English for Law


NEW registration procedure for English for Law courses - via PULS

Contact Person for all English for Law Courses

Rebecca van Es, LL.M (NYU)

Tom Heaven

Schedule Overview: Application for "English for Law" courses via PULS

To apply for a place in an English for Law course via PULS, students need: a valid placement test result, the login and password for their university account (email, Moodle, etc.) as well as their PULS TAN list.

  • 1 to 12 April 2022 - Application for courses via PULS open
  • 1 and 4 April 2022 Placement tests for second and higher semesters take place via Moodle
    Registration for placement tests: Informationsliste
  • 13 April 2022 Admission to courses (application is no longer possible)
  • From 18 April 2022 Late application/admission: only if there are places available

Step-by-step instructions for PULS registrations

  1. Log in to PULS.
  2. Check placement test result (click on “my placement tests” (“meine Einstufungstests”) in the PULS navigation menu on the left, if available).
  3. If you have taken the placement test but no result is available, contact our secretary, Ms Rauch.
  4. Choose courses according to your placement test result; applying for several parallel groups is possible.
  5. Check in PULS that all course times for the group/s for which you apply fit into your schedule.
  6. Read the course descriptions for the relevant groups carefully.
  7. Apply for courses by clicking on “register/de-register now” (“jetzt belegen/abmelden”) for the selected groups; enter your TAN/s.
  8. Check PULS as of April 14 to see if you have received a place in a course.
  9. If you have, attend classes in the week starting 18 April, as of 19 April.
  10. If you have not, wait to see if you receive a place in late registration or apply again in the next semester.
  11. If, for some unforeseeable reason, you need to de-register from a course, please do this as soon as possible via PULS – you will need another TAN for this – and inform your teacher.

Please be aware that due to a limited number of places in the courses, students can only attend an English course when they have been admitted via PULS. The fact that you have applied for a course does not mean that you can attend the course.