- Enrollment in courses and registration for exams are done centrally using the LSF. Please note that course registration and exam registration are two different processes.
- The registration of courses is (only) obligatory for students of the examination regulations 2021.
- The registration is done via the "module tree", i.e. you register for a module with a course.
- Log in to LSF (lsf.verwaltung.uni-muenchen.de) using your CampusLMU account.
- You can change to the English version on the top right.
- Click on "Register for courses".
- Click on your study programme.
- A list of all possible modules will open.
- Click on the module you want to take. Select [belegen].
- If there are several lectures for this module, select one of them, otherwise check the box and click on [Register].
- Cancellation of registration is possible in the same way.
- In the course catalog you can find the modules you can use the course for under Examinations / Modules.
- Registering for a lecture does not oblige you to take the exam. Registering a seminar obligates you to take the exam.
- You can/must only register for lectures and seminars. You will be registered automatically to associated exercises after the end of the registration period.
- Programming courses, the lecture series in the Bachelor's program, and the Lecture Series in Statistical Modeling formally count as lectures.
- One exception is the exercise Methoden und Techniken des wissenschaftlichen Arbeitens in der Statistik (Propädeutikum) in the Bachelor/Minor program, which must be registered separately.
- To ensure that the times of the exercises appear in your timetable in the LSF before the deadline for enrollment, you can mark them in the course catalog. If you have more than one group, please choose one date.
- Students in the Bachelor's program who are already attending Master's courses cannot register for these courses via LSF. Instead, you need to register for the exam via course catalog. After enrollment in the Master, an application for recognition must be submitted.