Confirmation of programs studied
In contrast to the Registration certificate, the Confirmation of programs studied serves as proof for all degree programs and subjects studied since the day you first registered as a student at LMU Munich. It includes the current overall number of university semesters attended as well as detailed information on your degree program for the current semester (degree being pursued, subject major and minor(s), current overall number of subject-specific semesters) and the exact reason for a leave-of-absence semester.
Please note: The confirmation of programs studied does not include any details on study and examination results (degree pursued/awarded, transcripts, etc.). These details can only be confirmed by the individual Examination Office responsible for your degree program.
You can use the online Self-service function to access your LMU account and print additional copies of your confirmation of programs studied. The office you submit such a certificate to may in turn use an online self-service function to verify the authenticity of this particular certificate.
Confirmations generated in this manner usually suffice when it comes to offices and other agencies. If, for a special reason, you need the confirmation of programs studied to be issued as a public document bearing a signature and the seal of LMU Munich, please contact the SU 2 - Academic Registrar. They will issue this document upon presentation of your current student ID and official picture ID.
Former students, who attended LMU Munich in the past, will receive a confirmation of programs studied if they either present an official picture ID to the SU 2 - Academic Registrar or if they mail in their request in writing.
Further information on how to obtain a confirmation of study to be used abroad, which also complies with the formal requirements for legalization or apostille, you will find here.
Please note: The Office of the University Registrar issues certificates and confirmations in accordance with data protection regulations and therefore, as a rule, neither upon the request by a third party nor to a third party.