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Completion of studies

There are several ways to end your studies at the University of Bremen.

Owing either to passed or definitively failed exams:

We receive notification from your examination office about passed or definitively failed exams. You will then be de-registered by the Office for Student Affairs at the end of the semester (31.03./30.09.) in which the Office for Student Affairs receives the notification from the examination office and sent a corresponding certificate or notice of being de-registered as well as a document for presentation to the statutory pension insurance. If you urgently need the de-registration certificate, you should apply for de-registration yourself.

 

At your own request:

You apply for de-registration, indicating when you wish to be struck off the student register (retroactively not possible), and receive your de-registration document and a certificate for the purposes of the statutory pension insurance from the Office for Student Affairs.

Please note that an application for de-registration may have effects on your health insurance or the payments of child benefits, BAföG etc.

 

Forced de-registration due to failure to re-enroll:

You do not re-enroll on time (deadlines: February 2/ August 15). You receive a reminder and ignore it. Your de-registration follows and you will receive a certificate of de-registration and a certificate for the pension insurance.

The application for de-registration can be downloaded here.

In the case of applying for a refund, please complete the application for repayment of student contributions.

Contact

For the time there will be no more personal consultation hours. You can reach us by mail and telephone.

Do you have any questions? Our FAQs will help you.

Student Office
VWG, ground floor

Office hours: Mon, Tue, Thu 9-12 a.m., Wed 2-4 p.m.
Contact us
+49 (0)421 218-61110
www.uni-bremen.de/sfs

 

Applications

The application for deregistration and the application for refund can be found in the moin-portal ("Student Administration").