Removal from the register
Removal from the register is done via the department for organisation of study by your study programme advisor - see the column on the right for contact details.
Apply for a removal from the register
If you wish to cancel your course of study, you will need to apply for a removal from the register via the application form within the deadline (according to § 21 SächsHSFG).
Removal from the register after finishing your course
The removal from the register is done via the application form. The earliest possible day of removal from the register is the day that your course is completed.
If there is no colloquium planned for your degree, the day of removal from the register may also be the day that you submit your thesis.
Please note that every graduate is required to hand in their thesis and entry document at the university's library. You will then receive a written confirmation of submission of your thesis, which you will need to provide with your application for removal from the register.
If you wish to receive the certificate of your removal from the register along with your graduation certificate, you will need to provide a self-addressed stamped A4-envelope.
Removal from the register ex officio
If you need to be removed from the register because of official matters, you will receive a certificate of removal from the register as well as an application form to so you can apply for a removal from the register in proper form (according to §21 SächsHSFG).
The removal from the register generally takes place at the end of the semester (according to SächsHSFG).
Your completed application form needs to include all required details, the date of removal from the register, the cancellation of your library account and must be properly signed.
If your application form is completed and you have provided a self-addressed stamped envelope, your certificate of removal from the register will be sent out.
Please note that you should keep your certificate of removal from the register safe, as you will need it for applications to various organisations (family-, health-, and pension insurance, job centre, change of university).