Students

History-FAQs

You still have questions? Please contact the student advisor Dr. Detlev Mares (see contact button on the right).

The general regulations for examinations can be found on the webpage of the Department of History and Social Sciences.

The Aretin Award: every year, the Institute of History awards up to three prizes with the purpose of rewarding and encouraging outstanding final theses.

Get answers to this and many more questions about going abroad.

To register for this exam please fill in the special form at the Institute of History AND register in TUCaN. For more information, contact your examiner or the student advisor.

Information on recent and future field trips.

For more information, please visit the departmental students' representative committee, the Fachschaft (only in German).

For general information on all questions concerning the history study programmes, please contact the student advisor Dr. Detlev Mares.

Before submitting your essays and theses, please fill in a formal statement confirming the authenticity of your work: Formal statement.

For style-sheets and regulations for seminar papers and final theses, see the formal requirements for seminar papers and final theses at the Institute of History.

Please refer to the Centre of Teacher Education (in German) and our general information about the First State Examination (in German).

In the TU-Online-Writing-Lab for students you find our pdf-instructions for how to compose your own writing.

Some study programmes require an internship. For detailed information, see Internship

The Examination Board is in charge of enforcing examination rules and regulations. It manages credit validation procedures and placement tests and approves examination schedules. For detailed information, see Examination board.

Find information of our staff members such as office hours.

Please ask your lecturer for the formal guidelines. Find the current regulations in the section History of the Middle Ages online.

Check out the different style sheets (only in German), depending on the course attended.