Digital Student ID card

Starting June 1, 2020 you will no longer receive a physical student card but you will use a digital student card. This card is valid if you have a completed enrollment at Erasmus University.
The digital student card is a complete replacement of the former plastic card and offers the exact same functionalities. The digital student card also serves as official ID on campus and it is therefore mandatory to upload your passport photo when you first register at EUR.

You can upload your photo in Osiris student. Log in with your Erna and upload your photo at personal details. Pay attention! Your registration cannot be completed without a photo.

If you still want to receive a student card, if, for instance you do not have a smartphone, you can request a plastic card. You can only request a card if your enrollment is completed. Requests with incomplete registrations will not be processed. The plastic card is provided once. So keep it well!

What can you do with your student ID card?

  • Your digital student card is your library card at the university library.
  • It is one of the proofs of identity for written exams.
  • If you want to use a study place, you must show your digital student card.
  • You can be asked for your digital student card when you enter lectures.

Proof of enrolment

You will receive a certificate of registration every year After your enrollment has been completed, the status of your enrollment in Studielink changes to "enrolled" and you can download your proof of enrollment in Osiris student. 

You can use proof of registration for organizations (e.g. an insurance company, bank) that request it. You can easily download and print additional proof of deregistration via Osiris student.

Please note: the proof of enrollment always mentions "full-time" for course participants. If you are registered as a part-time student, this will not be stated on your registration certificate. Naturally, your registration is correctly stated in our registration system.

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