Semester Schedule Exchange Students

Summer semester 2022

Dear Exchange Students,

On this page, we would like to give you important information on your exchange semester at the EAH Jena.


Examinations at EAH Jena

Types of Examination

There are different types of examinations, which take place either during the lecture period or during the examination period.

Type of examinationExplanation
APL = Alternative examination ("Alternative Prüfungsleistung")APLs are examinations that take place during the lecture period, e.g. presentations, papers, short tests.
SL = Course achievement ("Studienleistung")SLs are performances that have to be completed during the lecture period, e.g. presentations, papers, short tests.
Pra/Lab = Lab practical ("Laborpraktikum")Lab practicals usually also take place during the lecture period. A lab practical is usually concluded with a lab report.
PL = Examination ("Prüfungsleistung")PLs are examinations that only take place during the examination period. PLs are usually written examinations of 60 to 120 minutes.
Lecture period4 April 2022 – 16 July 2022
Examination period18 July – 6 August 2022

Examination Schedules

Please find an overview of already published examination schedules below: 

Examination Offices

If you have any questions or problems with the examination registration, you are welcome to contact the examination offices of the EAH.

Examination Office

Responsibility

Examination Office I (1)

Business Administration, Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics

Examination Office II (2)

Health and Care, Social Work

Examination Office III (3)

Biotechnology, Medical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Scientific Instrumentation and other courses at SciTec department

Examination Office IV (4)

Environmental Engineering and Development, Industrial Engineering

Academic Advisors

There are academic advisors for exchange students in all degree course at the EAH Jena. Do not hesitate to contact them if you have questions on your courses and learning agreements, for example.

Course of studyExchange programmeAcademic advisor
MechatronicsCDHAW ShanghaiProf. Peter Dittrich
MechatronicsErasmus+Prof. Thomas Heiderich
Medical EngineeringInKoNaProf. Michael Pfaff
Scientific Instrumentationall exchange programmesProf. Ronny Gerbach
Environmental Engineering and Development / Industrial Engineeringall exchange programmesProf. Matthias Schirmer

Class Schedule

Your timetables have been individually created based on your chosen subjects (learning agreement or special study plan). Explanations of the timetable can be found below.

Go to timetable

There are five different types of timetables.

NameExplanation
Änderungen = current changes You can display current changes in the semester schedule, e.g. time and room changes to courses. There are often changes, especially at the beginning of the semester. Please check the change schedule daily at the beginning of the semester.
Veranstaltungspläne für Studenten = schedules for studentsYou can find your individual timetable in the schedule for students. Select "Studiengang" in the drop-down menu and scroll all the way down to the special schedules.
Veranstaltungspläne für Dozenten = schedules for lecturersIn the schedule for lecturers, you can search for lecturers' names and see which subjects they teach.
Raumbelegungspläne = room plansIn the room plan, you can select all seminar rooms at the university and see which courses are taking place there.
Freie Räume = free roomsIf you are looking for a seminar room to study in, you can view available rooms there.

 

You can display the timetable either as a semester overview ("Semesterübersicht") or as a weekly calendar ("Wochenkalender").

Semester overview ("Semesterübersicht")

In the semester overview you can see an overview of all your courses in the entire semester. The courses are displayed in a table sorted by days (Monday to Friday).

AnfangEndeVeranstaltungDozentRaumWochenBeginn
Start timeEnd timeName of the courseName of the lecturer

Room number (if no room number is indicated, the course takes place online)

Weeks of the semester, in which the course takes place.Week, when the course takes place for the first time.

 

Weekly calendar ("Wochenkalender")

With the weekly calendar, you can view each week of the semester individually. This is important because your timetable changes during the semester, e.g. due to lab practicals and seminars that do not take place every week. The week count starts with the 1st week of lectures (11.10. - 15.10.2021).

In the weekly calendar, the courses are displayed as grey text blocks within a weekly schedule. The text blocks contain the following information:

ExampleExplanation
SchirmerName(s) of the lecturer(s)
SGU/UT/UTE/WI(BA)WasteTretm. & Res. Eff./S/01Study programme, Bachelor/Master, name and type of course, part 1, 2, etc.
7:45        05.00.04        9:15Start time       Room number       End time

 

Key:

  • SGU = Swiss German University
  • UT = Umwelttechnik (Environmental Engineering)
  • UTE = Umwelttechnik und Entwicklung (Environmental Engineering and Development)
  • WI = Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen (Industrial Engineering)
  • (BA) = Bachelor level
  • WasteTretm. & Res. Eff. = Waste Treatment and Resource Efficiency 
  • S = Seminar 
  • 01 = Part 1

Course typeExplanationSign in the timetable
Lecture ("Vorlesung")Large groups, in the lecture hall or online, frontal teachingV
SeminarMedium-sized groups, in the seminar room, interactive, discussionsS
Lab practical ("Laborpraktikum")Small groups, in the lab, experimentsP
Tutorial ("Übung")Small groups, practice of the subject matter with tutorsÜ

Moodle is a teaching and learning platform where online seminars take place and where you can find teaching material for your courses. You must first enrol in your courses there. To register for Moodle, please use your login data, which you will find on your enrolment certificate.

