Registration for a module exam is required and binding. You always log in with your personal tub-Account. Physics or Historical Urban Studies students log in via SAP tuPORT-Portal; students in all other study courses use Moses and select "MTS / Module exams registration/deregistration" after logging in. If your module exam is not to be registered via MTS or SAP, register the exam with the department using the registration form.
The registration period for module examinations generally begins 15 April for the summer semester and 15 October for the winter semester. As a general the Examiners set the registration deadline, if they do not the deadline:
If you missed the registration period, you can submit a late registration.
If deregistration is no longer possible (three days befor written or oral exam date or the day befor the first first component in Portfolio-Exam), students may withdraw. They must always submit proof of the reason for their withdrawal request (Section 63 (6)). Withdrawal must be submitted to the examiner and the examination office on the day of the exam (befor the beginning) at the latest. To withdraw, for example due to illness, you must submit the form for de-registration and withdrawal including the reasons for withdrawal and the corresponding necessary documentation (Attest or replacement certificate of a doctor for work incapacity certificate). Both documents must be submitted to your examination team no later than five days after the exam date. Certificates created for a fee by online vendors will not be accepted.
Depending on the module examination, withdrawal the day of an examination due to illness is permitted a maximum of two times with a sick note (Gelber Schein). If your doctor only takes electronic sick notes from January 2023, you may be able to obtain and present a replacement certificate or you may already have to have a detailed sick note (Attest) when you first report sick. Should this happen a third time, you must submit a detailed sick note (Attest) or equivalent detailed written statement from your physician in addition to your declaration of withdrawal. Both documents must be submitted to your examination team no later than five days after the exam date. The Attest cannot be issued after the exam date.
The relevant examination board for your degree program will make a decision regarding your inability to take the exam on the basis of the doctor’s information. The rule applies regardless of which attempt (first, second, last) and regardless of whether the withdrawals due to illness are successive.
If your child’s illness causes you to withdraw the day of the exam, then you must submit a sick note for your child in addition to the form Withdrawal of Registration for an Examination.
Such withdrawals are not counted towards the multiple sickness-related withdrawals rule for an examination.