Next application period is February 1 to April 30, 2021!
More information at "how to aply"
Lecture period: 02.11.2020 to 26.02.2021 (with 05.10. - 24.10. for second exam phase summer semester resp. 15.02.-27.02.2021 for first exam phase winter semester).
Without courses/classes: December 21, 2020 to January 01, 2021
Registration period first exam phase winter semester : will be annouced as soon as available
First exam period winter semester: 15.02. - 27.02.2021
Registration period second exam phase winter semester: will be annouced as soon as available
Second exam period winter semester: 29.03.2021 - 17.04.2021
Complete schedule (see also CAU website): will be announced as soon as available
Keep in mind - it's your responsibility not to miss any fixed dates and/or deadlines.
Practical courses, practical exercises and some seminars have compulsory attendance (FPO § 10).
Make sure that you sign the attendance list every course day!
Framework of courses:
For details concerning exams, prerequisites etc. look at the exam regulations in Biological Oceanography (p. 10-13).
Forms concerning exam withdrawal for good cause, medical certificate etc. (forms).
General regulations concerning examinations can be found here.
Considerations concerning using first or second exam phase (CAU).
Exams are generally scheduled only for the semester where the modules are taught.
Examination Schedule (lecturers and students tasks (link to CAU))
Details: More detailed information concerning single courses and modules can be found on OLAT in general or via our module list, with links to the resp. module information on OLAT.
For optional modules within Biological Oceanography look at the module list and for courses outside of our curriculum look here (optional courses outside of Biological Oceanography).
As you can take many optional modules outside of our curriculum these are not included in the example list and timetable below.
For optional modules within Biological Oceanography look at the module list and for courses outside of our curriculum look here (Optionals outside of Biological Oceanography).