Board of Examiners

Tasks of the Examination Board

The examination board is responsible for ensuring that the Bachelor's or Master's examination is carried out properly in university study programs; it is thus responsible for all questions relevant to examination law in the study program as well as for student applications (see APO and competence guide).

The examination board consists of five members, who are elected from among the full-time university lecturers at the Faculty of Economic Sciences, and one representative of the academic staff of the faculty.

The Examination Committee also deals with difficult cases, undesirable developments in the examination system or necessary changes to the examination regulations, and in these cases also makes suitable proposals for solutions. Another task is the adoption of the rules for the conduct and organization of examinations as well as the enforcement of the compensation for disadvantages.


Reinhard Weber
Prof. Dr. Reinhard Weber
Chairman of Examination Board
Room: HB-308
Postal Address
Catholic University Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
Auf der Schanz 49
85049 Ingolstadt
Ensuring that the Bachelor's and Master's exams are conducted properly.
Office hours
Wednesdays 10:00-11:00 (by prior arrangement)


Examination regulations

Please note that ONLY the German version of these regulations is legally binding. The English translation is provided for informational purposes only.

The currently valid subject examination regulations including any amendments and the General Examination Regulations can be found in the area study and examination regulations

Introduction of modules from interdisciplinary qualifications

Introduction of modules from interdisciplinary qualifications