Corona virus: Current information

  • Courses can be held with a maximum of 60 people in attendance. Larger courses are to be held digitally. 
  • The 3G rule (vaccinated, tested, or recovered) applies to students and teachers for participation in classroom teaching. The same applies to the use of the library or PC pools and workrooms.
  • The proofs must be carried with you when staying at the university and must be presented during controls. The proof of testing must be current or from the lecture.
  • Mask requirement: There is a general requirement to wear medical face masks or FFP2 masks at the university. 
  • Examinations in presence take place. There is an obligation to wear medical or FFP2 masks.
  • Participation in the examinations is still optional for students until 15. November 2021, i.e. compulsory examinations do not have to be taken.
  • The campus restaurant at the main campus and the campus restaurant at UCB are open.
  • Use of the library as a place of learning is possible again with restrictions. Regulations for the use of the libraries can be found on the libraries' websites.
  • Obligation to record contacts: For all meetings, events, retreats, committee meetings, consultations and meetings with more than 2 persons and a duration of at least 15 minutes, the contact data of the participants must be recorded. The Intake app is used throughout the university for this purpose.

Current information from the Presidency

Information of 27 September 2021

Dear students,

The new winter semester is beginning and we are looking forward to the expanded opportunities for classroom teaching.

In order to ensure the most safe study in presence, it is important to implement the hygiene concept with the necessary general conditions.

Therefore, we would like to draw your special attention to the following rules:

  • For participation in classroom teaching, the 3G rule applies to students and lecturers: fully vaccinated, recovered (with certificate) or tested (certified rapid test carried out by qualified personnel). Proof of testing must be current to the day or from the day before. You are required to carry proof of your 3G status with you at the university. Appropriate checks may be made. Violation will lead to exclusion from the event/examination.
  • There is still a general obligation to wear a mask at the university inside rooms. This also applies at the seat during courses and examinations in presence.
  • As in previous semesters, we will be using the Intake app to record contacts using a QR code. To start Intake, simply go to the following address:https://checkin.hochschule-trier.de/

At the start of the winter semester, there will be another very straightforward way to get vaccinated: The state's vaccination bus will come to the main campus Schneidershof on October 12, 2021 (location: parking lot in front of the gymnasium). The vaccination offer is open to all (students, employees, externs) without registration. Various vaccines will be offered. Important: Do not forget your ID-card! At the environmental campus there will be a similar offer at the beginning of October, the exact dates will be communicated.

For the first weeks of the semester through Oct. 10, 2021, the Malteser plan to offer free Corona rapid tests daily at the main campus for students who have not yet been vaccinated. A parallel testing offer will also be organized at the Environmental Campus Birkenfeld. Please note that due to a federal and statewide regulation, the testing opportunities will no longer be available free of charge after October 11.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact infogesundheit(at)hochschule-trier.de or your instructors directly.

We are pleased to welcome you back to the university with an increased presence and wish you a successful and healthy semester.

The Presidential Board
Prof. Dr. Dorit Schumann
Prof. Dr. Marc Regier
Claudia Hornig

Information of 26. August 2021

Winter semester: More attendance with 3G rule

Dear colleagues, dear students,

We are looking forward with you to the coming winter semester and that we can take another step towards more "normality."

Due to the new framework conditions with the 3G rule (vaccinated, recovered, or tested) and mask requirement, we will be able to offer our students the safest possible university experience with a significantly higher attendance rate for the winter semester. First-year students as well as students of higher semesters can now finally experience the university and student life with personal encounters and interactions.

