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Examination Office at the Department of History and Cultural Studies

Please note: In July, the examination office will only be available to a very limited extent due to organizational reasons. The regular processing time of requests will be delayed accordingly. A general first response time of at least 2 weeks for e-mail requests is to be expected.
Please do not send duplicate e-mail requests.


Due to current affairs we would like to inform you that we are currently not personally available. Consultation hours are cancelled until further notice. 

Please address your request to us exclusively by e-mail. We will try to process your request as soon as possible. 
If you wish a personal consultation, please send us an e-mail with your telephone number and we will try to call you back as soon as possible.
Until further notice, the bachelor-/master thesis must be submitted digitally as a non-modifiable PDF** file via e-mail* to the examination office (after confirmed registration by us) (**if document protection is used, open, print and comment without password has to be allowed). The printed copies are no longer required during this time.  Many thanks for your understanding.
Your Examination Office
*Note: Please send us all applications and forms exclusively as a scan by e-mail (FU account). Please also take a look at our FAQs, where you may find some initial answers to your questions.
Responsible for
  • Bachelor's programmes (other than registrations, deregistrations and registration changes)

  • Master's programmes (other than registrations, deregistrations and registration changes)

Fabeckstr. 23/25
Room 1.0104
14195 Berlin
Jennifer Dornbrach (part-time), Giovanna Giglio (part-time), Jasmin Hauenstein (part-time), Mona Kriewald (part-time), Kerstin Off, Yvonne Schulz (part-time), Susanne Weise (part-time)
+49 30 838-4-53169

Office hours

Tuesdays: 10.00 am - 12.30 pm

Thursdays: 10.45 am - 13.15 pm

Please note: Due to data privacy, please bring an official photo identification (ID card, passport or driver's license) to the Examination Office, so that we can share personal information regarding your studies. Your Campus Card and insurance card are not considered offical photo identification.

Important information on waiting number distribution: first login 5 minutes before the start of the office hours.

Preferential Registration: Students with special challenges (such as care duties for children or care-dependent relatives, mental/physical special needs or chronic illness) may certainly register for our office hours preferentially (by use of a check mark in the registration process; attestation is required).

Phone consultancy:
Thursday: 9.30 am - 10.30 am

Please note that BAFöG Officer (financial aid for students)  - not the Examination Office - are responsible for all enquiries and information about German student grants (BAFöG).