Prof. Dr. Lars Meier – Exams

Bachelor and Master of Arts

If you are looking for supervision of your Bachelor's or Master's thesis in the area of social inequalities, you might want to sign up for an appointment with Prof. Meier. In 2022, there is no more supervision available. Prof Meier offers online student consultation on Wednesdays 11-12 am. For appointment requests, please contact team secretary Dagmar Heuser by email. 

For any form of email contact, please make sure to use your student's account only.

Educational Sciences

For the educational sciences (teaching profession), Prof. Meier offers oral examinations in the field of sociology of social inequalities.

Topics: sociology of social inequalities, sociology of cities and space, sociology of culture, sociology of migration, qualitative methods of social research.

Before applying for an examination place, please check availability below. Free places are constantly updated. In case places are still available, please contact Dagmar Heuser for further information. 

Exam places available:

Fall 2022:   NONE
Spring 2023:   NONE
Fall 2023:   10 places - registration as of August 1st 2022

Dear students: For any form of email contact with us, please use your student's account only. 

Oral Module Exams

In selected courses, a limited extent of oral module examinations are offered. In case you are interested, please consult with your lecturers during the course. Following his or her approval, the following steps need to be taken:

  • You register individually for the examination via QIS/LSF portal
  • Dates for the examinations will be announced by the lecturers during the course
  • A written thesis paper (exposé) needs to be handed in three working days prior to the exam at the latest. Please send the document to Dagmar Heuser, office management (at the time being, via email only). Two theses are to be developed in the paper based upon the seminar session. Each thesis is to cover approx. 1/2 to 1 page and should refer to corresponding literature of your individual research (2-3 literature sources). From this, a slected topic is to be derived, developed and discussed.
  • The exams will take 30 minutes and focus mainly on the two seminar sessions adressed in your thesis paper. However, other topics of the course may also be subject to examination.