This page provides you with relevant information and links to help you organize your studies. If you have any further questions, contact your student counselor.
The winter term starts October 1 and ends March 31.
The summer term starts April 1 and ends September 30.
Classes take place for 3-4 months within these periods. See the current semester calender to find out when classes take place, and also when there are official holidays.
To enroll in a course (except lectures) you have to register online via LSF. Make sure to check the registration period (registration for most courses already starts at the end of the previous semester). If you miss the first session of class unexcused, you are no longer entitled to participate in the class.
Please be aware: registration in LSF does not mean that you are registered for the exam. This has to be done via FlexNow.
FlexNow is the university's system for managing your academic records. You have to register for your courses in FlexNow during the registration period to receive the credit points for your courses. The registration period normally starts in the 3rd or 4th week after the beginning of classes and ends two weeks before classes end. Register as early as possible for your courses so that any problems that might come up can be solved in time. It is only possible to deregister from courses whithin this time period. Please be aware that late registrations are not possible.
For M.A. students: You also have to register for your internship and the research colloquium in FlexNow.
Academic English Writing Support
The Academic English Writing Support offers workshops and tutorials for students.
Please make sure to attach this "Plagiatserklärung" to all of your research papers.
MLA citation style
We use MLA citation style in its current, 8th edition. Here you can find more information on MLA style.
German Language Courses
The Center of Language and Communication (ZSK) at the University of Regensburg offers German Language courses and individual consultations for international students.