To be able to continue your studies at the University of Würzburg, you must re-enrol for each new semester within the designated re-enrolment period.
In accordance with the provisions of Bayerisches Hochschulgesetz (Bavarian Higher Education Act, BayHSchG), we will be forced to disenrol you with effect from the end of the current semester if you fail to re-enrol within the re-enrolment period. This means that you will likely lose your place at university if you do not re-enrol in time!
Deadlines and other important information:
To continue your studies in a summer semester, you must re-enrol in January; to continue your studies in a winter semester, you must re-enrol in June/July. The exact re-enrolment deadlines will be communicated in due time via the University's notice boards; in addition they will be published here under the respective semester.
Please also read our information sheet. This contains important information about re-enrolment.
We will re-enrol you once you have paid your semester fees. There are two payment options available. You can either:
- transfer the due amount to the bank account of the University
The advantage of re-enrolling via direct debit (WueStudy) is that you will be re-enrolled immediately. You will also be able to print out your new enrolment certificate and other documents for the new semester immediately.
If you choose to re-enrol via bank transfer, you will not be re-enrolled - and will not be able to print out your documents - until the full amount due has been credited to the account of the University. This will take about two days.
In accordance with the provisions of Bayerisches Hochschulgesetz, we will be forced to disenrol you if your semester fees are not credited to the account of the University before the re-enrolment deadline has passed! This means that the full amount due must be credited to our account on the last day of the re-enrolment period at the latest!
You can check WueStudy to find out if you have already been re-enrolled to continue your studies in the next semester. To do so, click the ‘Student services’ tile on the ‘My portal’ page or go to ‘My studies’ and select ‘Student services’. Once you have done so, go to the ‘Student status’ tab. If the words ‘Re-enrolled for [e. g. winter semester 2019/20]’ appear in the line directly underneath the tabs bar, you have been successfully re‑enrolled. If those words do not appear yet, this may be due to the fact that we have not received or processed your payment yet. Please wait a few days and check again. If the words still do not appear, please contact Student Affairs. We will then try and resolve the matter.
Important information for students who are enrolled at the University of Würzburg and the University of Music Würzburg (HfM) or the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt (FHWS) at the same time:
If you are enrolled at the University of Würzburg and the University of Music Würzburg (HfM) or the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt (FHWS) at the same time, please re-enrol at the institution at which the re-enrolment deadline expires first.
To re-enrol at the other institution, simply submit to that institution an enrolment certificate as proof of your re‑enrolment.
If you are enrolled at the University of Würzburg and at the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt (FHWS) - Campus Schweinfurt at the same time, please note: In addition to the semester fees you have paid at one of these institutions, you will have to pay the fee for the public transport pass at the other institution.
You will not be able to re-enrol at the University of Würzburg and will not be able to validate your JMU student ID card (chip card) until you have submitted to Student Affairs an enrolment certificate issued by HfM/FHWS and (where applicable) proof of your having paid the additional fee for the public transport pass.
If you do not intend to continue your studies at the University of Würzburg in the next semester, please request disenrolment with effect from the end of the current semester.
For more information on disenrolment and the form you will have to complete, click here.
There is no need to disenrol if you merely want to change to another degree programme in the next semester. In this case, you can simply re-enrol for your current degree programme and then apply for a change of degree programme or subject.
For more information on changing degree programmes or subjects and the form you will have to complete, click here.
Please bear in mind that you need to observe application deadlines if you want to change to a restricted admission degree programme.
If, in the next semester, you want to take up studies in an additional programme and study for two degrees at the same time, please re-enrol first and then submit an application for permission to study for two degrees at the same time.
For more information on studying for two degrees and the form you will have to complete, click here.
If you want to take a leave of absence in the next semester, please re-enrol first and then submit an application for permission to take a leave of absence.
For more information on leaves of absence and the form you will have to complete, click here.
The University of Würzburg will send all important information to your student email address (‘stud-mail’). Please remember to check your emails regularly or set up a rule to automatically forward incoming messages to your private email account. To do so, please use the webmail tool. To find out how to set a rule to automatically forward emails, go to: https://www.rz.uni-wuerzburg.de/dienste/kommunikation/e_mail/ .
It is essential that you read the emails we send you. Please be aware that you are fully responsible for any disadvantages that may result from you not receiving or reading important information we sent you!
Once you have been re-enrolled, you can print out your official documents for the next semester via WueStudy.
For more information, click here.
Once you have been re-enrolled, you can validate your student ID card (chip card) at any of the validation terminals.
To find out where validation terminals are located and read more about your student ID card (chip card), click here.