) in the main study period or for your master's degree program, it is your responsibility to check that these are correct and, in addition, you must register yourself for elective subjects, extra subjects and alternative classes. The automatic booking of compulsory subjects runs until one week before lectures start. In contrast to the basic study period, here you have the chance to deregister from classes (deadline: two weeks after the start of lectures at the latest).
It is important that you re-register on time and that the file shows the correct taught semester! Otherwise, the automated pre-allocation will not work.
You must register for classes via LSF (online system for planning and allocating classes – and for deregistering from examinations). Find more details here.
Re-registration in the next semester
If you are already enrolled at Ulm University of Applied Sciences and you wish to continue your studies in the next semester, you must re-register before the deadline expires. The re-registration period generally ends three weeks before the end of lectures in the relevant semester. Re-registration occurs by paying the semester fees and course fees by bank transfer. Find out more here.
Applications and forms
General forms (for Bachelor's and Master's degree programs)
Registration / submission of theses
Non-disclosure agreement for thesis work and practical project report
Application for admission to a higher semester
Formal documentation of consultation on choice of degree program
Reimbursement of fees
Reimbursement of the Students' Union fee (Studierendenwerksbeitrag)
Leave of absence
Removal from the register of students
Special applications and forms for Master's degree programs
Application for issue of diploma certificate
Confirmation of additional subject
Evaluation of the Master's Thesis
Extension of the Master's Thesis
Project work Electrical Energy Systems & Electromobility
Project work Intelligent Systems
Project work SYE Electrical Engineering
Project work SYE/SYL/SYM
Project work MMD
Overview of grades for application for a place on a Master's degree program
Learning Agreement (Studienvereinbarung) for Master's degree students
Here is an overview of the special download sections for forms for the relevant departments:
Department of Computer Science
Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
Department of Production Engineering and Production Economics
Department of Mechanical and Automotive Engineering
Department of Mechatronics and Medical Engineering
Department of Mathematics, Natural and Economic Sciences
Information for international applicants
International applicants who would like to study for a Master's qualification at THU can find out more here.
FAQs on applying for a Master’s degree program
Here is the FAQs List for applying for Master's degree programs online.
Sickness on examination days
If you are unable to take an examination because you became ill before the examination began, you must inform your department office of your inability to take the examination without delay and provide evidence as stipulated in your course and examination regulations. Please contact your department office.
Certificate of enrollment
You can call up and print out certificates of enrollment in German or in English using the self-service function. You can also print a comprehensive certificate of enrollment which you will need for the Bafög office and the Familienkasse.
Certain personal circumstances which take up a lot of your time in addition to your studies, may mean you need to extend your studies over a longer period than you originally intended. Find a list of FAQs about individual part-time studying here.