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After your arrival in Bonn, you will have to complete a number of formalities.
For details, please check your Erasmus Student Guide that you will receive on the arrival day of the Erasmus Welcome Week!
For a brief overview, check here:
...DID YOU KNOW? We will support you with all these formalities during the Welcome Week! Have a look into our latest programme.
On our check list,
you will find an overview of things that you need to do after your arrival.
If you find a room or flat on the private market, you will also have to sign a tenancy contract and pay a deposit.
But careful: do not pay a deposit without having seen the flat or without having signed a contract. If this is asked of you, this might be an attempted fraud.
Enrolment at the university
To study at the University of Bonn, you have to be enrolled as a student. more...
Registration with the city of Bonn
By the time you have an accommodation in Bonn, you are obliged to register with the city of Bonn. more...
Opening of a bank account
Particularly if you have a room from the Studentenwerk, you need a bank account in Germany for the monthly pay of rent through bank transfer. more...
Please think of signing and sending back your ERASMUS documents that your home university needs! Your Erasmus departmental-coordinator sign your documents.
[Registration with the Immigration Office/Visa]
Students from non-EU countries have to register at the Immigration Office to extend their Visa for Germany. more...
No-EU students need a work permit if they want to work during your studies in Germany. more...
More information on that matter can be found under enrolment at the university.
Before leaving Bonn
Deregistration with the city of Bonn. more...