Schedule – Master’s programmes
|Winter semester (WS)|
|E-registration to WS||1–9/ 9/ 2022 (Changes finalised by 25/9/2022)|
|Courses begin||19/9/ 2022|
|Thesis theme assigned by||15/10/2022|
|Enrollment in courses||2–18/12/2022|
|Examinations||19/12/2022 – 3/2/2023|
|Summer semester (SS)|
|E-registration to SS||3–10/2/2023 (Changes finalized by 19/2/2023)|
|Summer courses begin||13/2/2023|
|Compulsory practice assigned by||30/4/2023|
|Examinations||15/5 – 7/7/2023|
|Enrollment in courses||26/5 – 11/6/2023|
Study plan – Master’s programmes
Accurately describe all courses you need to complete to attain the qualification. You can then see which exams you need to pass in which semester, how many credits will you obtain and which optional courses you may take. Please get fully acquainted with your study plan and subjects.
Successful graduates need to pass:
All compulsory subjects, a minimum of 20 ECTS for elective subjects, and obtain a total minimum of 120 ECTS.
Final state exam:
Defence of the Master’s thesis
Examination consisting of 4 subjects:
Technology in Agriculture
Plant Breeding or Breeding Programmes of Farm Animals
Everything pertaining to study, registration, examinations, etc. is regulated by the Study Regulations.