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Coronavirus / Covid 19 - information and action

General information and measures of the LMU regarding the corona virus / Covid 19

Information and measures of the ISC

Update 04/21/2021

Information on the organization of the exam in summer semester 2021 has been published.

Update March 24th, 2021

With the Corona Emergency Act II, the changes to the Bavarian University Act already made for the summer semester 2020 and the winter semester 2020/2021 will also be extended to the summer semester 2021.

With the entry into force of the further amendment, the following applies:

  • In addition to the standard period of study specified in the respective examination and study regulations, the individual standard period of study extended by one, two or three semesters applies to students enrolled in the summer semester 2020 and / or winter semester 2020/21 and / or summer semester 2021 and not on leave. In particular, this automatically extends the maximum BAföG duration for these students.
  • This means in particular: If students are in their very last subject semester in the summer semester 2021 and the course would then be deemed to have been definitively failed, this legal consequence does not come into effect until one semester later.
  • Insofar as the examination and study regulations stipulate that students have to take exams for the first time in the summer semester 2021, they can take these exams, but do not have to. However, if you choose to participate, you are bound to do so.
  • Exams that have been passed are scored regularly.
  • The deadlines for repeating the basic and orientation examination as well as for repeating examinations to improve grades ("next regular date") are not extended.

Update 01/26/2021

With Article 99 of the Bavarian Higher Education Act (BayHSchG), which was revised in summer 2020, regulations were drawn up that draw legal consequences from the enormous challenges that the COVID-19 pandemic also poses for universities. Since the pandemic is unfortunately continuing, the Council of Ministers, on submission by the State Ministry for Science and Art, approved a draft law with which these regulations are to be extended to the winter semester 2020/21.

When the further change comes into force, the following applies:

  • In addition to the standard period of study specified in the respective examination and study regulations, the individual standard period of study extended by one or two semesters applies to students enrolled in the summer semester 2020 and / or winter semester 2020/21 and not on leave. In particular, this automatically extends the maximum BAföG duration for these students.
  • This means in particular: If students are in their very last subject semester in the winter semester 2020/2021 and the course would then be deemed to have been definitively failed, this legal consequence does not apply until one semester later.
  • Insofar as the examination and study regulations stipulate that students have to take exams for the first time in the winter semester 2020/2021, they can take these exams, but do not have to. However, if you choose to participate, you are bound to do so.
  • Examinations that have been passed are scored regularly.
  • The deadlines for repeating the basic and orientation examination as well as for repeating examinations to improve grades ("next regular date") are not extended.

Update December 4th, 2020

Information on the organization of the exam in the winter semester 2020/2021 has been published.

Update July 17th, 2020, addition October 2nd, 2020

The law amending the Bavarian Higher Education Act (AMG BayHSchG) has the following legal effects in practice:

  • For all students enrolled in the summer semester 2020, who were not on leave in the summer semester 2020 (added October 2nd, 2020), the maximum duration of the course is extended by one semester.
  • This means in particular: If students are in their very last subject semester in the summer semester 2020 and the course would then be deemed to have been definitively failed, this legal consequence does not come into effect until one semester later.
  • Insofar as the examination and study regulations stipulate that students have to take exams for the first time in the summer semester 2020, they can take these exams, but do not have to. However, if you choose to participate, you are bound to do so.
  • Exams that have been passed are scored regularly.
  • The deadline for repeat examinations to improve grades ("next regular date") is not extended.

Update 07/06/2020

Even after the LMU building has opened, it is sufficient to submit your theses in electronic form to the ISC in order to submit them on time (Mon-Fri, 8 am-12pm). Print versions do not have to be submitted or submitted until further notice.

We will inform you in good time (= with sufficient advance notice) if printed versions are to be returned in due time.

Update 05/26/2020

Information on the organization and implementation of exams

Update 05/20/2020:

The LMU buildings are currently still closed to the public. For the duration of the closure, it is still sufficient to submit theses in electronic form to the ISC in order to submit them on time (Mon-Fri, 8 am-12pm).Print versions do not have to be submitted or submitted until further notice.

We will inform you in good time if printed versions are to be returned in due time.

Update 04/28/2020:

The LMU buildings are currently still closed to the public. For the duration of the closure, it is sufficient for the time being to submit theses in electronic form to the ISC in order to submit them on time.

We will inform you in good time if printed versions are to be returned in due time.

Update April 17th, 2020:

Due to the library closings up to and including April 26, 2020, the deadlines for submitting theses that were already registered before the library closings on March 14, 2020 will be extended accordingly.

Overview of the individual deadlines and extensions

Furthermore, new theses can only be registered during the library closings if direct library access or the use of other currently closed infrastructure is not required. The processing time for these theses is therefore not extended!

Update April 15th, 2020:

Message from the Dean and the Dean of Studies of the Faculty of Business Administration

Message from the dean of economic sluggishness: Corona crisis

Update 04/09/2020:

At the moment it cannot be said whether the previous exam planning of the exam master plan for the summer semester 2020 can remain or will have to be changed again due to the corona pandemic. Any changes that may be required will then be announced immediately.

