From Monday 10 May, measures affecting practical classes and examinations will change. As before, the new rules and day to day operations of the university will comply with the valid government measures.
Most classes will continue being taught online. Face-to-face learning in practical classes will resume for students of all years of study from 10 May. Face-to-face learning will also continue for students of all years in the programmes of General Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy and other medical study programmes, students teaching practical pedagogical classes and students on placements in kindergartens, primary and secondary schools and in school-type institutional and protective care facilities. Classes will be limited to groups of at most 25 people who must comply with all protective measures.
Classes at the Faculty of Social Studies, Faculty of Economics and Administration, Faculty of Informatics and the Faculty of Law will remain online. Deans of the individual faculties make decisions on face-to-face teaching in specific courses. For more updates, follow the information provided on your faculty’s website.
Students who attend face-to-face classes must get tested for SARS-CoV-2 on a weekly basis.
This applies to physical presence at examinations, including other forms of course completion as colloquium etc. According to applicable legislation, the minimum distance between students is 1.5 metres.
Testing is mandatory also for students accommodated in university dormitories.
Entrance exams can also be held in person. Applicants must keep at least 1,5 meters distance, they will have to provide a negative test result for SARS-CoV-2 not older than 7 days (there can be some exception set by the government) and have to wear at least FFP2 respirator.
All necessary information and links to the relevant regulations are available on the university traffic-light system website.