Information on changes due to Corona Virus in summer semester 2021

 

RWTH - Corona info page

RWTH Aachen University takes the currently valid hygiene measures and distance regulations very seriously in order to not endanger the health of students, employees, and professors. Information on the developments regarding the Corona pandemic can be found on the RWTH-Corona Info page

 

Online course offerings in the summer semester 2021

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Online course offerings in the summer semester 2021

We are currently compiling an overview of the online courses offered by the faculty of Electical Engineering and Information Technology. We are trying to implement this as soon as possible.

Undergraduate Degrees

Course offer of study programme of Bachelor of Science ET, IT, TI and Business Administration

Graduate Degree ET, IT, TI

Course offer of study programme of Master of Science ET, IT, TI and Business Administration

Consultation service of the faculty 6

Until further notice, the consultation service of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology will continue to be available to you exclusively by e-mail and/or telephone.

Please note from 10th August 2020 onwards it is mandatory to wear a face-covering during your visit in UMIC building.

Departmental Academic Advising (Fachstudienberatung)

Currently, the preferred way of consultation is consultation via email:

Please use your RWTH email address for a faster response! Describe your concern and provide your matriculation number and, if necessary, your phone number in order for us to be able to contact you for further inquiries. If applicable, attach relevant documents to your email.

During office hours, the departmental academic advisors are available to you for consultation by phone:
Tue. + Thu., 08:30 am to 12:00 pm via 0241 80 26931 and 0241 80 27572

Applications to the examination boards can be filled out and filed in the entrance hall of the UMIC building (Mies-van-der-Rohe-Str. 15) into the mailbox underneath the stairs!
You can also find a number of forms there! Please note from 10th August onwards it is mandatory to wear a face-covering during your visit to the UMIC building.

Office for Industrial Internships (Praktikantenbüro)

Submission of the internship report: Please send your documents (submission form), report, and internship certificate) as PDF scan to

Register the internship:
Please request the documents for the registration by sending an email to
Please use your RWTH email address for a faster response!

Request of recognition:
Please call before to make an appointment! 0241 80 26938 Please note from 10th August onwards it is mandatory to wear face-covering during your visit to the UMIC building.

The only consultation method is a consultation by phone at the following hours:
Phone hours are Mon., 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm, Tue. + Thu., 10:30 am bis 12:00 pm via: 0241 80 26938

Or send a request to

Student Exchange/ERASMUS Office

The preferred consultation method is a consultation by email:

Please use your RWTH email address for a faster response!

Telephone consultation: Mon./Tue. + Thu./Fri., 09:00 am to 12:00 pm: 0241 80 26951 and 0241 80 27546

Incomings: By request, we will send your transcripts of records as a scan to your home university and to you. If you need the original document, please send us an email with the postal address (home university or your address) to which we should send the document.

Outgoings: If you need any signed documents from us for your application to a host university, please send us these by email. We will then sign them and send them back by email.

Mentoring

Due to the current circumstances, we cannot have personal meetings for the time being. If you are interested in a mentoring talk, phone calls or video calls can be agreed upon via

You can also make appointments through our .

Doctoral Studies

Office hours: by appointment only (by phone 0241 80 27571 or by e-mail at )

 

FAQ

When does the semester start and how?

Also in the summer semester 2021 the courses will be offered mainly online.

The exact starting dates of the individual events and the presentation form can be found in RWTHonline and RWTHmoodle.

Here you can find a detailed overview of the semester dates.

How do I know which lectures will take place online and which ones will be on site?

Please take a look at the overview table for your study program on the faculty's website: Bachelor table / Master table. Further information is available in RWTHmoodle.

Do I need my own account in order to use Zoom?

You do not need a separate account for Zoom to participate in courses. However, if you are planning your own zoom events, for example, to join together in learning groups, you can obtain a free zoom license from the RWTH as a student.

To obtain a license, the following steps are necessary:

Step 1: Open Zoom Client or visit the website zoom.us.
Step 2: Click on "Register by SSO" under Login.
Step 3: Enter "rwth" in the text field so that it says rwth.zoom.us.
Step 4: Log in with your RWTH Single Sign On data. The activation can take up to 24h.

For further information please contact the Center for Teaching and Learning Services

How do I know which measures are up-to-date?

Please inform yourself independently and regularly on the corresponding websites, read your e-mails, get informed in RWTHmoodle and most importantly, keep in touch with your fellow students.

Do not hesitate to contact your lecturers or the faculty's advisory offices if you have any uncertainties or difficulties regarding the online semester.

Will there be a free attempt regulation this wintersemester?

The free attempt regulation will continue to apply. The regulation states that students who fail an exam do not receive a failed attempt, provided that the exam was taken and no attempt at cheating was made.