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Exam timetables

Below you will find information about your upcoming exams – both ordinary exams and re-examinations, as well as both oral and written exams.

The examination period for oral exams will be published well in advance, but the final date and time will only be published no later than a week before the first specific oral examination takes place.

The examination schedules must be approved by the course instructor and the board of studies, which means that they will be available online on an ongoing basis as they are prepared and approved. The humanities electives and profile courses have separate exam schedule sites in the search below. 

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Here is some information about digital exam submissions, exam plans, re-examinations and useful shortcuts.

Digital exams at Arts

Digital Exams

The Digital Exams system is used at Arts for both set take-home assignments and take-home assignments on a topic of the student’s own choice, including assignments followed by an oral exam, as well as oral exams, class participation, written on-site exams and Master’s theses.

About the Digital Exams system

You will receive a notification email when your exam has been activated in the Digital Exams system. Remember to always check your exam timetable, where you will find information about your course exams.  

It is important: 

  • that you meet the submission deadline and submit your assignment no later than 14.00 (other rules/deadlines apply to exams subject to invigilation). Assignments received after the deadline will be rejected
  • that you remember to press the ‘Submit’ button in the system when you are ready to submit your assignment
    – in connection with written take-home assignments, except the Master’s thesis, you can edit assignments which you have already submitted – it is always the most recently submitted assignment that is saved in the system. Remember to press ‘Submit’ again
    – in connection with Master’s theses and written on-site exams, assignments cannot be edited or deleted after submission. So make sure that you submit the final version
  • that you prepare in advance for the exam form in the Digital Exams system
  • that you, no later than one week before the exam, contact the Studies Administration if you have trouble finding your exam in the Digital Exams system.

 

Read more about the Digital Exams system, find guidelines and log in

Re-examination

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Writing a paper, finding your exam room, dispensation

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Revised 12.10.2017