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Recognition of coursework and/or examinations
Application for recognition [pdf, 260 kb] de
Application for a Wildcard module [pdf, 176 kb] de (free composed advanced module)
Application for an Interdisciplinary module [pdf, 102 kb] de (advanced module of another degree programme)
Application for an Additional module [pdf, 110 kb] de
Application for Project/Specialisation module [pdf, 217 kb] de (new!)
Withdrawal, Application for case of hardship due to the pandemic and others
Application to withdraw with medical certificate [pdf, 177 kb] de
Application for case of hardship / 4th trial for an exam of summer semester 2020 due to the pandemic [pdf, 235 kb] de (new!)
Application for improvement of grades [pdf, 86 kb] de (MBC and MMB, only)
All around the thesis
Application for acceptance of a Master thesis [pdf, 92 kb] de
Confirmation about completion of experimental work [pdf, 90 kb] de
Application to change the title of Diploma thesis/ Bachelor thesis/ Master thesis [pdf, 148 kb] de
Application to extend the submission deadline due to the pandemic [pdf, 150 kb] de
Information about usage of sources in written papers
Here you find general information about usage of sources and consideration of the copyright [pdf, 35 kb] de in written papers (German only)
Delivery of certificates
Data control sheet for the delivery of the certificates [pdf, 229 kb] de (dt/engl)
of study and examination regulations, study plans and module catalogues for all study programmes; sorted chronologically by courses
Collection of Legal Notes (German: Verkündungsblatt) de
legally binding versions of study and examination regulations, published by the Friedrich Schiller University (in German)
Module catalogues and module descriptions
Link to the information provided in Friedolin
Friedolin is the online study administration of the University of Jena. Here you can compile your timetable, register for courses and exams, view module catalogues or print grade overviews.
The assurance and further development of the quality of the teaching and study situation at the faculty is based on a permanent exchange between students, teachers and the committees of the faculty.
If you are interested in the decision-making processes at our faculty and would possibly even like to participate in them (e.g. in the context of teaching quality assurance), you can find out more about the examination boards and the study commission!
The following sites provide contact to persons involved in organizing courses and examinations:
Information for internationals about possibilities to finance your studies with jobs, scholarships or other options you can find here: