Dear students, In view of the further increase in the incidence of Corona in Thuringia and Jena, the Executive Board, the deans, the deans of studies, the Corona Senate task force and members of the crisis team... Read More »Measures to Preserve Protected Face-to-Face Teaching
The number of COVID-19 infections in Germany is rising – including here in Jena. Even though we assume that 90-95% of students and lecturers have been vaccinated or have recovered… Read More »From 15 November: Antigen Tests for the University Valid for 48 Hours
With an extensive campaign at the beginning of the winter semester, the University of Jena called on students and lecturers to get vaccinated to protect themselves and others - both at the university and in private life. Read More »Around 500 Vaccinations on the University Campus
Dear students and lecturers, The start of the lecture period is imminent and with it the return to more presence. I would like to remind you once again of the most important rules for safe attendance. Read More »Letter From the President: 3-G Rules and Quick Tests on Campus
In the winter semester 2021/22, face-to-face teaching and examinations with a maximum of 125 participants can take place at the University of Jena in compliance with the so-called "3-G" regulation *) (vaccinated, recovered or tested). Digital and hybrid events will continue to be offered... Read More »Important Information for the Winter Semester 2021/22
Note: Current information on the Coronavirus situation at the University of Jena as well as answers to frequently asked questions of general interest can be found on the University's FAQ page.. Dear students, the lecture period for the 2020/21 winter semester will soon begin... Read More »Letter From the President: 3-G Rule for the Winter Semester 2020/21
"This virus will not go away and sooner or later I will suffer a natural infection if I am not vaccinated."
Prof. Dr. med. Mathias Pletz is Director of the Institute for Infectious Medicine and Hospital Hygiene at the University Hospital Jena. Read More »"This virus will not go away and sooner or later I will suffer a natural infection if I am not vaccinated."
Dear teaching staff, dear students, even in the break between semesters, face-to-face practical and other courses, as well as examinations, are still taking place. Since 24 August 2021, these activities have been subject to a new ordinance of the State of Thuringia. Read More »Attendance regulations at the University of Jena
Following the video conference of the federal and state governments on 5 January, the Thuringian cabinet has decided to extend the measures against the Corona pandemic, which have been in place since mid-December, until 31 January 2021. Read More »Actions against the coronavirus pandemic in January
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