Enrolment affairs - an overview
Here you can find the most important information and forms related to enrolment (for example leave of absence, deregistration, reregistration, part time degree programme).
To make sure that you receive your enrolment certificate and CampusCard on time and without complication, you can change your address directly in Stud.IP.
- Use the link Studium > Meine Studienleistungen/ -daten > Meine Studiendaten > Kontaktdaten to change your address directly.
You can also print your enrolment certificate and confirmation for BAföG from this link.
You can take a leave of absence without reason for a maximum of three semesters. If you would like to take a leave of absence beyond this limit, you must provide a justified reason, for which you need to provide evidence. The maximum permitted leave of absence if an important reason has been provided and approved is five semesters. Parental leave is an exception in this case. If you are caring for a child, you are entitled to a leave of absence of a maximum of six semesters up to the end of the child's eighth year.
The application for a leave of absence must be submitted to the Registrar's Office within one month after the start of the lecture period. We recommend submitting your application during the reregistration period so that you do not receive any reminders or you are not deregistered for not reregistering.
BAFöG recipients must inform the Student Administration and Social Welfare Organisation (Studentenwerk) of their leave of absence at the earliest possible opportunity. During the leave of absence you may not attend courses or sit examinations (however examinations sat in another country may be accredited with the agreement of the examination committee).
You can deregister at any time (however not retrospectively) by applying for deregistration. If you do not specify a date for deregistration, you will be deregistered at the end of the current semester.
Please bring your CampusCard with you or send them to us, if you do not wish to be deregistered at the end of the semester.
The AStA will decide whether a partial refund of the semester ticket fees is possible based on the exmatriculation certificate.
Payments may only be refunded if the deregistration (form) is received at least one month after the start of the lecture period.
Students under and including 30 years of age must submit proof of health insurance on enrolment. Students who are aged 31 and above do not need to submit evidence of health insurance.
If you would like to continue studying your degree programme, you must re-register every semester. Please transfer your semester fees on time. Once you have re-registered, you must have your CampusCard re-labelled (validated).
- 1 - 31 July for the following winter semester
- 15 January - 15 February for the following summer semester
You can withdraw your enrolment within a month of the start of the lecture period.
You will then be considered as never having enrolled.
Any amounts pad will only be refunded if the request for withdrawal is submitted to the Registrar's Office within one month of the lecture period.
Please submit the following documents:
- Request for withdrawal of enrolment
- Your CampusCard
Part-time study is possible in the Bachelor's and Master's programmes if the respective examination regulations provide for this.
Before submitting the application to the Registrar's Office, the study plan must be signed by the subject-specific student advice. An application must be submitted for at least one semester or for one academic year (two semesters).
- By 31 July of the year for the winter semester
- By 15 February of the year for the summer semester
Students who are starting their degree at the University of Oldenburg can apply for part-time study on enrolment.
Students can apply to earn 40%, 50%, 60%, 70% and 80% of the available credit points listed in the examination regulations. The standard period of study increases accordingly.
The long-term study fees (500 Euro) are reduced accordingly. The remaining semester contribution is not reduced. Part-time students initially pay the full re-registration fee.
Please clarify the non-university consequences of part-time studies with the respective responsible office, for example
- BAföG office
- Child benefit
- Health insurance
- Social Benefits Advice of the Studentenwerk Oldenburg
All students and PhD candidates are insured against accidents by Landeskasse Niedersachsen in Hanover. The costs for this are covered by the state of Lower Saxony and students do not have pay contributions. If you have an accident, please submit an accident form to the InfoDesk in the SSC or Registrar’s Office. All accidents must be reported, not just sport accidents. Please fill out the form using a computer and not by hand.