Welcome to the website of the examination office MINT
Contact in all matters is only possible preferably by email (only over your student mail adress) or by phone if necessary. The contact person will then coordinate the further procedure with you.
Until further notice, certificates ("Scheine") will be accepted in electronic form (pdf) if they are sent directly by the examiner or his/her secretary from the official UdS email address to the examination office.
Electronic certificates sent by students will only be accepted if they are sent from the official student UdS email address (usually similar to s8....@uni-saarland.de) and the examiner gets a copy via his/her UdS email address.
In case of doubt, the examination office will ask the examiner.
If your submission date lies between the 23.12.2022 and the 01.01.2023 it is postponed to the 02.01.2023.
Except for the aformentioned week you can hand in your thesis via the book return box in the library Mathematics and Computer Science as usual.
You can send the thesis by post or hand it in via the book return box in the library Mathematics and Computer Science (Campus E 2.3).
If you send the thesis by post, the date of posting is decisive (= date of submission).
The so-called "Coronavirus Ordinance" (German original SS20 and its extensions for WS20/21, SS21 and WS21/22), which provides, among other things, for the possibility of a free pass in examinations or for repeat examinations for the purpose of improving grades, in each case with a justified application, has come into force.
Applications must be sent to the responsible examination board via this e-mail address only: email@example.com.You must also use your official student email address as the sender. This is the only way to ensure a clear assignment in connection with your name. To protect us from spam, all other sender addresses will not be processed. Furthermore, only the course of studies and degree (e.g. "Media Informatics Master", "Computer Science Bachelor" etc.) must be stated in the subject line. Applications should be submitted informally, but according to the Corona regulations the examination board expects to know about the reasons for your application.
Do not submit applications until the final exam results (grades) are available in thre LSF.
Only 1 free shot can be approved per lecture!
Concerns only the Bachelor's and Master's programmes in Computer Science and Cybersecurity: Applications regarding the free shot regulation must be submitted within 2 weeks after announcement of the examination results in the LSF.
Please also always indicate the exam date (or main or re-exam) of the lecture.
All other Emails to this address are not processed!
Informations of the Faculty MI on how to use third party results in your own thesis are available here.
Hints of the Faculty NT to avoid plagiarism can be found here.