Olena Nosovska is 24 years old. She comes from Ukraine, from a village near Kyiv. After completing her Master’s degree in Chemistry, she is now doing her doctorate at Friedrich Schiller University Jena. She came to study in Jena in the 2018/19 winter semester. Part of her family has now fled Ukraine and come to Jena. Weiterlesen »"The war will leave its mark on people’s minds"
Dear students, The number of Corona cases in Thuringia remains high. Although many patients experience mild courses, the situation in the clinics is currently tense again as a result of the shortage of staff. Due to the high infection figures, Thuringia is using a transitional rule... Weiterlesen »New Corona Regulations and Outlook on the Summer Semester
Diana Tarasova is studying German as a foreign language at the University of Jena. She came to Jena in September 2021. We talked to her about the situation in her home country, Ukraine. Weiterlesen »"The whole day was like a nightmare for me"
Andriiana Raikova is Ukrainian. She comes from a small town in the south-east of the country and has been studying German as a foreign language at the University of Jena since the 2020/2021 winter semester. We talked to her about how she experienced the outbreak of war in her home country. Weiterlesen »"At the beginning, my life was really turned upside down."
Dear students, Last week you received a circular from us regarding the progress of teaching in this winter semester. In this letter, we decided to take a cautious approach with regard to face-to-face teaching, especially in view of the omicron wave that has been announced... Weiterlesen »Requirements for Face-to-Face Teaching Events and Examinations Adapted
Dear students, I would like to wish you all a happy and, above all, healthy new year! The end of the lecture period is approaching and with it the examination period. In this e-mail you will find important information about teaching and examinations in the remaining winter semester. Weiterlesen »Teaching and Examinations in the Remaining Winter Semester
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... Weiterlesen »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… Weiterlesen »Antigen Rapid Tests for the University Valid for 24 Hours
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... Weiterlesen »Important Information for the Winter Semester 2021/22
Dear students, After three semesters dominated by online teaching, there is a strong desire among students and teaching staff to return to being physically present at the university. The new ordinance of the State of Thuringia makes it possible for us to meet again on campus... Weiterlesen »More on-site teaching in the winter semester at the University of Jena