The exams stipulated in the nostrification decision are exams as defined in the Universities Act 2002.
To complete the exams stipulated in the nostrification decision, applicants are admitted to the Medicine degree program as extraordinary students.
Extraordinary students are not entitled to participate in courses with a limited number of places.
The random test is not an exam as defined by the Universities Act 2002 and can only be taken one time.
Nostrification is complete upon positive assessment of the stipulated exams—according to the notification of additional conditions—and if necessary the preparation of diploma thesis. The final decision on nostrification can be prepared.
In the event of a negative nostrification decision, applicants can submit an application for admission to the Medicine diploma program according to the lateral entry regulations and/or admission to the Medicine diploma program according to the standard procedure.