Based on the 25th Corona Control Ordinance, we have now adapted our occupational safety and hygiene concept. We would like to inform you here (in short form) about the most important regulations for the winter semester:

  • Courses can be held with a maximum of 60 people inattendance. Larger courses should be held digitally. Up to 60 people may occupy lecture halls and seminar rooms without a distance requirement, but with a mask requirement at the seat and following the 3G rule. Wherever possible, we recommend keeping distance and ventilating the rooms regularly.
  • 3G rule: For classroom teaching, the 3G rule applies to students and teachers. In concrete terms, this means that only fully vaccinated, recovered, or tested students are allowed to take part in classroom teaching. The same applies to the use of the library or PC pools and workrooms.
  • The evidence must be carried with you when you are at the university and must be presented during checks. The proof of testing must be current or from the day before.  Checks may be carried out by appointed university staff and will result in expulsion from the course in the event of non-compliance.
  • Mask obligation: At theuniversity, there is still a general obligation to wear an OP mask or a mask of the KN95/N95 or FFP 2 standard. The mask obligation also applies at the seat during lectures and examinations in presence. At events and (committee) meetings, the mask obligation is waived by mutual agreement if persons take a seat while adhering to the distance requirement.
  • There is still the obligation to record contacts. The Intake app is used throughout the university for this purpose. www.hochschule-trier.de/informatik/intake
  • Exams takeplace in compliance with the general protective measures in presence. The 3G rule, the mask requirement, and the contact recording requirement apply.
  • Participation in the exams is still optionaluntil 15.11.21, whichmeans that even compulsory attempts do not have to be taken.
  • Events may be carried out up to a maximum of 60 participants with the 3G rule, mask obligation up to the seat, and contact registration.
  • The generous home office arrangement will end on 31.08.2021. Employees may be granted teleworking according to the existing service agreement. 

The detailed regulations can be found in our current occupational health and safety and hygiene standards (subject to the approval of the staff representatives) at: https://www.hochschule-trier.de/fileadmin/Hochschule/Einrichtungen/Webredaktion/Corona/ArbeitsschutzHygieneStandardsCoronaHSTrier_WS21_22.pdf

If you have any questions about the regulations, please contact: infogesundheit(at)hochschule-trier.de

The departments will inform about the concrete implementation of the courses in the coming weeks. We, therefore, ask all students to regularly keep an eye on the university e-mails and the current information on the websites.

Every vaccination is a central key to ensuring that studies can be back to normal as far as possible. We would like to encourage you to make extensive use of the vaccination offers that are easily available across the nation.

We wish you a wonderful lecture-free time and look forward to the personal encounters in the winter semester!

Best regards

Prof. Dr. Dorit Schumann
Claudia Hornig
Prof. Dr. Marc Regier

Information of 04. August 2021

Outlook for the winter semester

Dear colleagues, dear students,

The lectures and exams of the summer semester are slowly coming to an end. Now we are looking towards the coming winter semester and are in the process of planning the framework conditions under which it will take place. The winter semester will see more opportunities for on-site courses and personal interaction, provided the infection situation will permit this.

For our students and especially for the first-year students, studying on site is an important element for their planning, e.g. by renting accommodation. We would like to stress here that it will be well worth coming back to the university.

The state government has announced that the regulations for universities in the Corona Control Ordinance will be adjusted in mid-August. We expect significantly more opportunities for classroom lectures in compliance with the 3G rule (vaccinated, recovered, or tested) and a maximum group size. Certain distance regulations may be omitted under certain conditions. The general obligation to wear a mask indoors and the obligation to record contacts should continue to exist; larger courses will thus take place digitally.

Every vaccination makes it easier for us to plan the winter semester; every vaccination is a central key to ensuring that studies can be back to normal as far as possible. We would like to encourage you to make extensive use of the vaccination offers that are easily available across the nation (without an appointment). This helps us all to prepare for a safe semester with more on-site activities. We will also inform about this on our university homepage so that our future students can also prepare.

Within the university we will continue to coordinate the implementation of the opening steps for the winter semester closely with the departments and the Pandemic Steering Committee.

We will inform you about the further plans in the coming weeks โ€“ you can always find the current status of the regulations at www.hochschule-trier.de/en/university/news-publications/corona-virus-current-information. We all hope that the situation remains stable and that the prerequisites for more on-site courses in the winter semester will be in place.

On behalf of the University Executive Board, we wish you a successful end to the semester and a relaxing summer time!