Update March 26th, 2020:

Until the end of the exit restrictions imposed in Bavaria and the associated closure of shops, it is sufficient to submit Bachelor and Master theses in electronic form. The printed copies can then be submitted after the exit restrictions have been lifted.

Update March 17th, 2020:

To protect the employees and students of the LMU, all buildings of the university will gradually be closed to the public from Tuesday, March 17th, 2020.

We can still be reached via the contact form.

Update March 16, 2020:

  1. According to the press release of the Bavarian State Ministry for Science and Art of March 13, 2020, the libraries and the university archive of the LMU will be closed to the public from Saturday, March 14, initially until April 19.

    If you write your thesis that you have already registered before March 13th, 2020 while the library is closed, the processing time will automatically be extended by the duration of the library closure.


    Overview of the individual deadlines and extensions


    From March 16, 2020, theses can only be registered during the library closings if direct library access or the use of other currently closed infrastructure is not required. The processing time for these theses is therefore not extended!

    If necessary, the duration of term papers in seminars can be extended due to the library being closed.


    If you have any questions about your individual processing time, please contact the ISC (final thesis) or the supervising chair (seminar term paper).
  2. Telephone consultation hours can probably not be offered continuously. Please contact the ISC using the contact form.



Status March 12th, 2020:

  1. As you have probably already noticed, the Bavarian State Ministry for Science and Art ordered that classroom teaching be discontinued with immediate effect and until further notice.
  2. The same applies to exams: wherever possible, exams should be postponed. Replacement dates will be announced as soon as normal operations are possible again.
  3. Exam inspections must also be postponed to a later date.
  4. If you have problems with deadlines due to the postponement of exam dates or exam review dates, please contact the ISC. There are no disadvantages for you!
  5. There are no personal consultation and consultation hours at the ISC.
    The possibility of online / video consultation hours for the business administration, economics and WiPäd study advisory service will be offered soon.
  6. Please send the two printed copies of your thesis to be submitted exclusively by post (registered mail) to:

    Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich
    Information and service center for economic examinations
    Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1
    80539 Munich

    The date of the postmark is decisive for the timely submission.
  7. Please send applications (e.g. credit transfer) with the relevant documents either by post or upload them in electronic form (e.g. scans) using the contact form.
  8. If you have already completed your studies but have not yet picked up your certificate, we ask that you postpone the collection to a later date. If you urgently need your certificate, please contact us using the contact form

Corona Virus / Covid 19 - Preventative Measures and Steps

General information provided by LMU

Information provided by the ISC:

Update 04/21/2021

Information on the organization of the exams in summer term 2021 has been published.

Update 03/24/2021

The Corona Emergency Act II extends the amendments to the Bavarian Higher Education Act already made for summer term 2020 and winter term 2020/2021 also to summer term 2021.

In practice this has the following exam-related implications:

  • For all students enrolled in summer term 2020 and / or in winter term 2020/2021 and / or summer term 2021 who were NOT on leave of absence, the maximum duration of studies is extended by one, two or three semesters. This means that the maximum BAföG entitlement period is automatically extended for these students.
  • This means in particular: If students are in their very last semester of study in summer term 2021 and the course of study is deemed to have been definitively failed, this legal consequence will not occur until one semester later.
  • Insofar as the examination and study regulations require that students have to take an exam for the first time in summer term 2021, they may take the exam, but do not have to. However, if they decide to take part, they are bound to the result.
  • Exams taken count as regular.
  • The deadlines for retaking the foundation and orientation examination ("Basics and Orientierungsprüfung") and for retaking examinations to improve grades ("next regular date") are not extended.

Update 01/26/2021

As the pandemic unfortunately persists, the Council of Ministers has approved to extend the changes to Article 99 of the Bavarian Higher Education Act (BayHSchG) which were passed in summer 2020 to winter term 2020/2021.

In practice this has the following exam-related implications:

  • For all students enrolled in summer term 2020 and / or in winter term 2020/2021 who were NOT on leave of absence, the maximum duration of studies is extended by one or two semesters. This means that the maximum BAföG entitlement period is automatically extended for these students.
  • This means in particular: If students are in their very last semester of study in winter term 2020/2021 and the course of study is deemed to have been definitively failed, this legal consequence will not occur until one semester later.
  • Insofar as the examination and study regulations require that students have to take an exam for the first time in winter term 2020/2021, they may take the exam, but do not have to. However, if they decide to take part, they are bound to the result.
  • Exams taken count as regular.
  • The deadlines for retaking the foundation and orientation examination ("Basics and Orientierungsprüfung") and for retaking examinations to improve grades ("next regular date") are not extended.

Update 12/04/2020

Information on the organization of the exams in WS 2020/2021 has been published.

