The study progress report is designed to help you gauge how your studies are progressing, providing information on where the modules you have completed and booked can be credited to your degree. Comparing your study progress report with the program-specific annexes of the program regulations will give you an overview of what coursework you still have to complete, enabling you to plan the further course of your studies.
The study progress report can also show the impact of any change in study program on how the coursework you have completed can be credited. To do this, you can order a simulated study progress report for the new combination of study programs you are planning.
The study progress report is designed to be used only to review your progress in the study programs offered by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. It is not designed to plan studies at other faculties or the Teaching Diploma for Upper Secondary Education.
Dispatch and Ordering
All students who are doing at least one study program at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences automatically receive their degree progress report in digital form once a semester: Once the module booking period has elapsed you will find the document on the student portal under «Study Progress / Restrictions». The only students not sent a study progress report are those who have not yet completed coursework and mobility students (with the exception of minor mobility).
Please use the order form if, in addition to this, you want to order a study progress report on an individual basis. Note that you might have to wait for a certain amount of time.
Please note that the order form does not check whether you are ordering a study progress report containing discontinued study programs or a forbidden combination of programs for which you can no longer make a new enrollment. Admission is not possible with forbidden combinations or discontinued programs.Orderinga study progress report with forbidden combinations or discontinued programs does not entitle you to enroll for this combinations or this discontinued program. You can only change degree or study program on application.
The video tutorials explain how your study progress report is structured, what it contains, and how it is used. It will help you plan your further course of studies on the basis of your personal study progress report and the relevant program-specific annex to the program regulations.
General Information, Document Structure, and Ordering Process
You can refer to the time stamps to jump to a specific section or topic:
- Transcript of records and study progress report (01:12)
- Structure of the study progress report (02:47)
- Ordering process and dispatch (9:21)
Reviewing Your Progress with the Study Progress Report
- Finding the correct legal basis (00:49)
- Provisional regulations explained (03:30)
- Handling modules that are listed more than once (05:20)
- Assignment of external coursework (06:50)
- Equivalency table explained (07:55)
- Comparing the study progress report with the conditions for successfully completing the program (10:12)
- General studies (13:13)
If you have questions on how your studies are progressing that you’d like to discuss on the basis of your study progress report, please contact academic advisory services at your department or institute.
If you have questions on dispatch and ordering, please contact Student Services at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.