Final Exams

Prof. Heather Hofmeister, Ph.D.
(Exams Dr. Krömmelbein see hier)

Our exam topics:

  1. Changing Nature of Work (temporary work, firm-external careers, and changing organization of work)
  2. Work and Gender
  3. Occupations and Professions
  4. Work and Organizations (organizations as places to create, maintain or reduce inequality)
  5. Schools as workplace, teacher as a profession


Conditions for exams Bildungswissenschaften Lehramt

Applications will be considered in the order of receipt. If there are more than 10 applications per semester, all further applications can go on a waiting list if the applicant agrees. You will receive a reply to your application as soon as possible.

In the table below you can see the free places for exams.

For the times not yet shown in the table, applications will not be considered.

If there are free places available for a given exam period, you can apply using the form "Application Exam".

If there are no free places available, your name can be put on a waiting list. If that is your wish, please let us know by email.
Please notify us if you find a place with another examiner in the meantime.

For all students who are accepted for an exam we will offer a special information hour close to the exam registration times of the Staatliche Prüfungsamt where you can ask questions about the exam and where you can get Prof. Hofmeister's signature on your exam registration form.
You will be informed in time by email about the exact date.  

Free places, as per december 9th, 2022:

Fall 2023

Spring 2024

Fall 2024

No places available.

Application process starts 

April 1st 2023.
Earlier applications will be ignored.

Application process starts 

October 1st 2022.
Earlier applications will be ignored.


Download Form Application Exam (pdf)
(The form can be filled in on the computer and saved onto your hard drive)

Our testing philosophy

A written or oral exam is considered successfull if the candidate can show that he or she

  • is able to handle the core theses
  • unterstands the overall context
  • knows how to set the literature in a broader overall  context
  • and is able to reflect it critically