There are courses where you can get your grades via Campus Management, and there are courses where you have to collect a course certificate (in colloquial German: "Schein") from the course instructor.
You will find that information for each course in the course descriptions that are available on the websites:
(at the bottom of each page).
Please check Campus Management regularly. For all other courses, please ask your course instructors when and where you can get your course certificate. Course certificates are usually distributed by the professors' secretaries during their office hours.
Please ask your course instructors when your exams will be graded.
If you take an oral exam, your result will usually be available right after that exam.
The grading period for written exams takes a lot longer, usually between a few days and a few weeks, depending on the class size.
Please collect as many course certificates as you can and ask all other professors/secretaries to send the certificates to the International Office at the Law Department once they are ready.
Please bring all certificates that you were able to pick up to the International Office at the Law Department and tell us which are still missing. Once we have collected all missing certificates, we will issue your transcript, send you a copy as a pdf file and send the hard copy by postal mail.
We will issue one transcript for each student. You will get yours after two semesters.
Yes, the transcript enlists all courses that you have signed up for, and it also includes failing grades (0 - 3 points).
A failing grade (0 points) will also appear on your transcript if you haven't taken a scheduled exam and if you haven't signed out from that particular course until 14 days prior to that exam.
Unfortunately we cannot tell, since this is at the discretion of your home university.
Every home university has its own conversion system. We are providing a conversion chart with our German legal grading scale and the ECTS-grades. It is then up to your home university to convert the ECTS-grades into your local grades, or to use a direct conversion from the German legal points into your local grades.