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Regulations

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin regulations

The Statute of Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (ZSP-HU, Official Gazette 15/2013). Please also note the corresponding amendments. The Statute is valid in connection to General Study and Examination Regulations (SPO) for each study program.

With the beginning of the winter semester 2016/17 new study and examination regulations have come into effect for the bachelor's and master's degree programs in Business Administration and Economics, Economics and Management Science (MEMS), Business Information Technology (M.Sc.).
Students who took up their studies in one of the mentioned study courses (incl. changing the University and / or degree program) on 01.10.2016 will complete their studies exclusively according to these regulations.
For students who wish to switch to the new regulations before the final expiry of the existing regulations, the Faculty Council decided to adopt transitional rules.

The following list summarizes answers to frequently asked questions about switching to SPO 2016: FAQ (last update: 20.12.2016). The document only exists in German, so please contact us with your questions should your knowledge of German not be sufficient.

Please always read the published documents carefully before you contact us with your questions or hand in your application to switch to SPO 2016.

 

Bachelor's Degree Programs


Business Administration mono-bachelor’s program, Business Administration combined bachelor’s program, ÜWP (extracurricular compulsory field) for non-faculty students: AMB 45/2016


Economics mono-bachelor's degree program, Economics on a combined bachelor’s degre program, ÜWP (extracurricular compulsory field) for non-faculty students: AMB 47/2016


Information on Chairs' Requirements for Graduation Theses as well as guidelines for students on scientific work can be found on the pages of our student advisory centre


 

The Study and Examination Regulations (SPO) for the following Bachelor's Degree Programs will expire at the end of 30.09.2020
 
Business Administration

 

  • Course and examination regulations 2010: Official Gazette 23/2010 (with amendments)
  • Course regulations chart for the Business Administration mono-BA
  • Course regulations chart for Business Administration as a second subject
  • Modules (as of 20.04.2016 - will not be updated, the crediting of any new courses can be found in the commented lecture register)


Economics

  • Course and examination regulations 2010: Official Gazette 24/2010 (with amendments)
  • Course regulations chart for the Economics mono-BA
  • Course regulations chart for Economics as a second subject
  • Modules (as of 20.04.2016 - will not be updated, the crediting of any new courses can be found in the commented lecture register)

 

Notes on the career-related additional qualifications (BZQ) for the Business Administration and Economics Mono-Bachelor Degree Programs - only for The Study and Examination Regulations 2010

 


 

Information about the Bachelor's Degree Program in Economic Education are to be found at the examination office of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

 


Master's Degree Programs

 

Application form for switching to the new regulations 2016 in Master's Degree Programs in Business Administration, Economics, Economics and Management Science as well as Business Information Technology

The transitional rules for master study programs have been determined on 19.10.2016 by the Faculty Council


Business Administration
Economics
Economics and Management Science (MEMS)
Business Information Technology

 


Information on Chairs' Requirements for Graduation Theses as well as guidelines for students on scientific work can be found on the pages of our student advisory centre


The study and examination regulations for the following Master's Degree Programs will have lost their validity after 30. September 2019

Business Administration

  • Course and examination regulations: Official Gazette 2/2008 (corrections included)
  • Course regulations chart
  • Modules (as of 21.06.2016 - will not be updated, the crediting of any new courses can be found in the commented lecture register)


Economics

  • Course and examination regulations: Official Gazette 54/2005 (corrections included)
  • Course regulations chart
  • Modules (as of 21.06.2016 - will not be updated, the crediting of any new courses can be found in the commented lecture register)


Economics and Management Science (MEMS)

  • Course and examination regulations: Official Gazette 17/2010 (corrections included)
  • Course regulations chart
  • Modules (as of 21.06.2016 - will not be updated, the crediting of any new courses can be found in the commented lecture register)


Business Information Technology (this study and examination regulation will have lost its validity after 30.09.2018)

 


Statistics

Information on Master's Degree Program in Statistics is to be found here

 


Information on the doctoral and professorial teaching qualification examination processes is to be found here