Frequently Asked Questions About the Course Registration Procedure in Campus Management
It will be technically possible to sign up for courses from the first workday of the new semester. However, we recommend that you wait with your course registration until you have taken part in our info session during the orientation days. During the orientation days at the Law Department we will show you the Campus Managment registration procedure and we will book your courses together.Exception in the summer term 2020:
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic we will not be able to offer a Campus Management workshop, as all orientation activities have been cancelled.
You can start to register for your courses on Campus Management, once you have read the chapters "Course Selection" and "Course Registration" in our online tutorial for exchange students. You will receive an invitation for this online tutorial in the first half of April via e-mail. In order to take part in the online tutorial, you need to be enrolled and must have activated your FU account.
Please check out the course description of that particular course which is available from the website Courses for Exchange Students. You will find that information under the headline "Restricted Enrollment".
No. The places are not allocated according to the principle "first come, first served". Please just make sure that you don't miss the deadlines.
Places in courses with a limited number of participants are allocated according to a random procedure after that particular registration deadline. The results will be available on the following day.
In courses without a limited number of participants, each student will get a place, provided that he/she signs up in time.
No. You cannot sign up for language courses through Campus Management.
After your have received the results of your placement test, you will have to sign up for your preferred course at the Language Center.
As you will need an FU account and as you have to be enrolled in order to sign up for courses via Campus Management, you will miss the regular registration deadline for courses with a limited number of participants. However, you will still have a chance to get a place in courses with a limited number of participants, should there still be places left after the registration deadline, or should another student drop such a course. In order to find out if there are places available, please log into the system regularly. Those left-over places will be allocated according to the rule "first come, first served".
However, a late arrival will have no negative impact on your registration for courses without a limited number of participants. The registration deadline for those courses expires on the third Friday of the lecture period.
You will still have a chance to get a place in courses with a limited number of participants, should there still be places left after the registration deadline, or should another student drop such a course. In order to find out if there are places available, please log onto the system regularly. Those left-over places will be allocated according to the rule "first come, first served" until the closing date for courses with no seat limits (which is the third Friday after the start of the lecture period).
If this is a course with a limited number of participants, you will not be allowed to take part in the course sessions.
However, if this is a course where the number of participants is not limited, you can take part in the lessons, even though you haven't signed up for this course in Campus Management so far.
You might have selected a week which doesn't fall into the lecture period and where no courses are taking place.
In exceptional cases it may also be possible that the schedule of this particular course hasn't been made available in Campus Management.
Please also keep in mind that the places in courses with a limited number of participants are only allocated after this particular registration deadline has expired so that you cannot see this course in your timetable before the day after the registration has been closed.