Mechanical Engineering Examination Board

The Mechanical Engineering Examination Board of the Mechanical Engineering Faculty is in charge of all students studying Mechanical Engineering. The board consists of professors, research assistants and student representatives and discusses applications made by students concerning matters of their exams. The board is usually meeting once per month with the meetings being non-public.

The deadline for applications is always set on one week before the meeting, so make sure your application is handed in punctually so it can be discussed in the next meeting. Some applications are standardised for different situations, specific problems require you to write the entire application yourself. We’re glad to help you in this matter. Just drop by during consultation hours or write us an E-Mail.

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Industrial Engineering Examination Board

The Engineering Economics Examination Board of the Mechanical Engineering Faculty is in charge of all students studying Engineering Economics. The board consists of professors, research assistants and student representatives, who are elected annually. During its non-public, monthly meetings the board makes decisions about student applications concerning matters of exams.

Applications for the examination board have to arrive 8 days in advance, in order to be discussed during the meeting. Some applications are standardised for different situations, specific problems require you to write the entire application yourself. We’re glad to help you in this matter. Just drop by during consultation hours or write us an E-Mail.

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Computational Engineering Science Examination Board

The CES Examination Board concerncs itself with any and all applications by CES students about exams, as well as special arrangements. Applications have to be submitted in person or postally (NOT by E-Mail!) at the Mechanical Engineering Faculty, Kackerstr. 9, 52074 Aachen. Use the red mailbox on the second floor. Should you encounter any problems while writing your application, just write to our Referent for CES or drop by during consultation hours.

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Simulation Sciences Examination Board

The Simulation Sciences Examination Board concerncs itself with any and all applications by CES students about exams, as well as special arrangements. Applications have to be submitted in person or postally (NOT by E-Mail!) at the student office of the German Research School, Schinkelstr. 2a, ground storey. Should you encounter any problems while writing your application, just write to our Referent for CES or drop by during consultation hours.

Study Advisory Council

The Study Advisory Council, formerly known as Commitee for Education, is responsible for quality assurance and development of the faculty’s education. The members review and discuss professorial applications concerning their educational concepts, grant lectureships and develop the course of studies. New regulations are also formulated by the council. The decisions and results are then recommended to the faculty council, which then may adpot them.

The meetings are non-public and monthly. Apart from professors and research assistants, several student representatives are entitled to vote in the panel. Your first contact in the student council would be the coordinator for Education.

Quality Improvement Commission

The Quality Improvement Commission decides how the Quality Improvement Funds should be distributed. These funds are supposed to flow into educational events which are not considered vital to your basic education, while decidedly increasing the quality of your education, like consultation hours before exams or the faculty’s very own psychological counselling. This is one of the very few panels, where we, the students, hold a majority of the votes!