Online registration is available for a number of compulsory and compulsory elective module exams in bachelor’s and master’s programs.
Elective modules generally need to be registered directly with the exams team for the relevant degree program.
Online registration is possible for the first examination attempt and the first repeat. If you need to repeat the examination a second time, you have to register directly with the exams team.
If online registration is possible, students are REQUIRED to register online using QISPOS. Please note that examination registration is only open during specific registration periods. After the deadline, it is only possible to register directly with the relevant examination team in the Examination Section. This also requires written agreement from the examiner.
You have to obtain permission to retroactively register for a QISPOS examination from your academic chair and present this to your examination team in IB.
It is only then possible to register retroactively for the examination in question.
If your academic chair or the exams team do not provide you with this permission, this may be due to certain criteria not being fulfilled and you will not be able to take part in the examination.
Student accounts for calculating the transcript of records are updated automatically, usually during the night or on the weekend. If your credit points have not been updated by the following day, please notify us via the QISPOS contact form. We will then manually update your student account so that both accounts show the correct number of credit points.
For questions relating to problems with the information contained in your student account (e.g. missing grades), please contact your exams team or inquire within your academic chair.
These modules are assigned to the degree programs Physics, and Natural Sciences in the Information Society.
Students studying in the Physics degree program can register via SAP.
Students studying in the Natural Sciences in the Information Society degree program should request proof of courses taken from their academic chair and present these to their exams team in order to register.