Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - European Literatures

Course registration

When registering for courses, the students of the master’s programme European Literatures do not necessarily need to follow the numeric order of the modules. In the first semester the students can already register for seminars in all nine modules.

For most of the seminars you will need to register online beforehand. Sometimes the registration is not obligatory, but most seminars require a registration. If the registration is necessary it will be stated on the AGNES website. In the German AGNES version you will find the option “belegen/anmelden” next to the course name. Once logged in you also have the option to switch to the English version of AGNES. In this case you will be able to choose “Occupy/Sign off” next to the course name.

Course registration step by step:
  1. Login: Login to AGNES with your HU-Account.
  2. Make sure you are on the site of the term you want to take a course in (visible in the upper left corner “Semesterwahl” or in the English version “Choose term”).
  3. Look for the seminar by using the search option (“Veranstaltungssuche” or “Search for Lectures”). You can also find the seminars through the “Vorlesungsverzeichnis” or “Course Catalogue “. You will find the seminars of the master`s course European Literatures in the folder of the “Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaftliche Fakultät”.
  4. Confirm your registration by first clicking on “belegen/abmelden” or “Occupy/Sign off” and then on “Platz beantragen” or “Now Occupy”.
  5. Check the result of your registration.

Apart from the registration via AGNES, every student has the possibility to create his or her own individual timetable. By clicking on the button “Vormerken” (or “Make a note of this”), the chosen seminar is selected. If you then click on “Plan speichern” (or “Deadline to mark”) the seminar will be saved in your personal timetable. Please note that this is not the same as an official registration for the course; it should only be used as a practical tool for the individual planning of your personal timetable during the course of the term.