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Re-registration for Summer Semester 2023

Registered students who wish to continue their studies in the coming semester must re-register.

How do I re-register?

Receipt of payment of the semester fee by Philipps-Universität Marburg is considered your re-registration declaration. You must enter your name and student number (Matrikel-Nr.) in the memo field on the bank transfer form. This is the only way that the amount paid can be clearly assigned to your name.

Landesbank Hessen Thüringen

IBAN: DE31 5005 0000 0001 0065 92

After receipt of payment, the registrar’s office will mail the master data sheet along with your student ID to your mailing address.

Note: You can use the self-service features in the MARVIN portal to find out about the status of your re-registration!

How much is the semester fee?

You can find a detailed breakdown of the fees on our “Information about contributions and fees” webpage.

What deadlines do I need to meet?

Re-registration window: Jannuary 2nd, 2022 through February 22, 2023
Late re-registration (cut-off deadline): March 24, 2023 (Attention: Late fee will apply!)

To meet the re-registration deadline, please note that the payment method can take about 8 to 10 days, i.e. you must submit your transfer to your bank at least 8 to 10 days prior to the end of the re-registration window.

If the amount is received after the closing of the re-registration window, a €30.00 late fee will be due. This will mean additional expenses for you, and the re-registration will not be completed until after the late fees have been paid by the late re-registration deadline (late re-registration).

A late registration deadline will be set. This is a cut-off deadline, i.e. re-registration will not be possible after this deadline has passed, and you will be de-registered.

Consequences of not re-registering!

If you do not re-register on time, you will lose the right to re-register and must be de-registered in accordance with §59 “Hesse State Higher Education Act”. Please keep in mind that this ex officio de-registration entails disadvantages that may cost you money and time later on. If you do not re-register for the next semester (e.g. by not paying the semester fee by the specified deadline), you will be “officially” de-registered. You will not receive a de-registration certificate specifying the duration of your programs and degree — data that your retirement insurance company requires as well as data essential to apply to another university. It is very difficult to obtain a de-registration certificate after the fact. For this reason, we strongly recommend that you de-register officially using the form linked below instead of simply not paying the semester fee.