We maintain your academic records and administer your student data. Registrar Services is located the Reimar Lüst Hall’s Student Services Wing (RLH 114-118).
Office hours are currently suspended. If you need to speak to us directly please schedule an online appointment or contact us any time at: email@example.com.
Details regarding the logo of your Final Documents can be found here.
Changes with regards to the academic policies and administrative procedures are announced to the university public here or via email.
A document confirming the name and legal entity change of the University can be found here. Please note that this document is only valid when accompanied by an original document or certified copy issued by the University.
- Final exam schedule is available here
- Final Documents
- Reading Days are now reinstated! Read more about it here
- Read the newest announcement about the new Withdrawal Option.
For current students with active Campusnet accounts, please log in and use the 'My Requests' function. If you have a hold on your account and cannot login, please read this first: Campus Net Holds.
If you are a former student please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Overall a total of 15 copies of documents issued by Registrar Services are free of charge, after that every additional document is 5€. To transfer the amount please use the information here university’s bank account and include a confirmation of the payment with your email request.
German certificates are generally recognized abroad. However, sometimes you may be asked to provide a proof of their authenticity. You can do that in two main ways: Legalization and Apostille.
The legalization is done by the embassy of the foreign country in Germany and it ascertains the authenticity of the seal on the certificate.
The apostille substitutes the legalization procedure. It applies to the countries that have signed the Haag Treaty as of October 5, 1961. The certificate with the Apostille attached is thus usable in the foreign country. If a country has not signed the Haag Treaty, the certificate must be legalized in the embassy of the country in Germany.
For the list of countries of the Haag Treaty, please click here.
In Bremen the apostille is issued by the Senator für Inneres und Sport. Before they do it however, your certificate needs to be pre-legalized by the Senator für Bildung und Wissenschaft. This is done by:
Mrs. Czarnecki at Uni Bremen
SFG, Room 0290 A
Phone: + 49 421 21860366
Fax: +49 421 200 49 4228
Monday and Thursday: 09:00 to 12:00
Wednesday: 14:00 to 16:00
Costs: 15 € per certificate (CASH only)
After pre-legalizing it, please turn to the Senator für Inneres und Sport:
Senator für Inneres und Sport
Mo-Fri: 09:00 – 12:00
Phone: +49 421 361 90-11 or -25
Fees: The fee for the issue of the apostil is 15 € for each document, which is (if physically present) to be paid in cash.
The apostille could be requested by mail as well. In this case please inform for which country is the apostil/document. Please provide a post-paid envelope with your address as well. The fee is payable by bank transfer.
The address for mail requests:
Senator für Inneres und Sport
Due to Corona we encourage students to download and complete the forms, and submit them electronically via email@example.com