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Intermediate examination / Hardship applicaton

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Intermediate examination certificate Show content

The intermediate examination certificate can be applied for after all the necessary examinations have been taken (i.e. at least two successfully completed examinations in civil law, public law and criminal law, cf. intermediate examination regulations). Application can be made in person, by telephone or by e-mail (do not forget your matriculation number!) at the examination office. The certificate is usually ready to be collected within two days. Please note: the certificate must be collected in person. If you lose your intermediate examination certificate, you can apply for a duplicate (fee: 25 Euro).

If you have not yet completed courses required for the intermediate examination certificate, a transcript of records can be provided. This too must be applied for at the examination office in person, by telephone or by e-mail.

Transcript of records Show content

If you have not yet completed courses required for the intermediate examination certificate, you may apply for a transcript of records. This too must be applied for at the examination office in person, by telephone or by e-mail.

The document is usually ready to be collected within two days.

Form 5 - proof of performance Show content

If you require proof of performance to qualify for further BAföG support from the 5th semester onwards or for your first BAföG application in an advanced semester, please bring the form 5: Certificate according to § 48 BAföG - proof of performance to the examinations office. Simply presenting the intermediate examination certificate to the student services office is not sufficient for further funding.

Hardship applicaton Show content

Please find here a leaflet [pdf, 29 kb] de with information relating to hardship applications (law programme, First State Exam).

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