Procedure for re-registering

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Students, who are enrolled at the University of Kassel and wish to continue or complete their studies during the upcoming semester, must re-register.

End of study.
You have to be registered, in order for you to be elligible to gain credits. This includes a bachelor's or master's thesis. A de-registration with a complete degree can only be considered after the final examination.


Winter semester 2023/24

Start: 01.06.2023
End : 01.09.2023

1. Procedure

Announcement of the deadline
All students will receive an "Infomail" who have activated a "User Account" of the IT Service Centre (ITS) and check the inbox of your personal university e-mail address "". 

Successful re-registration
Re-registration takes place within a re-registration period. The receipt of payment of the semester fee at the University of Kassel is considered as a re-registration declaration. Re-registration is automatically carried out by transferring the semester fee. Whether the semester fee has been received and the re-registration has been completed can be viewed in eCampus under "My Studies" -> "Student Services" -> "My Status" and "Payments" after approximately seven days from the date of transfer.

Late re-registration
Late re-registration within a grace period is still possible by paying a late fee (30 €). After re-registration, the CampusCard can be validated at the vending machine.

E-mail notification via university e-mail address

If you have not yet activated the user account and the associated university e-mail address, you can do so using the following ITS link. You will find the option to do this under "My studies" -> "Student Services" -> "My data" -> "Edit your data".

Change in address

Please do not forget to inform us of your new address if you have moved in the meantime.

2. Semester fee

You can obtain more general information about the makeup of the semester fees at the Semester fee site.

If you paid too much during the previous semester, your student account may still have a credit balance. If this is the case, you only need to transfer the difference between the full semester fees and your credit balance from the last semester. 

You can view your personal semester fees at the eCampus under Study services.

Winter semester 2023/24

Start: 01.06.2023
End : 01.09.2023

3. Bank transfer

Please transfer the semester fee to the University of Kassel’s account at Kasseler Sparkasse, quoting the following transfer details:

    Recipient: Universität Kassel
    IBAN: DE98 5205 0353 0002 1984 28
    Name of the bank: Kasseler Sparkasse

    1. Please enter your student registration number in the “reason for payment” box.
    2. Please enter your name in the “further reason for payment” box.

    Please note that additional fees are incurred if you are transferring funds from abroad. Please ask your bank about these and factor them in when transferring the fees.

    QR code

    If you use a banking app on your smartphone, you can use it to scan this QR code. The recipient, IBAN and amount will then be filled in automatically. Nevertheless, please make sure to include your matriculation number and your name in the intended purpose.

    4. Delayed re-registration and obstructions

    Causes for delayed re-registration

    1. You have ordered the transfer of the semester fee after 01.09.2023.
    2. The receipt of payment is on time but incomplete.


    The re-registration is only possible within the grace period. The grace period begins on 02.09.2023 and ends on 20.09.2023.


    In case of re-registration within the grace period, however, an additional fee of € 30 will be charged. This reminder fee can be transferred together with the semester fee. If you have already transferred the entire semester fee, you only pay the reminder fee (account details and transfer form see above).


    A re-registration cannot be carried out if there is an obstacle (e.g. no new health insurance notified, registration requirement not fulfilled yet).

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