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Information on teaching avtivities

(updated on August 8, 2022)

TO ALL STUDENTS OF HOCHSCHULE FRESENIUS

We are planning the upcoming winter semester in accordance with the developing overall situation and in agreement with many other universities as a semester with as few restrictions and deviations as possible from the actually planned and accredited normal teaching and study schedule.

Specifically, this means:

  • Classes are scheduled in attendance according to the respective module descriptions.
  • The university buildings are open, all service areas are accessible.
  • There is a strong recommendation to wear a medical mask, especially if minimum distances are not met. This recommendation applies to all parts of the university buildings.
  • In case of symptoms, everyone is urged to clarify an infection with the Corona virus by means of a test (self-test, citizen test, PCR test). If the test is positive, all applicable isolation regulations must be followed and the university must not be entered until the infection has cleared and a test (self-test, citizen test, PCR test) is negative.
  • Members of at-risk groups may wish to contact the Dean of Students responsible for their program.
  • Self disclosure, such as for vaccination status, or “booking in” to premises (for the purpose of contact tracing) is not applicable.
  • The Examination Office plans normal examination operations and will inform you in good time about any adjustments that may be necessary.

As usual, if adjustments that cannot be foreseen today become necessary during the course of the semester, you will receive further information here and through your locations in a timely manner.

PRECAUTIONARY AND HYGIENE RULES

At Hochschule Fresenius

All rules also apply to fully vaccinated and recovered individuals

WEAR MEDICAL MASKS
It is still recommended to wear a medical mask (FFP2 or OP).

OBSERVE HYGIENE MEASURES
Adhere to the general hygiene rules of the Robert Koch Institute such as regular hand washing, coughing and sneezing into the crook of your arm, etc.

KEEP A DISTANCE
Please continue to keep enough distance from other people.

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