Orientation test

The orientation test is an early part of the Bachelor's examination, which is usually taken during the course of study. Students must take the orientation examination by the 3rd semester at the latest. If this deadline is not met, the orientation examination is definitively failed and the right to take the examination expires. The primary purpose of the orientation examination is to help students decide whether they have made the right choice of degree programme. The organisation of the orientation examination is the responsibility of the relevant faculties. The Bachelor's examination regulations that apply to you specify whether an orientation examination is required for your degree programme and, if so, these can be found in the examination regulations.