How to Register
Registration and Enrolment
If you are a regular student at Saarland University: To fully complete the Europaicum Certificate, you will need to enrol for a second degree program ('Zweitstudium') via the university’s SIM portal which allows the university to record your academic assessments and examinations. Erasmus students can include courses from the Europaicum Certificate in their Learning Agreement.
SIM Guide: enrolling for the Europaicum Certificate
(currently available in German only)
It is possible to switch from the study regulations StO 2017 to the new study regulations StO 2021. Which steps have to be taken to do so explains the following guide: Change to the new study regulations of the Europaicum Certificate
Information for Erasmus Students
ERASMUS students can acquire the Europaicum Certificate during their stay.
- Europaicum Certificate is an additional qualification and can be completed by students of all subjects and faculties.
- It is possible to complete the certificate within one or two semesters.
- Students whose native language is not German can also take German courses in the language module.
If you would like to obtain the certificate with 24 ECTS, please contact the coordinators at CEUS: firstname.lastname@example.org and make an appointment.
It is also possible to integrate courses from the Europaicum Certificate Course Catalogue into your Learning Agreement.
Europaicum Certificate and UniGR
You are a student at Saarland University and would like to integrate courses from other UniGR partner universities into the Europaicum Certificate? To do so, please fill out a learning agreement in advance in consultation with the responsible persons at CEUS. The Saarland University guarantees subsidies for the travel costs from the mobility fund. Here you can find more information about the UniGR.
You are studying at a university of the Greater Region and are interested in the Europaicum Certificate? You can take courses and complete the certificate via the UniGR student status.
The University of the Greater Region is a network consisting of seven universities, which, in addition to Saarland University, includes the following universities:
- Technische Universität Kaiserslautern
- Université de Liège
- Université de Lorraine
- Université du Luxembourg
- Universität Trier
- Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft des Saarlandes (als assoziierter Partner)