The basis for all legal questions concerning the study programme is the General Study and Examination Regulations (ASPO) of the University of Würzburg for all Bachelor's and Master's study programmes, which apply depending on the start of the study programme.
These general regulations are supplemented by the corresponding subject-specific provisions of the respective field of study. These contain all the essential regulations on the course of study, examinations and deadlines, the modules required to pass the degree programme and the formation of the overall grade. Depending on the start of the respective degree programme, the subject-specific provisions and associated amendment statutes listed below apply.
The subject-specific provisions are supplemented by the subject description (Annex 1 of the subject-specific provisions). This is a list of all modules offered in the degree programme with the assignment of the modules to the individual areas of the degree programme (compulsory, compulsory elective, subject-specific and general key qualifications).
The subject descriptions have been expanded by decisions of the examination board. You can find these here:
In the module catalogue you will find the detailed descriptions of all modules of your degree programme, in particular information on the qualification objectives and contents of the modules. The courses belonging to the module, forms of examination, information on the acquisition of ECTS points, etc. are also included in the module catalogue.
Please also note any other existing supplements or appendices in the respective subject-specific provisions, e.g. explanations of certain compulsory elective areas or also the specification of admission requirements.
Please also note the important announcements of our examination boards. These important implementation regulations and decisions of the examination boards supplement the subject-specific provisions.
Information on all (also older) study and examination regulations can be found on the university's central pages.
The modules from the pool of general key skills (ASQ) are available to students in all Bachelor's degree subjects in which ECTS points for general key skills have to be acquired. The list, which is updated semester by semester, can be found summarised in WUEStudy under the heading "Courses of the Pool of general key skills".
The modules from the pool of the Interdisciplinary Teacher Training Programme (FÜG) are available to students in all teacher training subjects in which ECTS points must be earned in the so-called interdisciplinary area. The list, which is updated every semester, can be found in WUEStudy under the heading "Interdisciplinary courses".
Further information and the current module lists can be found on the website of the ZiLS or the pages of the university's examination office: