Studying in the summer semester 2022

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  • What will the summer semester be like?

    The BTU sees itself as a face-to-face university and plans to hold the 2022 summer semester in regular academic mode. The opening of our university stands for joint learning, creative exchange and a lively campus life. The BTU has taken all the necessary precautions to ensure that face-to-face teaching can be carried out responsibly. We respond to current changes in the pandemic by offering flexible teaching and learning formats.

    In view of the ongoing restrictions on entry to Germany, exceptions from classroom teaching have been made for international students at degree programme level. Please contact your degree programme or lecturer for information on the options and general conditions that apply to your studies at the BTU.

    (Status: 16.03.2022)

     

  • What are the current conditions for attending face-to-face courses?

    Our hygiene concept ensures safe studying in presence. Please actively contribute to this by observing the general hygiene rules and wearing a medical mask inside the BTU buildings.

    The 3G rules for attending courses have expired.

    Please note that the information on the applicable regulations is updated on an ongoing basis.

    (Status: 13.04.2022)

  • Special regulations for examinations in the summer semester 2022

    In the summer semester 2022, there will be no special regulations regarding exam participation and grading due to Corona. Detailed information can be found on the pages of the Student Services.
    (Status: 16.03.2022)

     

     

  • What personal counselling services are available for students with questions about the study process?

    Subject advisors are also available in the coming semester for individual counselling sessions to plan your study schedule. Please take advantage of these offers and contact your study advisor, e.g. if there have been changes to your individual study plan due to postponed exams.

    In addition to the subject-specific academic advising, the Central Academic Advising Office is also available to assist you. Here you will receive support with questions of a general nature, e.g. on exam preparation or financing issues.

    (Status: 16.03.2022)

  • Is there a vaccination programme offered by the university?

    The best protection for you and your fellow students is a corona vaccination. The university encourages you to take advantage of the various vaccination offers. You can find an overview at: https://brandenburg-impft.de/bb-impft/en/englisch/

    (Stand: 16.03.2022)