Passed exam in “Introduction to Law and its Methods” and completion of either the compulsory practical exercise in “Roman Foundations of Law” or in “Legal Histoy”.
The exam is composed of three parts: Roman Foundations, International Law and European Law.
Written exam, duration: 180 minutes
For a passing score you need a minimum of 90 out of 180 points. Additionally, you need a minimum score for every single part: Roman Foundations - 48 out of 120 possible points, International Law/European Law – 12 out 30 possible points.
Information (only in German) regarding the Roman Law part can be found on the the website of the Department of Roman Law and Antique Legal History.
The first “Cross-Subject Examination” (FÜM 1) serves as a final exam for the first section of the law program at the University of Vienna. The exam tests the students’ knowledge on three subjects: Roman Law, European Union Law and Public International Law. While Public International Law belongs to the curriculum of the third and final section of the law program, students shall also at an early stage of their engagement with law be confronted with its international aspects. Therefore the Syllabus for the FÜM1 gives the students an overview of Public International Law.
The Syllabus for the FÜM 1 concerning Public International Law is limited to:
The use of codes or other sources such as the UN Charter is not permitted for the part on Public International Law during the FÜM 1 examination.
Inspection of Examination Records
The current dates for inspection can be found here. Furthermore, students have the opportunity to inspect their graded public international law exam every workday between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m. in the secretariat. (Juridicum, 5th floor, 2nd staircase on the left.)
Should you –after having inspected your exam– suspect mistakes in grading or if you have questions regarding the content of the exam, please contact Georg Berghold with your specific question in order to make an appointment.
Upcoming examination dates and registration deadlines can be found here.