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23.06.2020

Information about the coronavirus

last update: 16 September 2021

Reutlingen University remains closed to the public until further notice.

In the winter semester 2021/22, face-to-face courses on campus should be made possible again! In order to have a certain flexibility in planning, we ask students to rent a room or a flat here on campus or in the area surrounded. The trend is for larger courses to continue to be offered digitally, while smaller courses should take place face-to-face.
The faculties will implement these regulations responsibly from September/October in consideration of the framework conditions that will apply then - depending on the degree programme. Therefore, dear students, please pay attention to the information of your faculty or degree programme. Of course, there may be changes due to the infection or due to official requirements. We ask for your understanding. However, we will do everything in our power to enable more life back to the campus.

Please note the following dates as for the winter semester 2021/2022:

Registration for Winter Semester 2021/2022

19.07.-06.08.2021

Lectures start

04.10.2021

Holidays

27.12.-07.01.2022 (Christmas)

10.02.-18.02.2021

Registration for examinations

15.11.-22.11.2021

End of lectures and practicals

28.01.2022

Examinations

31.01.-09.02.2022

Different semester dates of individual degree programmes at ESB Business School.

In general, you may only enter the campus if you are symptom-free. If you have symptoms of a respiratory infection or a raised temperature, please contact the attending family doctor/health office (by telephone) immediately. If you have had contact with a person infected with SARS-CoV-2, please observe the Corona Regulation Segregation; see also FAQ Quarantine.

Minimum distance:

  • Wherever possible, the minimum distance of 1.5 meters must be observed.
  • Exceptions are permitted during face-to-face teaching sessions, in which case the mask requirement must be observed.

Mask mandate:

  • either medical masks ((DIN EN 14683:2019-10)) or FFP2/KN95/N95/KF94/KF99 masks.
  • in front of the entrances and in the buildings
  • during practical classroom sessions. The person presenting can remove the mask if the minimum distance to the plenum is guaranteed.
  • during examinations
  • in the offices, if the minimum distance of 1.5m cannot be permanently guaranteed

Only persons who are exempt from wearing a face mask for medical reasons are excluded from this obligation.

The University Executive has extended employment law conditions. These regulations are now valid until 30th November 2021. Please understand if we have to adapt and change these also at short notice.The detailed regulations are available on the intranet.

Information for Students

In the winter semester 2021/22, face-to-face courses on campus should be made possible again! In order to have a certain flexibility in planning, we ask students to rent a room or a flat here on campus or in the area surrounded. The trend is for larger courses to continue to be offered digitally, while smaller courses should take place face-to-face.
The faculties will implement these regulations responsibly from September/October in consideration of the framework conditions that will apply then - depending on the degree programme. Therefore, dear students, please pay attention to the information of your faculty or degree programme. Of course, there may be changes due to the infection or due to official requirements. We ask for your understanding. However, we will do everything in our power to enable more life back to the campus.

Please note the following dates as for the winter semester 2021/2022:

Registration for Winter Semester 2021/2022

19.07.-06.08.2021

Lectures start

04.10.2021

Holidays

27.12.-07.01.2022 (Christmas)

10.02.-18.02.2021

Registration for examinations

15.11.-22.11.2021

End of lectures and practicals

28.01.2022

Examinations

31.01.-09.02.2022

Different semester dates of individual degree programmes at ESB Business School.

In general, you may only enter the campus if you are symptom-free. If you have symptoms of a respiratory infection or a raised temperature, please contact the attending family doctor/health office (by telephone) immediately. If you have had contact with a person infected with SARS-CoV-2, please observe the Corona Regulation Segregation; see also FAQ Quarantine.

Minimum distance:

  • Wherever possible, the minimum distance of 1.5 meters must be observed.
  • Exceptions are permitted during face-to-face teaching sessions, in which case the mask requirement must be observed.

Mask mandate:

  • either medical masks ((DIN EN 14683:2019-10)) or FFP2/KN95/N95/KF94/KF99 masks.
  • in front of the entrances and in the buildings
  • during practical classroom sessions. The person presenting can remove the mask if the minimum distance to the plenum is guaranteed.
  • during examinations
  • in the offices, if the minimum distance of 1.5m cannot be permanently guaranteed

Only persons who are exempt from wearing a face mask for medical reasons are excluded from this obligation.

