Teaching at the University of Jena is still generally in digital formats. This also applies to the upcoming summer semester. It is expected that all face-to-face courses will be suspended until 17 May. Read More »Extension of the standard period of study and largely digital start of the semester
More than a half of all students in Germany have a part-time job during their studies. During the semester break, almost two thirds of all students work to earn some extra money. For many, the part-time job (in many cases a Minijob) makes an important contribution to the already not opulent income. Read More »Studying without a job?!
The Executive Board and Senate of the Friedrich Schiller University of Jena have set themselves the goal of compensating for all disadvantages that students suffer as a result of Corona. To this end, various regulations have been made and recommendations for action communicated to lecturers and examination offices, which students can refer to... Read More »Corona Disadvantage Compensation for Students
With the nationwide lockdown, public life in Germany will be shut down starting today, Wednesday, 16 December 2020, to bring the spread of the coronavirus under control. Of course, this will have an impact on the Friedrich Schiller University Jena... Read More »What the lockdown means for the University of Jena
Lectures are starting while at the same time stricter regulations apply in order to contain the coronavirus pandemic. Here is an overview of what currently needs to be followed while studying at the Friedrich Schiller University. Read More »The Current Corona Regulations at the Beginning of Lectures
In order to contain the spread of the coronavirus, the Studierendenwerk Thüringen closed its canteens and cafeterias in March. Since then, some facilities have already been able to open, in accordance with a hygiene concept. From Monday, 10 August, there will also... Read More »Cafeteria in the Main University Building Opens on 10 August
This summer semester's lecture period was almost exclusively digital: seminars were held via video chat, lectures were streamed or listened to as podcasts. For this purpose, the university had increased computing capacities, purchased licenses or expanded existing functions. Read More »Five Useful Tools of the University for Digital Work
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
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!