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Phase 1

In Phase 1, you register in HIS-LSF for the semester or track in which you wish to continue your studies in the coming semester. Participation in Phase 1 is a mandatory prerequisite for participation in Phase 2 enrollments. Students of human medicine from the 2nd year of study onwards must also have a valid company medical certificate in their study file. This includes that the proof of immune protection according to §23 Immune Protection Act has been made in the winter semester 2020/21.

Please note that the Phase 1 events in HIS-LSF can still be found in the current semester. The following images show where the events of phase 1 are anchored in the event directory:

Q1 (Humanmedizin)

Prerequisite for admission to the 2nd year of study, is the successful completion of the subject blocks "Introduction to Medicine, Man and Society (TB 1)" and "The Human Body: Focus on Movement (TB 2)" and passing the final block exams.

Prerequisite for admission to the 3rd year of study is the successful completion of the subject blocks of study years 1 and 2. In addition, the student must prove that he/she is ready for clinical clerkship (performance record "Introduction to Clinical Medicine"), that he/she has completed nursing service and that he/she has received first aid training before the start of the semester.

If you have to take a semester off due to missing admission requirements for the 2nd or 3rd year of study, please take the course "Phase 1: Occupancy of special cases Q1" in phase 1 and additionally inform the staff members of the online occupancy by e-mail with a short explanation.

If you would like to take a semester off for personal reasons, please also take the course "Phase 1: Assignment of Special Cases Q1" in Phase 1 and also visit the office hours of the study organization (Q1) in order to have the semester off approved. Afterwards, please also inform the staff members of the online enrollment by e-mail.

If you are in a semester off in the academic year 1 or 2 and would like to resume your studies in the coming semester, please take the course "Phase 1: Belegung von Sonderfällen Q1" in phase 1 and also inform the online registration staff by e-mail in which semester or for which subject blocks you would like to resume your studies. If you have already coordinated your further course of studies with the study organization (Q1), please also inform the online registration staff by e-mail.

If you are in the semester off and want to enter the 3rd study year in the coming semester, you can independently take the course "3rd study year re-entry" in phase 1, provided that you will meet the admission requirements at the beginning of the coming semester (see above). The additional special case course is not necessary in this case.

Q1 (Dentistry)

If you will not be attending Human Medicine courses in the coming semester for personal reasons, please take the course "Phase 1: Special Case Dentistry Enrollment" in Phase 1 and additionally inform the online enrollment staff:ing via email with a brief explanation.

Q2

Students who are on sabbatical Q2 in the current semester take "Phase 1: Re-entry after sabbatical" in Phase 1. The course is divided into several groups. Please take the group that corresponds to the phase of study you wish to re-enter after your semester off.

If you are on a semester off and wish to re-enter your 4th year of study in the upcoming semester, you may independently take the "4th Year Re-Entry" course in Phase 1, provided you meet the admission requirements at the beginning of the semester. The additional course "Re-entry after semester off" is not necessary in this case!

Students who are planning to study abroad in the coming semester or are planning a semester off for other reasons take "Phase 1: Semester Off Q2" in Phase 1. Please note that you will find several courses in HIS-LSF under this heading. Please take the course that corresponds to your current study status (e.g. "Phase 1: Freisemester Q2 - after the 3rd year of study").

If it has not yet been finally clarified whether you will need a semester off in the coming semester, please first select the study section in phase 1 that would correspond to your further studies and inform the study organization Q2 immediately if you decide to take a semester off after all.

Standard course of study (PO 2003)

Students in the regular study program who need to make up missing credits from preclinical studies take the course "Phase 1: Occupancy of special cases Q1 (regular study program)" in phase 1 and send an e-mail to the online booking which credits still need to be acquired. Alternatively, you can come to one of the office hours for online enrollment.

Students of the standard study program who are registered for the first section of the medical examination and plan to enter the 3rd year of study in the coming semester take "Phase 1: 3rd year of study new entry (students with medical examination)" in phase 1.

Students who have already taken the First Section of the Medical Examination (M1) also take "Phase 1: 3rd Academic Year New Entry (Students with Medical Examination)" and send an e-mail to the online registration with the date of the examination.

Students of the regular study program who are already in the 3rd year of study take the continuation of their corresponding track ("Phase 1: 3rd year continuation track 3.1" or "Phase 1: 3rd year continuation track 3.2") in Phase 1.

If you will not be taking the M1 exam and you plan to take a semester off, take "Phase 1: Taking Special Cases Q1 (Regular Course)" in Phase 1 and send an email to the online assignment.

Exeptions

In the case of a semester off, you officially re-register at HHU and pay the full social contribution (incl. the mobility contribution for the semester ticket). In the case of a semester off, you officially continue studying regularly and the semester is counted in the calculation of the study semesters.

For an absence semester, you submit an application to the HHU Student and Examination Administration. For this, an important reason must be proven, e.g. illness, pregnancy, raising children, caring for relatives, semester abroad or internship.

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