On the following page, you can find program-specific and cross-program information about examinations and academic performance.

You can submit your take-home assignments / presentations in the Examination Office. If you wish, we can give you a receipt for the submission; you can print out the submission receipt here (German only) and bring it with you when you submit your take-home assignment / project paper / presentation to the Examination Office.

Please note that every take-home assignment / project paper must contain a sworn statement (German only) about working on the examination by yourself.

You can register your thesis papers (Master or Bachelor thesis) in the Examination Office.

You can register all other examination performances via the electronic application procedure "HISQIS Portal".

Please note the regulations and application deadlines explained in more detail in the "Announcements" for your program and specified in the examination regulations.

Leaflet on electronic application procedure (German only)

When receiving BAföG financial aid benefits, according to the BAföG leaflet (German only) you must provide evidence of the necessary number of credits [ECTS] depending on semester and program. Since September 19, 2011 it is sufficient to submit your online self-service performance evidence to the BAföG office. Form No. 5 according to § 48 BAföG is no longer necessary to receive benefits.  

Please plan a corresponding course of studies in time so you do not endanger your financial aid.

Please contact the Examination Office concerning BAföG matters.

The Examination Office will advise you in all examination problems, in particular procedural questions. Please contact the office directly or by email to your case worker in the Examination Office.

In addition, you also have access to subject-related consulting from the Head of degree course, the respective lecturers, and – in particular in case of PO applications – the Chairman of the Examination Office.

You can receive a standardized certificate on your performance in the program (transcript) at the Student Services Center.

You can create your own transcripts at the self-service terminal using your Study Chip or on the HIS-QIS-Portal (HIS).

The Examination Office will be glad to issue you new transcripts for different purposes if need be. If you need a transcript in English, we ask you to create this yourself and to submit it to the Examination Office for confirmation.

After completing an examination procedure, you have the right (regulated in the General Regulations for Examinations for the Bachelor and Master degrees (§30)) to view your examination documentation for one year (examination viewing, viewing of take-home assignments, certificated on thesis papers).

If you would like to discuss examinations with the full-time teachers (professors), please make an appointment with the respective professor. The central examination viewing only concerns examinations of adjunct lecturers. Please note that this viewing does not represent a discussion of the examination documentation with the teachers. If you want to discuss the exam, we recommend talking to the examiner soon after the announcement of the grade.

Winter semester 2019/20 

Wed, Nov. 11, 2018, 9:00 – 11:00, Building 4, Room 109/110
Reporting deadline: Mon, Oct. 28, 2019

Here you can find the form for viewing (German only). Please check whether the examination you have requested is available in the Examination Office before the deadline expires. Here (German only) you can find an overview of all examinations given during the last winter semester and summer semester. In order to view examinations that are not available in the Examination Office, please contact the professor / instructor directly.

As illustration of the interdisciplinary nature of the curriculum, Bachelor programs of the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences contain a module on the "Interdisciplinary general program" for 5 ECTS credits. This is a module, in which subject-related articles from at least three faculties are connected into on cross-sectional topic and are offered as mandatory for the acquisition of competence.

Faculty 3 participates in the offered modules of the "Interdisciplinary general program."

Students whose curriculum for this semester includes the "Interdisciplinary General Studies" module can choose from the following offers (German only).

In the event you have a medically certified handicap due to disability, accident, or illness, you have the right to special accommodations when taking examinations.

Please use the following request form (German only) for this purpose and pay attention to the notes (German only).

You have the right to appeal examination-relevant decisions (e.g. non-admission to an examination, grading of a performance, rejection of a request to the examination board, failing an examination). For this purpose, please contact the Assistant lecturer for examination law and fundamental matters of study. Your right to appeal is defined in the examination regulations of your program.

Please note, that your appeal must be submitted in writing to the Assistant.

 

The Examination Office creates the degree certificate for you, as well as  the Master or Bachelor diplomas and the Diploma Supplement. This happens officially after completion of the last examination. The student must sign for the receipt of the certificate.

 

As illustration of the interdisciplinary nature of the curriculum, Bachelor programs of the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences contain a module on the "Interdisciplinary general program" for 5 ECTS credits. This is a module, in which subject-related articles from at least three faculties are connected into on cross-sectional topic and are offered as mandatory for the acquisition of competence.

Faculty 3 participates in the offered modules of the "Interdisciplinary general program."

Students whose curriculum for this semester includes the "Interdisciplinary General Studies" module can choose from the following offers (German only).

Here you can find information if you would like to study abroad at a partner university.

In the following, you will find a small selection of libraries and data bases that you can use for your research. Please note that you can access certain data bases only through the university network or with a license.

Plagiarism - What you need to know (duration 9:25 min.) (German only) 

The library of the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences offers regular introductory training events on different topics in the area of academic work. For more information see here.

The citability and citation value of sources is important for writing academic papers. There are many journals, which makes it all the more difficult to find the right publications from the masses.

Get the web app to your smartphone!
The official web app of Faculty 3 – Business and Law is now compatible with Android, iOS, and Windows devices. 

Important note!
Please open the web app with your mobile web browser from http://you-at-fb3.de/app. Save it as a bookmark on your phone.
The web app is not available in the Apple App Store, Google Play Store, or Microsoft Windows Phone Store.

Overview of all functions

  • LARS – Live Audience Response System for increasing the interaction between students and teachers during the course,
  • you@fb3 – The Portal for success in program and profession,
  • Faculty News,
  • Examination registration in the HISQIS portal,
  • My program for student life,
  • Moodle for busy bees,
  • Meal plan for the hungry,
  • and lots more.

Contact

Director of the R&D project LARS

Project manager web app

Prof. Dr. Christian RichOnur Babat
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