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Started by slaton9 May Posted 9 May So tonight I went out with my roommates. I thought I was a student because of my language course, and when I applied for my Andmeldung the lady told me I had certain privileges as a student. One of those privileges was free Strassebahn trips during the evening. I had paid all my tickets for the train during the day, but this evening I took the train on my trip to a bar.
A plain clothes office stopped my group and asked for identification.
I provided mine, and when he asked me questions about who I was I gave him answers. He ended up giving me some sort of ticket and told me that I need to visit some office next week. I don’t have much money. I don’t understand how I have to go to some office one day rather than go to a class for which I have paid.
A class which I believed paid for the ticket. Does being a student qualify me for a ticket? If not, what should I tell the charge people? If not, how can I communicate to the ticket agent that I made an honest mistake?
It sucks that I paid for so many tickets during the day, and when I finally used the train at night I get charged 50 Euros for what I believed were the rules. Unfortunately, “student” in officialese means full-time University student.
This makes a difference for a lot of things, not only travel, but also visa issues and insurance. People taking courses at language schools or Volkshochschulen VHS are instead clients of that school, and not officially “students.
A student at a university or Kvb typically has their transportation tickets paid through their student fees, as the Uni or FH has some type of agreement with the transportation authority probably because they’re state run? Students at language schools don’t. I’m afraid the misunderstanding was on your part, or your language school did not clearly explain to you that you are not a “student” as the German bureaucracy understands it.
The person you spoke to when you did your Anmeldung was correct about student perks, but unfortunately you don’t negz. I’d recommend buying a monthly pass in the future. They’re a lot cheaper in the long run, especially if you’re traveling more than 2 or 3 times a day.
Did you get a student ID, or are you considered a “guest student”? My husband has the same problem here, in that he’s a “guest student” at the Uni but doesn’t have the privileges of a full student. Also, you are from the US.
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What does your kv say? If it is a student visa, that’s one thing, but if it is for a language course or a work permit, then no, you’re not considered a “student. My visa is for a language course. Posted 10 May This permit can be printed out from the student portal. As a student at a language course you generally would not be enrolled and therefore not considered a student in a legal sense. Not the case with Karlsruhe, you need to buy a separate student ticket for riding during the nwtz.
To buy it you need to be enrolled at one of about a dozen universities within the KVV that have the necessary base contract with KVV. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Sign up for a new account in our community. I don’t have 40 Euros to drop for some stupid, poorly communicated policy.
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Strassenbahn ticket after 9PM in Karlsruhe
Thanks for the reply. A student at a university or Fachhochschule typically has their transportation tickets paid through their student fees. Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community.
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