Regulations and Documents

Important documents



Study regulations and subject-specific regulations (supplement to the examination regulations):
The study regulations are the legally binding basis on which the studies are based. The studies must be completed according to the specifications contained therein. It is therefore essential to read the study regulations carefully at the beginning of your studies and to clarify any questions of understanding with the study advisors. The examination regulations for the individual subjects are supplemented by the subject-specific regulations.

Study regulations and subject-specific regulations European Studies: Geographies of Europe (only available in German)
Study regulations and subject-specific regulations European Studies: Modern and Contemporary History (only available in German)
Study regulations and subject-specific regulations European Studies: Comparative Literature (only available in German)

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Examination regulations/Examination board
The examination regulations (both only available in German) are the general legal basis for proper study. There is an examination board to which applications can be submitted. Before submitting an application to the examination board, please contact the study coordination.

Examination regulations Faculty P (European Studies: Modern and Contemporary History and Comparative Literature)
Examination regulations Faculty HW (European Studies: Geographies of Europe)
 



Study plans
The published study plans (only available in German) are recommendations and examples of how the study program can be structured. Sometimes, however, deviations are necessary, for example because courses overlap in terms of dates or do not take place in the proposed semester for various reasons. This is no reason to panic. There is usually a simple solution. The best thing to do is to ask your fellow students how they have arranged their schedules, or contact the student advisory service.

Study plan European Studies: Geographies of Europe
Study plan European Studies: Modern and Contemporary History
Study plan European Studies: Comparative Literature
 



Module catalogue
In the module catalogue, all courses included in the study regulations are explained in detail once again. Here you will also find the examination requirements that must be completed in order to receive the required credit points for the module. Important: Modules can only be evaluated if all module parts (which are often several courses!) have been completed and passed.

Module catalogue European Studies (only available in German)
 



Cover sheet for exams
For each examination that is to be graded, students must fill out a so-called cover sheet and hand it in to the lecturer. The cover sheets are then marked with the corresponding performance (pass/fail, grade) and forwarded to the examination office. There, the examination performance is then booked and appears in the so-called Transcript of Records (corresponds to the certificate).

Cover sheet Faculty HW (Geographies of Europe)
Cover sheet Faculty P (Modern and Contemporary History and Comparative Literature)
 



Information sheet on the examinations
Information on the procedure and organization of the examinations and on the responsible examination secretariats can be found in the following info sheet (only available in German).

Contact and information

CEUS | Cluster for European Research
Study coordinator 'European Studies
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Elisabeth Marx M. A.
Campus C5 3, Room 2.14
66123 Saarbruecken

Phone: +49 (0)681 302 70438
E-Mail: europastudium(at)uni-saarland.de

Office hours:
Please make an appointment via email

www.uni-saarland.de/ceus

 

Course and programme advisers

Study advice and information 'European Studies: Geographies of Europe'
Dr. Ines Funk

Study advice and information 'European Studies: Modern and Contemporary History'
Carsten Geimer
Dr. Rainer Möhler

Study advice and information 'European Studies: Comparative Literature'
Dr. Claudia Schmitt

Central Student Advisory Service
Contact person: Peter Hell M. A.