Semester fee and legislation
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The semester fee
The Studentenwerk's services are financed by income from the Mensa and dormitories, contributions to day nurseries, subsidies from the State Ministry of Science and Arts, reimbursements of costs and donations. Since this income is not sufficient to cover all costs, each student is charged a semester fee. In addition to the amount stated in the fee regulations, a euro amount is added to support the work of the Student Council.
Procedure for reimbursement of semester fees
The reimbursement of the semester fee is carried out in a written application procedure. The completed application form and the required documents must be sent to the office of the managing director. The university's processing note legitimises the possibility of reimbursement. In the case of distance or continuing studies, the application must be accompanied by evidence of the stay during the distance or continuing studies. In any case, the payment of the semester fee must be documented by the enrolment certificate (Immatrikulationsbescheinigung).
Please also note
The latest date for submitting your application to the Studentenwerk is the last working day of February for the summer semester and August for the winter semester at the Hochschule Mittweida. For the TU Bergakademie Freiberg this applies accordingly to the months of March and September.
You can download the application form for reimbursement of the Studentenwerk contribution as a PDF document.
Further legal bases
The basic principles on which the Studentenwerk Freiberg acts are based on the laws passed by the Free State of Saxony and the Federal Government. If there were any particular assessments to be made for the Studentenwerk Freiberg, these were written down by the administrative board in the basic regulations.