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How are the exams structured?

The Master's program is built on 13 modules. There is an exam at the end of each module. The regular exams are held during the semester breaks. The sequence of the exams reflects the module structure of the program.

A module exam can be repeated twice. In order to avoid delays in the program, re-examinations are held at the beginning of the summer semester break. The Master's program ends with a colloquium where students are required to defend their Master's thesis.

Further details on the exams and modules can be found under "examination regulations" in the download section.

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