Practical classroom teaching:

In case of practical classroom teaching, the following measures must be observed:

  • Masks are compulsory (either medical masks or FFP2/KN95/N95/KF94/KF99 masks). Except for the person giving the lecture, provided that a minimum distance of 1.5 meters from the plenum can be maintained
  • Participation only with 3G proof: :
    • You are required to present proof of vaccination, recovery, or daily testing prior to attending an in-person class. We ask that you carry appropriate proof with you. The result of the rapid test must not be older than 24 hours, so it can possibly be from the previous day, as long as the 24-hour rule is observed. Furthermore, only test results from official bodies such as test centers, pharmacies or general practitioners will be accepted. Self-tests are not permitted.
  • Keep a distance (at least 1.5 to 2 metres). The minimum distance of 1.5 meters may be undercut in the lecture rooms, at the same time the mask obligation must be observed
  • Contact Tracking
  • Ventilate the room regularly
  • Wash your hands
  • Avoid shaking hands
  • Do not sneeze or cough into your hand
  • Please make sure that all safety and rescue procedures are assured, especially when working with machines (see also: https://intranet.reutlingen-university.de/intranet/infraservice/technik-und-sicherheit/sicherheit/, in German only)

Reducing social contacts:
We ask you to minimise personal contacts and to use phone or email instead.

Student restaurant (Mensa) and cafeteria:
The cafeteria and the canteen (Mensa) are open again since 13. September. Opening hours are as follows:

canteen (Mensa):
food distribution (september): mondays to fridays 11:30am-01:30pm
food distribution (october): mondays to fridays 11:15am-02:00pm

cafeteria:
opening hours (september): mondays to fridays 09:00am-02:30pm
opening hours (ocober):mondays to fridays 09:00am-04:00pm

Networking opportunities for students:
The competition "Out of the bubble", in which numerous students participated, has produced various low-threshold and easy-to-implement ideas for student networking. You can find an overview of all ideas here.

FAQ for students

We have collated some questions and answers which have reached us in the past few days. You can find them here.

Information for International Students

Information for international students when preparing your visit, entering Germany and staying at Reutlingen University. Please find out in good time about which countries are currently designated as international  risks areas, as well as the regulations which apply when entering Germany and also the corona-ordinances applying specifically to the state of Baden-Württemberg.

Here you will find a summary of the procedures which are valid at the present moment.

Information for University Staff Members

Reutlingen University has been asked by the Baden-Württemberg Ministry for Science, Research and the Arts to utilise opportunities for remote working as far as possible. Even if working from home is not possible, contact with other people on campus should be reduced. We ask all supervisors and all employees to support these aims in the interests of our university community.

The University Executive has extended employment law conditions. These regulations are now valid until 30th November 2021. Please understand if we have to adapt and change these also at short notice. The detailed regulations are available on the intranet (in German).

In general, you may only enter the campus if you are symptom-free. If you have symptoms of a respiratory infection or a raised temperature, please contact the attending family doctor/health office (by telephone) immediately. If you have had contact with a person infected with SARS-CoV-2, please observe the Corona Regulation Segregation; see also FAQ Quarantine.

Minimum distance:

  • Wherever possible, the minimum distance of 1.5 meters must be observed.
  • Exceptions are permitted during face-to-face teaching sessions, in which case the mask requirement must be observed.

Mask mandate:

  • either medical masks ((DIN EN 14683:2019-10)) or FFP2/KN95/N95/KF94/KF99 masks.
  • in front of the entrances and in the buildings
  • during practical classroom sessions. The person presenting can remove the mask if the minimum distance to the plenum is guaranteed.
  • during examinations
  • in the offices, if the minimum distance of 1.5m cannot be permanently guaranteed

Only persons who are exempt from wearing a face mask for medical reasons are excluded from this obligation.

