Examination performances in the pandemic period

Resolution of the Deans

In the following files you will find the deans' decisions on the performance of examinations in the summer semester 2021. Special regulations apply for students who wish to complete their studies. 

List of alternative
examination performances

Summer semester 2021

in German only

Cancellation of exams

valid for all study programmes and external examinations

Up to four weeks before the beginning of each examination period students can deregister from their exam by written notice to the examination office. After this period, an exam is considered  "fail" (5). If the candidate does not appear for the examination without a good reason or if he/she resigns from the test after the beginning of the exam without permission .
 
The contact person of the examination office must be informed in written form without delay about the reason for withdrawal or absence. The reason must be shown credibly. As far as the examination committee has already begun its work, the notice is made to the committee and included in the examination protocol. In case of the student's illness, a medical certificate is required and in cases of doubt, an official medical certificate may be due. If the reasons are accepted, a new appointment for the examination will be set. The existing examination results will be considered.

Resit of examinations

valid for all study programmes and external examinations

  • A failed test may be repeated twice at the request of the student. Failed attempts at other universities will be considered.
  • Passed exams cannot be repeated, exceptions are free trials (i.e. exams, which were taken before the semester under terms of the recommended study schedule or with elective modules, before the last recommended semester in the study regulations).
  • The student must take the first resit of a failed examinationwithin one year after completion of the examination attempt at the latest. The second repetition is to be completed by the student at the earliest possible date. Otherwise, the resit examinations results will be considered "fail" (5).

Disadvantage compensation (NTA)

for students with impairments

The examination regulations of the HMT regulate the possibilities of a disadvantage compensation (NTA) for students with impairments:

All principles and a sample catalogue of measures to compensate for disadvantages can be found in the NTA flyer in the info column on the right.

 

Make an application for NTA:

1) Use counselling services on NTA:

2) Application process:

... submit the application for NTA by means of a form (see right column downloads disadvantage compensation (NTA)).
3) Processing and approval/partial approval or rejection of the application by the responsible dean:
Faculty I   (Brass/Percussion, Jazz/Popular Music, Piano/Conducting, Strings/Harp)
Prof. Matthias Foremny
Faculty II (Early Music, Voice/Music Theatre, Drama)
Prof.in Anne-Kathrin Gummich
Faculty III (Dramaturgy, Inst. for Music Pedagogy, Inst. for Musicology, Church music; Composition and Harmony/Counterpoint)
                           Prof. Dr. Christoph Hust
 
4) Implementation of the NTA: Information from the examinations office to the examiners as to which NTA has been granted and how it is to be implemented.

External examinations

Anyone who has acquired relevant knowledge and skills appropriate to our study and examination regulations, can earn the degree through an external examination. The examination committee decides on the application for admission to the examination, on the examination process and the examination requirements due to the study and examination regulations.
The individual exam dates and location shall be displayed after approval by the examination committee.

Examination office

Grassistraße 8, room 105
04107 Leipzig

consultation hours:
Monday 13.30 - 15.30
Tuesday 09.30 - 12.00
13.30 - 15.00
Wednesday geschlossen
Thursday 13.30 - 15.30
Friday 09.30 - 12.00

Contact details

Manuela Stötzer

Departments music

 

internal mailbox G039

+49 341 2144 621

+49 341 2144 624

manuela.stoetzer@hmt-leipzig.de

 

 

Katharina Ruhe

Departments dramaturgy, drama, musicology, teaching degree programmes

thesis

 

internal mailbox G 032

+49 341 2144 627

+49 341 2144 624

mailto: katharina.ruhe@hmt-leipzig.de

 

 

Inka Daubner-Mensching

Department teaching degree programmes

 

internal mailbox G023

 +49 341 2144 626 Grassistraße 8

 +49 341 2144 777 Dittrichring 21

inka.daubner-mensching@hmt-leipzig.de

Disadvantage
compensation (NTA)

Application form NTA [151.7KB/pdf]

Examination regulations

please see downloads for the study and examination regulations