Please note that the Admission & Registrar’s Office is closed at all three campuses on May 14, 2021. On this day the staff cannot be reached through telephone or e-mail.
We ask for your understanding.
On the website of the Admission & Registrar´s Office "examinations" you can find current information on exam-relevant topics within the alternating presence operation of the BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg. Further information of the terms and conditions during online mode is also given by the general FAQ of the university.
Update 26.04.2021: Information on special examination procedures for summer semester 2021
The following topics have bee updated:
- Information on the extended right ofde-registration in summer semester 2021
- How are the examination attempts in summer semester 2021 evaluated?
- Registration of the final thesis
The following topics have been updated / supplemented via the above-mentioned websites:
Update 01. Feb. 2021
- Extended right of de-registration in winter semester 2020/21
- Grading of examination attempts in winter semester 2020/21
- Extension of the processing time for final theses in winter semester 2020/21
Update 05. Mar. 2021
The information on the Higher Education Pandemic Ordinance (HPandV) and the first amendment (AendHPandV) has been updated/added.
Update 22. Mar. 2021
Information on the display of failed examinations of the WiSe 2020/21 in the student online portal
Update 31. Mar. 2021
In mid-April, the Senate and the university management will discuss whether there will again be special regulations in the summer semester, e.g. on exam participation, attempt scoring or also on the processing time for theses. The decisions and the practical consequences will be announced here and on the general FAQ pages.
The BTU is still in online mode / alternating presence operation and the Admissions and Registrar's Office can be reached mainly by e-mail.
If you submit requests by e-mail in accordance with the BTU's current guidelines, the date of receipt of the e-mail will be considered the date of receipt of the mail.
For more comprehensive matters it is alsosy possible to arrange individual appointments for telephone or online counselling with the study programme administrators. To do so, please send an e-mail to your study programme administrators with details of your request, all necessary information, as well as the necessary documents on the subject matter.
For particularly urgent matters, the colleagues in the Information Centre will also be available to help you by telephone:
Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Information Centre Main Campus
T +49 (0) 355 69 5569
Information Centre Senftenberg
T +49 (0) 3573 85 271
Thank you very much for your patience and understanding.
The following validation stations are available for updating the chip card imprint:
Main Building: Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m
Building 7 Foyer: opening hours of the libraries
Building 2 Foyer: Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m
Library: opening hours of the libraries
The security guard provides access in each case.
For the General Studies in winter semester 2020/21 in study programmes at the BTU only the modules stated in the catalogue are permitted. Other modules are not allowed to be selected.
Please notice the indices, which are determined by the heads of the study programmes. Not all the modules in the catalogue are permitted in every study programme.
The General Studies (GS) are intended to teach skills beyond the specialised knowledge. Therefore General Studies are not part of the regular study programme, but add subject independent aspects. They do not replace skill integrated instruction, necessary from the angle of the study programme.
Guideline General Studies (Link fehlt)
Students studying a modularized programme can register the modules of the general studies online.