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Binding Registration (Human Medicine)

Binding Registration

"Binding Registration" means that during the registration process, students will be automatically allocated to additional courses.

Binding Registration for Human Medicine

Students can register for courses in medicine at the JKU via KUSSS (Kepler Study Support System).

5th Semester Bachelor's Degree Program in Human Medicine:

Register by signing up for "PL : Problemorientiertes Lernen Krankheitsbilder" for your courses.

1st Semester of the Master's Degree Program in Human Medicine:

Register by signing up for "PL : Problemorientiertes Lernen Lebenszyklus" for your courses.

  • Click on the link "Overview of Binding Courses" to view a list of binding courses.
  • There are five ranked numbers to choose from.
  • Enter the number for each course that indicates your preference.
  • Students can indicate their preference (1 to 5) for the PL and/or group they would like to be allocated to. 1 indicates the most preferred.

    There are video tutorials on how to log in, search for courses, and how to register (see min 3:30 in particular). See: here to view the video tutorials.

    Please log in so you can register for classes.

    See also:
  • How Can I Log In to KUSSS?
  • I Have Forgotten My Password – Now What?

    Allocation

    As part of the course allocation process, students will be allocated to equal-size groups.
    The groups will be ranked according to Priority Number with the following variations:

  • Extent of Studies / Part-Time Bonus was not taken into consideration during the allocation process.
  • All five courses must be ranked in order to indicate preference.

    Group allocation will remain via all modules for each "Problemorientiertes Lernen (PL)" course.
    The group arrangement stays the same for the following "Praktika" (PR), "Kursen" (KS) and "Vorlesungen" (VL).

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