In the case of activities which must be carried out on site at the university, the following measures must be observed:

  • Keep a distance (at least 1.5 to 2 metres). The minimum distance of 1.5 meters may be undercut in the lecture rooms; at the same time, the mask requirement must be observed in these cases.
  • Alternate the use of offices or laboratories, so that a minimum distance of 1.5 metres is assured
  • Ventilate the room regularly
  • Wash your hands
  • Avoid shaking hands
  • Do not sneeze or cough into your hand
  • Please make sure that all safety and rescue procedures are assured, especially when working with machines (see also: https://intranet.reutlingen-university.de/intranet/infraservice/technik-und-sicherheit/sicherheit/, in German)

Reducing social contacts:
We ask you to minimise personal contacts and to use phone or email instead.

Student restaurant (Mensa) and cafeteria:
The cafeteria and the canteen (Mensa) are open again since 13. September. Opening hours are as follows:

canteen (Mensa):
food distribution (september): mondays to fridays 11:30am-01:30pm
food distribution (october): mondays to fridays 11:15am-02:00pm

cafeteria:
opening hours (september): mondays to fridays 09:00am-02:30pm
opening hours (ocober):mondays to fridays 09:00am-04:00pm

Information for prospective students

For the winter semester 2021/22, applications for Bachelor degree programmes will be possible from 19.04.2021. The application deadline is 31.07.2021 (for exceptions, please check the application portal). Further information in connection with DoSV can also be found at hochschulstart.de.

The application deadline for foreign applicants (non-EU/EEA citizens with a foreign university entrance qualification) for International Business starts on 22.02.2021 and ends on 15.05.2021.

For Master's degree programmes with restricted admission, applications can be submitted via the university's online application portal for the winter semester 2021/22 from 19.04.2021. The application deadline is 31.07.2021.

For Master's degree programmes with open admission, an application for enrolment is possible until the end of the respective enrolment period. Further information on the dates and deadlines can be found here.

In the winter semester 2021/22, face-to-face courses on campus should be made possible again! In order to have a certain flexibility in planning, we ask students to rent a room or a flat here on campus or in the area surrounded. The trend is for larger courses to continue to be offered digitally, while smaller courses should take place face-to-face.
The faculties will implement these regulations responsibly from September/October in consideration of the framework conditions that will apply then - depending on the degree programme. Therefore, please pay attention to the information of your faculty or degree programme. Of course, there may be changes due to the infection or due to official requirements. We ask for your understanding. However, we will do everything in our power to enable more life back to the campus.

Hygiene Concept and General Information

The safety and hygiene measures, which we have introduced and communicated at the university of the Corona crisis, are summarized in our hygiene concept. The hygiene concept also contains information on how to deal with risk groups. The hygiene concept must be implemented at all courses, meetings and appointments in attendance.

For these reasons we are providing further information about the coronavirus, and ask you to follow the links below to find out more about the virus and how to behave in particular situations.

Please note: We ask you to monitor the latest developments yourselves as the situation unfolds.

General information about the coronavirus and the situation in Baden-Württemberg:

Prevention and Recommendations

We also ask you to observe all possible preventative measures and remind you again of the general rules of hygiene:

  • Masks are compulsory [either medical masks (OP-mask (DIN EN 14683:2019-10)) or FFP2 (DIN EN 149:2001) or masks with the norm KN95/N95/KF94/KF99]
  • wash your hands frequently
  • do not shake hands
  • if you sneeze or cough, do so into your elbow, not into your hands
  • keep your distance from other people
  • open the window frequently to let in fresh air.
    https://www.infektionsschutz.de/hygienetipps/ (in German only)

If you have any questions about the coronavirus you can call the telephone hotline of the Baden-Württemberg Public Health Office (Landesgesundheitsamt) (0711 904-39555).

To repeat some general pointers:

If you have any questions about studying, please contact: Info.Studium@dont-want-spam.Reutlingen-University.de

If you have any questions concerning employment law provisions, please contact: Info.Personal@dont-want-spam.Reutlingen-University.de

For any other questions relating to the coronavirus, please contact: Info.Coronavirus@dont-want-spam.reutlingen-university.de

We will inform you promptly about the latest developments.