Best regards
Prof. Dr. Dorit Schumann
Claudia Hornig
Prof. Dr. Marc Regier
Prof. Dr. Stefan Diemer

Information of 02. July 2021

Corona vaccinations for students and young adults at the University of Trier

Dear students,

The state of Rhineland-Palatinate provides 5,000 doses of the BioNTech vaccine for students at Trier University and Trier University of Applied Sciences, as well as for trainees and for persons between the ages of 18 and 27. You can register for the vaccination from today, July 2nd, 2021, 16:00 on this page https://studi-impfregistrierung.uni-trier.de. The first 5,000 registrations will be considered. This registration portal is open to students of Trier University and Trier University of Applied Sciences, as well as trainees and persons living in Trier between the ages of 18 and 27 who have not yet received a corona vaccination. These vaccination doses are only available for initial vaccinations.

The vaccinations will take place between 07/07/2021 and 07/14/201 between 8:00. and 18:00. The vaccinations are carried out on Campus I of Trier University.

Please only register if you are flexible in the above period and can observe without restriction the individual appointment generated by the system within the above period. A postponement or an individual choice of dates is unfortunately not possible.

After you have logged in, you will be shown that you have successfully registered. However, this is not yet a binding confirmation of an appointment.

If you were among the first 5,000 registrations, you will receive another email on July 5th or 6th 2021 with the binding confirmation of the appointment and the exact date and place of the vaccination. This email will also contain links to forms which you should fill out and sign and bring with you on the day of the vaccination. The date for the second vaccination (probably mid-August) will be communicated separately to you later.
 
Please also remember to cancel your registrations elsewhere (e.g. vaccination center, family doctor, etc.) after you have confirmed an appointment here.


Best regards

Prof. Dr. Dorit Schumann
Claudia Hornig
Prof. Dr. Marc Regier
Prof. Dr. Stefan Diemer

Information of 01. July 2021

Dear students, dear colleagues,
 
We are pleased to be able to inform you about new vaccination offers:
 
As you may have already heard from the press, the state government is planning a vaccination campaign for young adults between the ages of 18 and 27 together with the universities in Rhineland-Palatinate. Here is the link to the press release: State government launches vaccination campaign for young adults and students (in German)

  • This vaccination campaign of the state is carried out at Trier University. The first vaccinations take place between July 7th and 14th, the second vaccinations between August 11th and 18th. All persons between the ages of 18 to 27 residing in Rhineland-Palatinate as well as all students studying at universities in Rhineland-Palatinate in general, irrespective of their place of residence are eligible for the vaccination. The vaccine from BioNTech / Pfizer is vaccinated. It is important that vaccination series that have already been started are not completed as part of this campaign.
    You will receive further information and details in the next few days.
    Please refrain from making individual inquiries until then.
  • Vaccination offer for students and employees (vaccination location: Environmental Campus Birkenfeld)
    At theEnvironmental Campus Birkenfeld, we were given a further 100 vaccine doses in advance for students and employees of the entire Trier University of Applied Sciences. The first vaccinations with BioNTech / Pfizer will be carried out on July 16 from 11:00 to 19:00 in the ZN at the UCB; If you are interested in this vaccination offer, please send an email to infogesundheit(at)hochschule-trier.de by July 5th.
    Please refrain from multiple registrations and only register if you can keep this date on July 16.

After the executive boards of universities in Rhineland-Palatinate at the Ministry of Science and Health and also in the region have been campaigning for the provision of vaccination doses, we are now very pleased that we have received these offers.

The perspective of an open university that can be used again as a place of learning and social space is an important signal to all students and employees who have showed extraordinary solidarity and have accepted considerable restrictions. We therefore very much welcome the fact that these vaccination campaigns can create very good conditions for a safe start into the winter semester as an on-site university.
 
Best regards
Prof. Dr. Dorit Schumann
Claudia Hornig
Prof. Dr. Marc Regier
Prof. Dr. Stefan Diemer

Information of 26. March 2021

Dear colleagues, dear students,

We are looking forward to the new semester with optimism and hope and are pleased to celebrate the anniversary "50 years of Trier University of Applied Sciences" with all students, colleagues, partners and friends in the summer, even under the current exceptional conditions.

We hope you are all doing well and would like to take this opportunity to thank you that we also managed the last semester together under pandemic conditions.  

With regard to the summer semester, we would like to inform you about the current regulations and plans:

Courses in the summer semester
On Monday, 12 April, the mostly digital summer semester starts. At 10 a.m., the President and the Vice President for Studies, together with representatives of the City of Trier and the Studierendenwerk, will welcome the new students virtually in a livestream at Trier University of Applied Sciences.
At the Environmental Campus Birkenfeld, there will also be a virtual first-semester welcome by the deans at 10.00 am.
At 11.00 a.m., Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier will address the students at Germany's universities. The speech will be livestreamed from 11.00 to approx. 11.30 a.m. and is aimed at students of all semesters. 
You can find more information about the start of the semester and the corresponding links on our websites.

The summer semester will be largely digital, with a few exceptions. Workshops, practicals, laboratories as well as events in small groups with a practical component can take place in presence for up to 30 people in exceptional cases, provided that a conversion to digital formats is not possible and the implementation is necessary for the achievement of the qualification goals.

The planning of the courses, in consideration of the hygiene concepts, is in the responsibility of the departments. The examination regulations from the winter semester are retained. 

Examinations with up to 30 participants can take place in attendance and be planned and carried out by the departments on their own responsibility.

Examinations with more than 30 participants must be reported to the President's Office.
For the first examination phase of the summer semester until 30.04.21, students are exempt from taking part in the examinations, i.e. compulsory attempts do not have to be taken and therefore do not count towards the possible 3 examination attempts.

Masks
There is a general obligation to wear medical masks or FFP2 masks at the university. This also applies at the seat during lectures, examinations and at events and (committee) meetings in presence. The university will provide employees with medical masks if required. Notifications of need should be sent toinfogesundheit(at)hochschule-trier.de.

Home office regulation
Our existing arrangements will be extended until 30 April 2021. Employees will be granted home office (up to 100%) as far as possible in agreement with their superiors, provided that office activities can be carried out from home.
The extension of the previous regulations will be automatic, provided that no changes are requested by the supervisors or employees. For further enquiries, please contact our human resources administrators.

Corona tests 
All citizens in Rhineland-Palatinate have the opportunity to be tested for the corona virus once a week free of charge. For university employees, the test can be credited to working hours, provided that the test is carried out within regular working hours. Test centres in RLP can be found at: https://covid-19-support.lsjv.rlp.de/hilfe/covid-19-test-dashboard/ 

Testing during working hours is considered to be a business trip. Travel costs are not refunded by the university.

Hygiene concept
The university's hygiene concept is still obligatory for everyone. The latest version of the concept can be found at: https://www.hochschule-trier.de/fileadmin/Hochschule/Einrichtungen/Webredaktion/Corona/ArbeitsschutzHygieneStandardsCoronaHSTrier_SoSe21_Version_2021_03_23.pdf .
This is intended to ensure safe university operations during the pandemic. However, this can only be achieved with your help. We would like to urge you all to do your part to help contain the infection and to reduce contacts and congregations on campus as much as possible, including during breaks, between classes and in student halls of residence.

On the website https://www.hochschule-trier.de/en/university/news-publications/corona-virus-current-information you will find constantly updated information about all Corona regulations.

We wish you a happy and hopefully sunny Easter and stay healthy!

With best regards
Prof. Dr. Dorit Schumann
Claudia Hornig
Prof. Dr. Marc Regier
Prof. Dr. Stefan Diemer

Information of 14. January 2021

Dear students, dear colleagues,

First of all, we consider the decision to carry out on-site exams (in coordination with our ministry and the LHPK) as a decision in favor of our students. We want to give our students the opportunity to complete this semester successfully. However, this is, and this is also very important, an offer for examination to our students. According to the decisions of all examination boards, the students are free to take part in the exams of the winter semester 2020/21. This means that compulsory attempts do not have to be taken and therefore do not count towards the number of 3 possible examination attempts as per the examination regulations.