Go to Moodle


Language courses during the semester

During the semester, our Language Teaching Centre offers courses in English, German, French, Russian and Spanish. Enrolment in the language courses takes place online on Moodle.

Go to Moodle

MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday

7.45 – 9.15: Spanish A2 (B1.2)

Room: 05.00.06

Ms. Ruiz Duque

8.00 – 11.00: German II (C1)

Room: 05.03.07

Frau El-Hallag

11.30 – 14.30: German 2 (A1.2)

Room: online

Ms. Goetze-Wörzberger

13.30 – 16.30: German 2 (A1.2)

Room: online

Ms. Goetze-Wörzberger

8.00 – 11.00: German 2 (B1.2)

Room: 05.03.203

Ms. El-Hallag

9.30 – 11.00: Spanish B1 (A2.2)

Room: 05.00.06

Ms. Ruiz Duque

13.30 – 16.30: German 2 (A2.2)

(weeks 8, 10, 12, 14: 17.00 – 20.00)

Room: online

Ms. Hausmann

 

15.15 – 18.15: German 2 (A2.2)

Room: online

Ms. Hausmann

 

15.15 – 16.45: Spanish II (A1.2)

Room: 05.03.07

Ms. Dr. Berndt

15.15 – 18.15: German 2 (A1.2)

Room: online

Ms. Goetze-Wörzberger

 

17.00 – 19.15: French (A1/A2)

Room: 03.00.43

Ms. Wiedemann

 

17.00 – 18.30: Russian II

Start: 25.04.2022 (week 4)

Room: 05.03.07

Mr. Schuhknecht

    

18.45 – 20.15: Russian (A1+/A2)

Start: 25.04.2022 (week 4)

Room: 05.03.07

Mr. Schuhknecht

    

English courses

  • You cannot enrol for the English courses yourself. If you have chosen English in your learning agreement, you will be assigned to an English course.

Spanish courses

  • Enrolment for Spanish courses starts on Monday, 28.03.2022.
  • If you would like to take Spanish courses, you must be quick, as the courses are usually booked up quickly.

French courses

  • Enrolment for French courses starts on Thursday, 31.03.2022.

 


Termination of the Exchange Study

If you leave the EAH Jena at the end of the semester and return to your home country, please note the following information.

At the beginning of your studies, you have enrolled yourself at the University of Applied Sciences Jena. At the end of your studies, you need to the opposite; you need to officially de-register. The corresponding German term is “Exmatrikulation”.

After de-registration, you will receive a CERTIFICATE OF DE-REGISTRATION (“Exmatrikulationsbescheinigung”). This certificate is important. You will need it for the following purposes:

  • Termination of health insurance contract in Germany
  • Termination of bank account in Germany
  • Termination of further existing contracts (e.g. phone, internet)

De-registration procedure

In order to de-register, you will need to fill in the APPLICATION FOR DE-REGISTRATION (“Antrag auf Exmatrikulation”) as well as the CHECKLIST FOR DE-REGISTRATION (“Laufzettel zur Exmatrikulation”). Both forms have to be submitted together. 

Apply for de-registration now

  1. Fill in the APPLICATION FOR DE-REGISTRATION (“Antrag auf Exmatrikulation”) as well as the CHECKLIST FOR DE-REGISTRATION (“Laufzettel zur Exmatrikulation”) and undersign both forms. Please find remarks on the application fom here.
  2. Subsequently, send both forms by email to: studierendensekretariat@eah-jena.de 
  3. Consequently, the CERTIFICATE OF DE-REGISTRATION (“Exmatrikulationsbescheinigung”) will be issued and returned to you by email.

Just as you registered with the City Office ("Bürgerservice") in Jena at the beginning of your stay, you must also de-register before returning to your home country. You can de-register at the earliest 1 week before the date of moving out.

You will need the following documents for de-registration:

To de-register, please make an appointment at the City Office.

Address: 

Team Bürgerservice
Löbdergraben 12
07743 Jena
Deutschland

As long as you are enrolled at the EAH Jena, you can view and download your grades in the university's self-service portal. After de-registration from the university, you will no longer have access to the self-service portal.

To obtain your grades after de-registration, please contact the responsible examination office by email and have your list of grades sent to you (see list of examination offices above). If you have taken examinations in several degree programmes, you may have to contact several examination offices in order to receive all grades.

  • Example: You have taken exams in the degree programme Environmental Engineering and Development as well as in Scientific Instrumentation. Since two different examination offices are responsible here, you may have to contact both, Examination Office 3 and Examination Office 4, in order to obtain all grades.

If you have received several lists of grades but your university requires a complete list from you, please send all lists of grades to Ms Gabi Schopf from the International Office at the EAH Jena. She will be happy to provide you with a complete transcript of all the examinations you have passed and, if necessary, send the original to you or your home university by post.