Contact

Advisors for international students (International Office)

Katja Kaboth-Larsen

+49 (0)441 798-4783
 

Christine Trappe

+49-441-798-4124
 

Boris Pohl

+49 (0)441 798-4846

 

Availability by phone
Monday – Friday 10–14

Online office hours
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10–11 in our virtual meeting room (BigBlueButton)
 

Our team of tutors offers help and support with all general questions and about life in Oldenburg. The tutor team can be reached at

our facebook group International Students in Oldenburg

For enrolled students we offer a community forum in Stud.IP (IO.003 International Students)

Corona crisis: information for international students

Organising your departure from Oldenburg

Step 1: Study documents

If you are doing a full degree course in Oldenburg, your examinations and grades are managed by the Examinations Office. After your graduation, you will receive your degree certificate from the Examinations Office, which can be issued in English upon request.

Step 2: Ending your rental contract

Please remember to give the required notice in order to end your rental contract. Whether you live in a student residence, a shared flat, or in a private flat of your own, you may have to give notice to your landlord up to 3 months before you leave.

Step 3: Cancelling your health insurance

If you have a health insurance policy in Germany, then you will have to cancel it before you leave. You should find out how much notice is required for your particular policy.

Step 4: Cancelling your bank account

If you no longer need your German bank account, then you should close it. You can do this in person at your bank. The remaining balance will be paid out in cash.

Step 5: De-registering with the City of Oldenburg

When you finally leave Oldenburg, you will need to de-register at the City of Oldenburg's Citizens' Office.

(Changed: 2021-06-09)