The registration / deregistration deadlines for examinations specified in the examination regulations remain unchanged, but we would like to point out that, of course, the withdrawal regulations contained in the examination regulations allow exceptions due to the current corona situation. In particular, an ordered quarantine or a necessary isolation is a recognized reason for withdrawing from the exam, so that in these cases a short-term withdrawal from the exam is also recognized. (In Rhineland-Palatinate, isolation has to take place independently if the person learns that they are "contact person of category I" to a corona-positive person. Contact person of category I "are those persons with whom there was contact without both sides wearing a mouth and nose cover for a period of more than 15 minutes and at a distance of less than 1.5 meters, or people with whom a poorly or non-ventilated room was shared over a long period of time."

Furthermore, in some districts there may be a restriction of the range of motion to 15 kilometers around the place of residence if there is a seven-day incidence of more than 200 new infections per 100,000 inhabitants, but for which there are usually exceptions for valid reasons. (In Saarland, the 15km rule only applies to leisure day trips, so exams can also be taken outside of the 15km radius.) If you as a student need confirmation that your presence at the university is necessary for examination purposes, please contact Your study service / to your examination office. In the event that university examinations are, individually, not recognized as a valid reason for an exception, this would of course also be recognized as a reason for withdrawal.

Best regards
Prof. Dr. Dorit Schumann
Claudia Hornig
Prof. Dr. Marc Regier
Prof. Dr. Stefan Diemer

Information of 06. January 2021

Dear colleagues,
dear students,
 
We hope you had a good start into the new year. We wish you all the best for 2021, especially health, confidence, and that more life can return to our university in our anniversary year.
 
After the recent resolutions of the Federal Government and Prime Ministers, we would like to inform you about the most important regulations concerning our university, which apply until January 31, 2021:

  • The winter semester remains digital. All events that are not absolutely necessary should not take place on-site. Workshops, internships, laboratories and events in small groups with a practical component can take place on-site in exceptional cases, if a digital format is not possible, and if they are necessary to achieve qualification goals.
  • On-site examinations will take place again from 11 January 2021, strictly in accordance with the general protective measures. In particular, the distance requirement, the mask requirement, and the obligation to record contacts apply. In this context, we would like to point out again that the participation in the exams of the winter semester 2020/21 is optional. This means that mandatory examination attempts do not have to be undertaken and do not count towards the number of 3 possible examination attempts according to the examination regulations.
  • Meetings of learning groups in the premises of the university are limited to two persons.
  • Visits by external guests and public events remain prohibited.
  • Service and labor law regulations that have been in effect since December 16, 2020 will be extended to January 31, 21. It remains important to reduce the number of employees present at the university. In offices and service areas, only a minimal number of teaching, research, tech and administration staff should be present. As far as possible, and duties permitting, employees should be enabled to work from home or telework. Priority will be given to employees with childcare duties (children up to 14 years of age) and relatives in need of care. The previous regulations are extended automatically, provided that no changes are requested by supervisors or employees.
  • While daycare centers, schools or facilities for people with disabilities remain closed, the previous regulations on granting special leave under ยง56 IfSG (entitlement to compensation in the amount of 67 percent of the loss of earnings) have been extended to March 31, 21. The prerequisites are checked and documented accordingly by the personnel administration in coordination with the responsible supervisors.
  • The campus restaurants in Trier and on the Birkenfeld environmental campus are again switching to take-away meals. Staying in the cafeteria is therefore no longer possible.

We will keep you up to date on all important developments and wish you all the best for the rest of the semester, despite the current challenges and restrictions.
 
Best regards
 
Prof. Dr. Dorit Schumann
Claudia Hornig
Prof. Dr. Marc Regier
Prof. Dr. Stefan Diemer

FAQ - Studies

How do lectures take place in the winter semester?

