For oral examinations in mathematics please initially register for the exam during the registration period via TUCaN.
Please differentiate between the following oral examinations for the procedure of scheduling dates.
Master’s specialisation examinations and examinations in Teaching Mathematics at Grammar Schools and Master of Education
You must collect an additional confirmation that you have registered from the Office for Student Affairs which you must then take to your examiner to schedule the exam. The completed and signed agreement on scheduling must be handed into the Office for Students Affairs – Mathematics no later than one week prior to the examination date (however, at least by the end of the ongoing semester). If the form is not returned to the Office for Student Affairs in time, any examination dates or examinations taken will be declared null and void.
Standard oral examinations (mathematics students)
For all other standard oral examinations, dates can be scheduled with the examiner directly who will then enter them on TUCaN. To agree on a date, please approach the examiner directly.
Should your examiner not wish to make use of the option to agree on examination dates directly, you will have to use the form to schedule your oral examination date employing the same procedure as for Master’s specialisations, Teaching Mathematics at Secondary Schools and Master of Education dates.
Standard oral examinations (students from other departments)
For standard oral examinations, dates can be scheduled with the examiner directly who will then enter them on TUCaN. To agree on a date, please approach the examiner directly.
Should your examiner not wish to make use of the option to agree on examination dates directly, please inform us about the details of your examinations (date, time and examiner) by e-mail. Please also observe any stipulations made by your own department about scheduling examination dates (relevant forms etc.).
Important: All oral examinations must have been taken before the beginning of lectures in the subsequent semester.
If you have registered an examination on TUCaN, you must still use the relevant form to register the date or agree on a date, which is then entered on TUCaN by your examiner, prior to the deadline. Failure to do so will result in your de-registration by the Office for Student Affairs – Mathematics at the end of the semester (31.03./30.09.). You can only re-register in the following semester.