ILIAS is a platform of Leipzig University for creating and conducting examinations. With the help of the platform, teachers can create computer-based exams or placement tests. Different question types such as multiple-choice questions, free-text questions or hotspot questions can be used. ILIAS also offers the possibility to categorise questions in pools and to create automated exams, so that if there are a large number of questions, each examinee receives different questions.

Our service for you

The service offers users:

  • Virtual course rooms for creating and conducting open-book exams and electronic exams in presence or online

  • (Partially) automated evaluation of exams and assessment directly on the platform

  • Comprehensive statistics for exam evaluation

  • Admission of participants via registration or password

  • Access to the platform with the university login

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This service is free of charge


The service can be used by:

  • Students, lecturers, staff with a currently valid personal university login
  • Internet connection

  • Web browser

The use of the service requires compliance with the following regulations:

  • For all services of the University Computer Centre, the IuK usage regulations of the University Computer Centre of the University of Leipzig apply in principle. Misuse of services of the University Computer Centre may lead to the termination of the usage permit and, if applicable, to criminal proceedings.

IuK user regulations of the URZ

  • Information Security Regulations and Data Protection Regulations of the Department for Data Protection and Information Security of the University of Leipzig

Information Security Regulations
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Principles of information security

Data protection regulations
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  • The Data Protection Officer of the University of Leipzig must be consulted when personal data is collected.
    If you have any questions about data protection, please contact the Data Protection Officer of the University of Leipzig.
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