Courses can be held with a maximum of 60 people in attendance. Larger courses should be held digitally. Lecture halls and seminar rooms may be occupied by up to 60 people without a distance requirement, but with a mask requirement at the seat and 3G rule. Where possible, we recommend that the distances be maintained and that the rooms be ventilated regularly.

Do exams take place at the university?

Examinations in attendance take place in compliance with the hygiene concepts. 

  • Examinations that have been cancelled or postponed will be made up.  If any deadlines are missed as a result, they will be rescheduled so that students are not disadvantaged as far as possible.
  • When conducting examinations, the general protective measures apply. In particular, the distance requirement, the mask requirement (FFP2 or OP masks) and the contact recording requirement apply.
  • The maximum permissible group size for examinations in presence corresponds to the maximum occupancy of the respective rooms (distance min. 1.5m).
  • For examinations, contact data must be recorded. The Intake app is used throughout the university to record contact data (in justified individual cases, the data can be recorded using a data entry form).
  • Oral individual examinations in presence are generally approved by the university management in compliance with the general hygiene rules.

If you have any questions, you can contact your department, the lecturers, deans and course directors.

 

Which hygiene rules must be observed for courses in attendance and examinations?
  • Workshops, practicals, laboratories and courses in small groups with a practical component can take place in attendance for up to 60 people, provided that this significantly improves the quality of studies and teaching and is necessary for achieving the qualification goals in the attendance format. The actual implementation of the courses is to be planned by the departments, taking into account the available room capacities.
  • The university's general occupational health and safety and hygiene standards apply to face-to-face events and examinations, in particular with regard to distance, hand hygiene and ventilation.
  • Rooms have a permissible maximum number of visitors (distance min. 1.5m), the permissible number of visitors is shown at the room entrance and may not be exceeded.
  • Masks are compulsory: At the university it is compulsory to wear medical face masks or FFP2 masks. These must also be worn during lectures and examinations in the classrooms.
  • The teachers must ensure that contact data is recorded. The Intake app is used throughout the university to record contact data (in justified individual cases, data can be recorded using a data entry form).
  • On the way to the courses and examinations and in front of the event room, distance markings and posters should indicate the safety distance. This minimum distance must be observed. Group formation is to be avoided.
  • A "one-way system" for entering/exiting rooms should be provided and marked as far as possible. As far as possible, exiting and entering persons should not meet each other directly. If one-way rules have been set up in buildings/staircases (e.g. right up/left down)/rooms, these should be observed; otherwise, oncoming persons should be given way to the right.
  • Between lectures, sufficient breaks (at least 10 minutes) must be ensured. These breaks should be used for ventilation.
  • Course rooms without ventilation systems and with windows must be ventilated regularly (at least every 20 minutes).
  • Eating in the classrooms is not permitted (except in cases of medical necessity).
  • Special cleaning/disinfection of tables between events is not required. Disinfectant for hands and surfaces should be provided to participants. Requests are made by the departments to the central services or to the technical services.
  • After the courses, participants should leave the room as quickly as possible. The minimum distance must also be observed after the event.

The following also applies to written examinations:

  • The maximum permissible group size for written examinations in attendance corresponds to the maximum occupancy of the respective rooms (distance min. 1.5m).
  • Written examinations are located at the seats before the students are admitted or are to be taken to the seat by the students near the entrance.
  • When asking questions to invigilators at examinations, the minimum distance should also be observed. Invigilators may decide to allow questions only at the table or lectern with a protective screen.  
  • The examinations are to be deposited by the students in a deposit box at the time of handing in and should initially be kept for 24 hours before correction.
  • In case of justified need (medical certificate required), individual examination solutions (e.g. separate room) are to be sought at the request of the students. An application for an individual examination solution due to a justified need is to be submitted to the examination board of the respective subject area with the corresponding medical certificate via the Student Services in Trier or the examination office at the ECB.  
Do I currently have to take exams?
  • Participation in the examinations is optional for the students until end of winter term, i.e. compulsory attempts do not have to be taken either and therefore do not count towards the number of 3 examination attempts possible according to the examination regulations.
  • Exams that are taken will be assessed. This does not affect the regulations on withdrawal from exams as per the examination regulations.
  • Seminar, study papers, or final theses are exempt from these regulations. An extension of the deadline can be granted by the responsible examination committees upon request.
  • For organizational reasons, the registration deadlines for examinations as per the examination regulations remain unchanged.
Can I withdraw from an exam if I have to go into quarantine?