Update 17/07/2020, amended 02/10/2020:

The change of Article 99 of the Bavarian Higher Education Act (BayHSchG) in practice has the following exam-related implications:

  • For all students enrolled in summer term 2020 who were NOT on leave of absence in summer term 2020 (amended 02/10/2020), the maximum duration of studies is extended by one semester.
  • This means in particular: If students are in their very last semester of study in summer term 2020 and the course of study is deemed to have been definitively failed, this legal consequence will not occur until one semester later.
  • Insofar as the examination and study regulations require that students have to take an exam for the first time in summer term 2020, they may take the exam, but do not have to. However, if they decide to take part, they are bound to the result.
  • Exams taken count as regular.
  • The deadline for retake exams to improve grades ("next regular date") is not extended.

Update 06/07/2020:

After the re-opening LMU buildings it is still sufficient to send theses in electronic form to the ISC (submission deadline (Mon-Fri, 08: 00-12: 00) until further notice. For the time being, printed versions do not have to be handed in or submitted subsequently.

An announcement will be posted in time when the submission of printed versions is required again.

Update 05/26/2020:

Information on the organization of exams

Update 20/05/2020:

Currently, LMU buildings are still closed to the public. For the duration of the closure and by the submission deadline (Mon-Fri, 08: 00-12: 00), it is sufficient to send theses in electronic form to the ISC.For the time being, printed versions do not have to be handed in or submitted subsequently.

An announcement will be posted when the submission of printed versions is required again.

Update 28/04/2020:

Currently, LMU buildings are still closed to the public. For the duration of the closure and by the submission deadline, it is sufficient to send theses in electronic form to the ISC.

An announcement will be posted when the submission of printed versions is required again.

Update 17/04/2020:

Due to the continuing closure of the Bavarian State Libraries as well as the university archive, the processing time of bachelor and master theses registered before the library closures on Marc 14, 2020 (and the hand-in deadline respectively) is extended once again.

Overview of individual deadlines and extensions

However, the extensions do not apply to theses registered as of March 16, 2020. Theses can still only be registered if direct library access or the use of other currently closed infrastructure is not required.

Update 15/04/2020:

Message from the Dean and the Dean of Studies of the Munich School of Management

Message from the Dean of the Department of Economics: Corona Crisis

Update 09/04/2020:

At present it cannot yet be said whether the current exam schedule of the exam master plan for summer term 2020 can remain in place or whether it will have to be changed due to the corona pandemic. Necessary changes will be announced immediately.

Update 03/26/2020:

Until the end of the curfews imposed in Bavaria and the associated closure of shops, it is sufficient to submit bachelor and master theses in electronic form. The printed copies can then be submitted later after the curfews have been lifted.

Update 17/03/2020:

To protect the employees and students of the LMU, all buildings of the university will be successively closed to the public from Tuesday, 17/03/2020.

You can still reach us via the contact form.

Update 03/16/2020:

  1. According to the press release from the Bavarian State Ministry for Science and Art dated March 13, 2020, LMU's libraries and the university archive will initially be closed to the public from Saturday March 14 through April 19.

    If you are writing your thesis while the library is closed and you are already working on your dissertation registered before 13.03.2020, the processing time is automatically extended by the duration of the library closure.

    Overview of individual deadlines and extensions


    From 16.03.2020, theses can only be registered during library closures if direct library access or the use of other currently closed infrastructure is not required. The processing time for these theses is therefore not extended!

    If necessary, the processing time of term papers in seminars can also be extended due to library closures.

    If you have any questions on your individual processing time, please contact the ISC (thesis) or the supervising chair (seminar paper).
  2. Telephone consultation hours can probably not be offered continuously after all. Please contact the ISC via the contact form.

 

Information as of 03/12/2020:

  1. The Bavarian State Ministry for Science and Art has ordered the suspension of classroom teaching until further notice.

  2. The order applies to classroom exams as well. When possible, exams should be postponed. Alternate dates will be announced as soon as normal operations resume.

  3. Post-exam reviews must also be postponed.

  4. Should deadline difficulties or the like arise for you as a result of exam deferrals, please contact the ISC. Please be aware, there will be no drawbacks for you!

  5. The in-person ISC office and consultation hours are being replaced by telephone consultation hours. The times remain the same. Online / video academic guidance services for Business Administration, Economics and HRE & M will be made available soon.

  6. Theses (two copies) are to be sent exclusively by registered mail to:

    Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich
    Information and service center for economic examinations
    Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1
    80539 Munich

    The date of the post mark is decisive for a thesis to be considered handed in on time.

  7. Application forms (e.g. for credit transfer) are to be sent by post or uploaded (e.g. scan) to the contact form on the ISC website.

  8. If you have completed your studies and wish to pick-up your degree certificate, we ask you to please collect it at a later date. If you urgently need your certificate, please contact the ISC via the contact form on the ISC website.

General notice

Appointment for exam inspection law

 

The other inspection dates are published by the respective chairs.