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Coronavirus: Well prepared for autumn

In the winter semester, the majority of courses will be held via distance learning in addition to classroom teaching. The buildings at the university campuses will again be open to the public during normal opening hours from October 5th. The lending service of the University Library will be open. Appointments must be booked for personal admission.

FAQ for students and applicants

FAQ for lectures (eCampus)

FAQ for employees (Intranet)


We act responsibly:

    • Wear mouth and nose protection in all general areas,
    • Keep one meter safety distance,
    • Observe hand hygiene,
    • Well ventilate rooms regularly,
    • Stay at home if you have any signs of Covid-19 disease and report any infections to corona@uibk.ac.at.

Current measures

The buildings on the university campuses will again be open to the public during normal opening hours from October 5. Please follow the safety precautions and hygiene regulations

In addition to classroom courses, we will also offer virtual courses as well as hybrid courses. Courses with physical attendance will be offered in particular, where a personal exchange between lecturers and students is absolutely necessary. We will also pay particular attention to offer courses with physical attendance for first-semester students.

There are learning zones for students at all locations. For a possible contact tracing all users are asked to check in and out via LFU:online "Learning Zones Check-In". You will find QR codes at the individual tables.

Events are carried out virtually whenever feasible, business trips to COVID risk areas are not permitted.

The University Library offers a comprehensive range of electronic media. Lending is possible at all locations. Reading rooms are open again from October 1. Further information www.uibk.ac.at/ulb.

A COVID-19 prevention concept has been implemented at the University Sports Institute (USI). The registration for the winter semester starts on September 28, for tariff plan 3 on on September 30: usi.uibk.ac.at/usi.

The courses of the Language Centre in the winter semester 2020/21 will also be held via online teaching. Registration has started on on September 21: www.uibk.ac.at/sprachenzentrum.

Appointments for personal admission at the Admission Department: lfuonline.uibk.ac.at/public/sta_terminanfrage.main. Personal visits to Faculty Service Office/Examination Office by appointment only: appointments.uibk.ac.at/ea/faculty-servicestelle.

The Mensa facilities are partially open. You can find the opening hours here: www.mensen.at

Any questions? Then please contact the coronavirus hotline: corona@uibk.ac.at

More information: 

FAQ on coronavirus and current measures

Whom should one contact?

Persons with symptoms should contact the health advice centre on 1450 (without area code from all networks). If you have been diagnosed with a compulsorily notifiable disease or if there is a strong suspicion, please write to the Coronavirus Hotline of the University of Innsbruck: corona@uibk.ac.at.

With the online questionnaire of the Leitstelle Tirol, it is possible to clarify with just a few questions whether or not someone is classified as a suspicious case according to the current definition of the Austrian Ministry of Health. In case of uncertainties or questions, you can also contact the Coronavirus Hotline of the province of Tyrol at +43 800 80 80 30 or the 24-hour Infoline of the AGES at +43 800 555 621. Between 8 and 20 o'clock psychologists and counselors are available on the Corona Helpline 0800 400 120. 

If I am infected with the coronavirus or have had contact with infected people, do I have to report it?

In accordance with the university's duty of care, all persons who have been in contact with a SARS-CoV-2 infected person or who have been diagnosed with an infection are asked to contact the Coronavirus Hotline of the University corona@uibk.ac.at with the following information: First and last name, telephone number, address, brief key data on the contact (when, how long, contact in which form).

How can one protect oneself against the coronavirus?

The most important and effective measures for personal protection as well as for the protection of others against infection with respiratory pathogens are good hand hygiene, correct coughing and keeping a minimum distance (1 meter). 

And please follow the safety precautions and hygiene regulations on campus. 

Will there be public events at the university in the near future?

The priority in the winter semester is to ensure the ongoing operation and especially the courses planned in attendance. The current government regulations apply for the organization: www.uibk.ac.at/public-relations/veranstaltungen.

Which regulations apply at the University Library?

The University Library offers a comprehensive range of electronic media. Lending is currently possible at all locations. Reading rooms will be open again from October 1. Further information is available at www.uibk.ac.at/ulb/.

Are mail rooms still open?

Until further notice, the post rooms on the Innrain, Sowi and Campus Technik will remain open daily from 07.30 - 12 noon to accept and deliver mail. Individual deliveries are currently only available to a limited extent. Please keep a safe distance when collecting or delivering mail. Please order only the really necessary items at the moment!

FAQ for students

More Information on current developments and the general situation:

 


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