This content is only partially available in English.

Student Health Insurance Reporting Procedure

Student Reporting Procedure

Under 199a of the German Social Security Code Book V (SGB), there is a mutual reporting obligation regarding health insurance between health insurance providers and universities.

Reporting obligations of the health insurance providers
M10: Insurance status (compulsory or exempted)
M11: Start of insurance after switching health insurance providers
M12: Delay in payment of contributions
M13: Settlement of contributions in arrears

 

Reporting obligations of the universities of applied sciences
M20: Start of studies including start of semester and day of enrollment
M30: End of studies with end of semester and day of exmatriculation/termination

As of 11/01/2021, Mainz University of Applied Sciences is using the electronic student registration process. Notifications from health insurance providers in paper form will no longer be accepted.

At the latest at the time of enrollment, we require an electronic notification of your insurance status by your health insurance provider. Please contact your health insurance provider so they can send the required notification to us electronically.

Please quote the sender number of Mainz University of Applied Sciences for this purpose: H00001596.

 

Information specifically for citizens of EU countries

If you are from an EU country and have a European Health Insurance Card, you do not need to take out additional insurance in Germany. You just need to present your European Health Insurance Card to a German public health insurance provider of your choice, and they will issue a digital confirmation of your exemption from compulsory insurance. (Registration obligation M10 for Mainz University of Applied Sciences).

Please quote the sender number of Mainz University of Applied Sciences for this purpose: H00001596.

 

Information specifically for citizens of countries that have a social security agreement with Germany (such as Switzerland and Turkey)

If you have public health insurance in your home country, ask your insurance company representative for a form certifying your health insurance coverage abroad. The forms have different names depending on the country you are from, such as E-111, AT 11, ATN11 or BH6. You then need to present the form to a German public health insurance company of your choice, and they will issue a digital confirmation of your exemption from compulsory insurance. (Registration obligation M10 for Mainz University of Applied Sciences).

Please quote the sender number of Mainz University of Applied Sciences for this purpose: H00001596.

 

Students who are already enrolled do not have to be concerned by the transition to the elecic system for the time being. The change will not affect you until, for example, you switch health insurance providers.

 

If you change health insurance providers, we require electronic notification of the change in health insurance provider from your new health insurance provider. Please contact your health insurance provider so they can send the required notification to us electronically.

Please quote the sender number of Mainz University of Applied Sciences for this purpose: H00001596.

 

You will need to contact any public health insurance provider, and they will then notify us electronically of the existence of your private insurance coverage.

Please quote the sender number of Mainz University of Applied Sciences for this purpose: H00001596.

 

Address

Mainz University of Applied Sciences
Office of Student Affairs
Lucy-Hillebrand-Straße 2
55128 Mainz

Fax +49 6131 628-7399

You can find staff phone numbers below.

studierendenbuero (at) hs-mainz.de

zulassung (at) hs-mainz.de

kontakt (at) hs-mainz.de

Links

Consumer Affairs Center (Verbraucherzentrale, only available in German)

 

National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Funds (GKV Spitzenverband)
Student reporting process (only available in German)

Who to contact

Katharina Dötzer
Head of the Office of Student Affairs, Policy Issues
Stefanie Stuck
 
Mon to Fri mornings
T +49 6131 628-7386
zulassung (at) hs-mainz.de
Daniela Hinker
 
Mon to Fri mornings
T +49 6131 628-7384
zulassung (at) hs-mainz.de
Christiane Mann
 
Mon to Wed + Fri mornings,
Thurs afternoon
T +49 6131 628-7382
zulassung (at) hs-mainz.de
Iris Schwabe
 
Mon to Fri mornings and afternoons
T +49 6131 628-7381
zulassung (at) hs-mainz.de
Ilayda Aksünger
 
Mon to Fri mornings and afternoons
T +49 6131 628-7389
Chat Icon