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Your UZH e-mail address is automatically generated based on the information you provide in your application. If there are multiple instances of the same name, e.g. John Smith, the names will be numbered consecutively during generation, e.g. email@example.com
The first names and last names provided in your application must match the details in your official documents (passport or ID) and will otherwise be corrected by Student Services. All last names and the official first name are mandatory.
If you have changed your name, you can request a name change via 'Meine Anträge' (“My Applications”) in the Student Portal, which will be checked against your official identity card. Once the change has been approved, the UZH e-mail address will be changed accordingly.
A name change not only affects the UZH e-mail address, but also all student documents such as study certificates and graduation documents.
Detailed information on changing your name and address can be found here
You can change the e-mail address for your @department.uzh.ch address directly with your IT Coordinator.
Your UZH e-mail address will be automatically generated based on your employment details. If there are multiple instances of the same name, e.g. John Smith, the names will be numbered consecutively during generation, e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please inform the your organizational unit's (institute/clinic/seminar/department) HR representative of any change concerning your personal details, such as your name or address (in the event of a name change, please provide an official document, such as a passport or ID card).
After the name change has been updated and entered by the relevant department, you will receive an e-mail with the remaining steps for completing the process.
The @uzh.ch address is automatically amended to the new name following a name change. If you want to change your @uzh.ch address, please submit an application for a name change to your HR representative.