The Examination Board is a body of academic self-government, which consists of by the faculty elected members.
Examination Board Master Social, Cognitive and Affective Science (SCAN)
Prof. Dr. Dirk Ostwald (Chairman) - representative: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Hauke Heekeren
Univ.-Prof. Dr. med. Felix Blankenburg (Deputy Chairman) - representative: N.N.
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Arthur Jacobs - representative: N.N.
Prof. Dr. Katja Liebal - representative: N.N.
Dr. Ulf Tölch - representative: Dr. Jana Lüdtke
Clara Kuper - representative: Karol Piera
Dr. Stefan Petri - representative: Christian Müller
Every two years, the Examination board is elected by the faculty. The student representatives are elected by the faculty in the Examination board. If interested, please contact the respective representative of your state group in order to bring the proposals in the faculty can. The next election will take place in the first quarter of 2019 and becomes effective for summer term 2019.
What happens in the Examination Board?
The Examination board is responsible for the organization of examinations and all other matters in accordance with the Study and Examination regulations of Freie Universität Berlin and the Study and Examination Regulations of the Bachelor program Bildungs- and Erziehungswissenschaft. This means in all questions and problems concerning the study of content and organization, is initially the Examination board or the Prüfungsbüro main contact.
The Examination Board is as specifically responsible for the Examination schedule for the compliance of subscribing and unsubscribing periods, for the leadership of the examination records, for the publication of documents and testimonies, for all requests for Examination events, etc.
Applications may be introduced at any time informally, for example, via the student representatives, but also directly through the Chairman of the Examination board in the Examination board meetings. All applications to the Chairman will be submitted to himself, but usually to the examination office.