Following a list containing the most important things you should do after arriving in Chemnitz. We recommend you to follow this sequence since the mentioned steps are based on each other.
|1. Step||Accommodation: Lease Contract||If you have applied for a dormitory room at the "Studentenwerk" and received a letter of confirmation, please contact the staff of the Department for Housing and Technical Support (Abteilung Wohnen und Technik).|
|2. Step||Arrival Office||After arriving in Chemnitz, you can stop by at the Office of Arrival (Straße der Nationen 62, room 039). There, you will be provided with important information concerning the registration process and you are able to ask questions. Please see our website for information about the office hours of the Arrival Office.|
|3. Step||Residents' Registration Office: Place of Residence||The Residents' Registration Office is responsible for your official registration. You are expected to register within two weeks after your arrival. You need a valid passport and your leasing contract. Any change of address must be reported to the Residents' Registration Office within one week. Before leaving Germany, you need to cancel your registration with this authority.|
|4. Step||Immigration Office: Residence Permit||All international students from Non-EU member states need a residence permit for their stay in Germany. This permit is granted by the Immigration Office. You must apply for a residence permit immediately after arriving in Germany.|
|5. Step||Banks: Bank Account||You will need a German bank account in order to pay the semester contribution or your rent. Below you can find a selection of banks in Chemnitz|
|6. Step||Semester Contribution||Each student must pay a semester contribution for each semester (217.10 € as of summer semester 2013). It includes the following contributions / fees: Student Services, Student Association (incl. semester ticket, Students’ Council), CUT card deposit (multifunctional student ID).|
|7. Step||Health Insurance Companies: Student Health Insurance||In order to register at CUT, each international student must present proof of sufficient health insurance for Germany. Students who would like to get a health insurance in Germany can choose between compulsory and private health insurance companies.|
|8. Step||Course Fees for Language Course Students:||All who received an admission for the preperatory language course (1 semester), please transfer the language course fee (1.500€) via remittance slip to the named account.|
|9. Step||Service Point: Registration||After you have paid the semester contribution and the fee for the language course you have to contact the Registrar’s Office which is responsible for your admission. The originals of your documents, e.g. the secondary school leaving certificate and your passport will be rechecked at the Service Point.|
Steps 1 to 9 are obligatory for every new international student in order to be able to study properly at CUT.