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Information about contributions and fees

If you want to enroll, or are already enrolled and want to continue your studies at Philipps-Universität Marburg (re-registration), you have to pay a so-called semester fee, the breakdown for which is shown in the following table. Fees are charged among other things for duplicate copies of documents and for guest auditors (see below).

 

The semester fee for Winter Semester 2021/22

 

The semester fee is broken down as follows:

Student Union fee

  85,50

Student Body fee.

Note: This fee includes €1.00 earmarked to reimburse the semester
ticket for financial hardship reasons ("hardship euro"

  13,00

Semester ticket incl. IC/EC/ICE surcharge *

192,90

Contribution to administrative costs **

 50,00

Total amount

341,40

No fee is charged for internet activation. All students will receive free access.

*

Breakdown — Winter Semester 2021/22: Rhine-Main Public Transit (RMV) semester ticket: €125.22; North Hesse Public Transit (NVV) semester ticket: €10.08; Deutsche Bahn (DB) long-distance rail €52.70; Westphalia South Public Transit (VGWS): €3.40; and Nextbike (bike rentals): €1.50.  Additional information on the validity of the semester ticket issued by the General Students’ Committee (AStA): “The ticket is valid on local public transit (in RMV with transitional rate zone to Rhine/Neckar Public Transit (VRN), in NVV, as well as in VGWS with transitional rate zone) and on IC/EC/ICE long-distance rail via Deutsche Bahn starting on March 1 for a summer semester and on September 1 for a winter semester, i.e., one month prior to the start of the semester.” The use of ICE trains is valid exclusively on the Heidelberg - Weinheim - Darmstadt - Frankfurt - Marburg - Kassel/Wilhelmshöhe section. No use of ICE trains is possible in the semester ticket region for all other rail sections. You can find more information on the General Students’ Committee (AStA) website.

** The administrative fee is charged for services relating to enrollment, leave of absence, re-registration and de-registration, for general student counseling, as well as for services provided by the international offices and for arranging internships. It is governed by §56 “Hesse State Universities Act,” which you can review in German on this page: “Rechtsgrundlagen” (legal basis).

 

 

On your bank transfer to pay for re-registration, it is absolutely required that you state your student number (Matrikelnummer) and your name!

Newly enrolling students should state their first and last names in the memo field.

Foreign students can be exempted from the administrative fee if international or supranational agreements and interuniversity agreements guarantee exemption from duties. This applies to students who are studying at Marburg through exchange programs. They will pay a fee reduced by €50.00 (= contribution to administrative costs).

If you re-register late, a late fee (see below) must also be paid.

Bank information for Philipps-Universität Marburg: IBAN: DE 14 5335 0000 0000025810, SWIFT-BIC: HELADEF1MAR.

Fees in accordance with the Hesse State Administrative Costs Regulations

Administrative costs regulations under the jurisdiction of the Hessian Ministry of Higher Education, Science and the Arts dated December 13, 2013 (Law and Regulations Gazette I. 2014 p. 2).
Administrative Costs Regulations (Hessian Ministry of Higher Education, Science and the Arts HMWK) 

 

Issuing duplicates of:
  Student ID card or guest auditor certificate      30,00
  Master data sheet      25,00
  University graduation certificate or diploma or graduation document      50,00
Late fee for:
  Late re-registration       30,00
Tuition fee for guest auditor    100,00
 

 
Note:

  • On receipt of an admission or rejection notice for a degree program with restricted admission, there is no late fee.