Accessing seminars

Here you will find the “Guidelines for students” on the place allocation procedure for Non-technical Courses in the 2019/20 winter semester.

Process for the place allocation procedure, 2019/20 winter semester:

For TUHH students, Non-technical Courses are accessed via the Stud.IP e-learning platform. You will receive a personal email detailing registration times and the place allocation procedure. It is possible to register for individual Non-technical Courses on Stud.IP under the corresponding class titles. You can send enquiries to lecturers directly from here.



Registering a justified additional need

Up to 2 Oct, 12 a.m.

Stage I: Lottery registration with prioritised course selection

28 Sept, 00.01 a.m. – 8 Oct, 11.59 a.m.

Course places drawn

8 Oct, 2 p.m.

Stage II: Places still available are filled, change of course

Independent entry/removal for max. 1 course place

9 Oct, 4 p.m. – 13 Oct, 11.59 p.m.

1st lecture day in winter semester 2019/20

14 Oct

Participant list now binding (no longer possible for individuals to remove themselves)

14 Oct

Stage III: Bachelor’s/Master’s place exchange/ independent entry in max. 2 course places

14 Oct – 31 Oct, 11.59 p.m.






Students can use their TUHH ID to access the Stud.IP platform:

Bachelor’s students can find their seminars and place exchange under



Master’s students can find their seminars and place exchange under



Please note: Information about the classes listed in Stud.IP is solely the responsibility of the lecturers providing the information.


Note for first semester students (Bachelor’s): The 6 required credit points apply for the entire Bachelor’s degree, which means you can ease into the first semester and then concentrate on taking NTC courses from the second semester onwards; however, it is also possible to take an Non-technical Course in the first semester.


Information for Bachelor students in Logistics and Mobility: Please note that, in addition to the aforementioned 6 ECTS in the Non-technical Courses offering, you must gain a further 6 ECTS in the "Business Complementary Courses" module. In the winter semester, all complementary courses in Business Administration will be allocated via the Non-technical Courses registration process.