On 24 June, the “Mantelgesetz” of the state parliament was published, which lays the legal basis for the so-called Corona disadvantage compensation for students. In anticipation of this law, the Senate of the Friedrich Schiller University decided on 2 June to adopt comprehensive regulations… Read More »Important Information on Corona Disadvantage Compensation
The corona pandemic is fundamentally changing the everyday life of many people – this naturally also affects students. The nationwide survey "Studying in Germany in Corona Times" aims to examine the effects of the crisis on students at German universities… Read More »Survey: Studying in Times of Corona
Dear students and employees of the university, together we have successfully pushed back the coronavirus on campus and in the city. However, as a look at other cities and countries shows, the virus can break out again at any time. Read More »Letter from the Chancellor: Mouth and Nose Protection at the University of Jena
From Tuesday, 16 June 2020, students who are in particularly acute need and directly dependent on financial aid as a result of the corona pandemic can apply for bridging assistance from their Studierendenwerk. The grant of up to 500 euros... Read More »Assistance for Students in Acute Financial Hardship
On June 9, the project team of the Student Health Management of the University of Jena designed a virtual kick-off for the five-year project.
From Monday, June 15, 2 pm to Wednesday, June 24, 2 pm the committee elections will take place at the University of Jena. This year, almost 19,000 people are called upon to vote for one or more of the following decision-making bodies... Read More »Online committee elections at the University of Jena: Vote until 24 June!
The Thuringian University and State Library (ThULB) can still only be used to a limited extent due to the corona pandemic. Openings and rules of use are in accordance with the regulations of the city of Jena and the state. A constantly updated overview of the services is available... Read More »Frequently Asked Questions About the Current Use of the ThULB
Since mid-March, many employees of the Friedrich Schiller University Jena have been working from their home office. In the coming weeks, work will continue to be done preferably from home in order to continue to contain the corona virus. This situation poses particular challenges... Read More »Work, Train and Stay Active in Your Home Office
Dear colleagues, employees and students of the University of Jena, the recent German, Thuringian and city ordinances have raised the question for many of you as to which of these rules are transferable to our university... Read More »Letter from the President: How the Summer Semester Continues
Dear members of the university community, The ongoing corona crisis has been posing great financial challenges to many of our students for weeks now. I am grateful that so many of you have already responded to the call of our “Society of Friends and Patrons” to make a donation to the Corona Emergency Fund... Read More »Letter from the President: Help Us Help Others