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Event offerings is a collective term for the academic events and event packages that are offered within a module. You can create or edit event offerings, either when you want to create a new module, or when you

want to change an existing module in a program of study. You can edit event offerings in the specially designed transactions

(transaction code

PIQACADOFFER00) and Edit Event Offerings for Cohorts (transaction code PIQACADOFFER01), as well as

in the

(transaction code PIQACCATLG).

You can create or edit your event offerings during the planning phase as well as during the execution phase. You can also define exceptions within event offerings.

There are display transactions available for event planning, which can be used for reporting purposes. They are PIQACADOFFER00_D and PIQACADOFFER01_D. These transactions allow you to get an overview of module bookings, room and event capacities, and cross-listed modules.


You have made the required settings in the Customizing for Student Lifecycle Management under .

You have set up an academic structure comprising modules and event types. Using this structure as a basis, you can create and change academic events, and assign them to event packages.

You have defined the event types, resource types and delivery mode.

  • Event types

Event types define which types of academic events have to be created for a module. For example, lectures, tutorials or e-learning courses.

  • Resource types

Resource types define which types of resources are required for an academic event. Resources can be rooms, materials or tutors. For example, lab rooms, overhead projectors or mathematics professors. For more information, see Resource Planning.

  • Delivery mode

Delivery mode defines the way in which an event is delivered to the student.


In this transaction, you can create a new academic event or event package , and if required, both can be created together.

You can assign academic events to event packages. A calendar view of an event schedule is available, which can also be used to see resource bookings.

As well as the access object and academic period, you can define additional event offerings. This selection criteria can be saved as default as per user.

for listing

The additional selection criteria include the following parameters:

Processing status

You can define customer-specific processing status values in Customizing for

(see business event in the

section above). The system saves the processing status of a infotype.

  • Campus

You can choose the campus or location of the event or event package.

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