The regulations on withdrawal from examinations in the examination regulations allow exceptions due to the current Corona situation. In particular, an ordered quarantine or a necessary isolation is a recognized reason for withdrawal, so that in these cases a short-term withdrawal from the examination is also recognized.

Segregation must be carried out independently in Rhineland-Palatinate if the person becomes aware that he or she is a "Category I contact person" to a Corona-positive person. Category I contact person "are those persons with whom there was contact for a period of more than 15 minutes and at a distance of less than 1.5 meters without wearing mouth-to-nose coverings on both sides, or persons with whom a poorly ventilated or unventilated room was shared for an extended period of time."

Are workshops and laboratories still open?

Practical courses, laboratory exercises and workshops can take place in very small groups, provided that these are absolutely necessary to achieve the qualification goal of the module. All rules of distance and hygiene (including at least 1.5 m distance, wearing of a mouth-and-nose cover) must be observed or alternative solutions (e.g. postponement of the module to the following semester) must be sought.
Research activities can continue to be carried out on site in compliance with the rules of hygiene and distance; this also includes projects and final papers by students on site.

FAQ - Travel and quarantine regulations

Can international students currently come to Germany?

International students may enter Germany in order to attend attendance events at Trier University of Applied Sciences. Entry for study purposes is generally considered an important reason for entry.

As the situation can change, please be sure to observe the relevant current recommendations and travel warnings of the Federal Foreign Office regarding entry requirements.

Our International Office will be happy to provide you with further information and assistance.

What are the entry requirements for international students?

The Ordinance on Coronavirus Entry Regulations of the Federal Government regulates the obligation to register, the testing or detection obligation, the quarantine obligation as well as the respective exceptions to the obligations.

On the website of the Robert Koch Institute you will find daily updated information on the classification as simple risk area, high incidence area or virus variant area.

 

FAQ - General questions

Is there a central point of contact for questions about coronavirus?

Yes. Trier University of Applied Sciences has set up its own pandemic working and control group (ASP), which coordinates the measures related to the coronavirus centrally and involves experts from the company medical service and the health authorities. It also coordinates with the state ministries and other public institutions.

What does the university do to protect employees, students and visitors to the university?

The university implements the recommendations of the federal and state governments and the Robert Koch Institute promptly. This includes in particular general protective and hygienic measures as well as the coordination of other measures in the areas of occupational safety, study and teaching, business trips and public traffic. Basically, contact by phone or email is currently preferable to personal contact. Corresponding formats are available in every advisory institution at the university. The general precautions to avoid infection must be observed. Please also note the detailed information in the FAQ and the current information by the university management.

You can also find the latest information by the university on the following website: www.hochschule-trier.de/go/coronavirus

Contact

For questions and information about the coronavirus, please contact: infogesundheit(at)hochschule-trier.de

If you would rather address students for questions: studentischeanliegen(at)hochschule-trier.de

International Office: https://www.hochschule-trier.de/en/university/organisation/services/aaa/contact

Reporting obligation

In the event of suspicion or infection with Covid-19, you are obligated to report this immediately to the university via the address infogesundheit(at)hochschule-trier.de and to the responsible health office.

Hygiene rules

  • Keep a distance (at least 1.5m to other people)
  • Wearing a medical face mask or FFP2 mask.
  • Following rules for coughing and sneezing
  • Good hand hygiene: wash hands regularly with soap and water
  • Keep hands away from face
  • Clean the workstation if you share it with other people (e.g. keyboards)
  • Ventilate rooms regularly
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