Basic principle: The vitality of university courses relies on interaction between students and lecturers and between the students themselves. Fruitful ongoing interaction for all concerned cannot be maintained throughout an entire semester unless students are only absent in exceptional cases. In terms of current university practice, this recommendation does not apply to courses organized as formal lectures.
Where possible, students must notify lecturers in advance if they are going to be absent. If a person is absent more than three times, the benefit of a seminar or similar interactive courses would have to be questioned. An individual solution may be sought in justified cases (resolution by the Faculty Council of March 29, 2012).
The model curricula for studying Theology and Interreligious Studies are integrated into the annexes to the curricula.