Please note the current corona regulations of the University of Würzburg. At the moment the so called 3G regulation applies for students who want to attend face-to face lectures, meaning you must be vaccinated, recovered or tested negative. You can find more information here.
Compliance with the regulations will be checked. Please have your documents ready when entering the university.
Thank you for your cooperation and your understanding - have a good start into the new semester!
We are pleased to be able to plan the winter semester 2021/22 mainly as an on-site semester. JMU shall once again be a place of personal contact and direct exchange between students and with our lecturers.
Depending on the needs and circumstances of our faculties, digital teaching formats proven in previous semesters may be offered. Please contact your respective department for more information.
In the university buildings, it is compulsory to wear at least a medical face mask (surgical mask). This does not apply at fixed seats, standing or work places – e.g. in lecture halls and seminar rooms –, provided that a minimum distance of 1.5 m is reliably maintained from other persons.
If the city of Würzburg exceeds a 7-day incidence of 35 (which is currently the case), access to university buildings may in principle only be granted to students who have been vaccinated, recovered or tested negative. Until further notice, the lecturers will check the proofs. Until the start of the lecture period at the latest, it will be announced how the 3G rule will then be checked.
For students who are neither vaccinated nor recovered are kindly requested to take advantage of the free vaccination offers! The
are available for any tests that may be required.
The Free State of Bavaria has announced that it will continue to offer free tests to students, but only for a limited period until 30 November 2021. With the expiry of free citizen testing, several local testing centres in Würzburg plan to close. The University is currently taking care of setting up test stations on our premises for the period from 11 October to 30 November to ensure that our students can really take advantage of the continued free test offer.
With best regards,
Your COVID-19 Task Force of the JMU
Prof. Dr Paul Pauli, Prof. Dr Lars Dölken, Prof. Dr Andreas Dörpinghaus, Prof. Dr Doris Fischer, Dr Uwe Klug
For further information please have a look here