On this page you can read about how the coronavirus pandemic affects your studies. Please check the  university’s website and intranet pages regularly for information about the situation on campus. Please also be sure to read the emails sent to your university email account about this issue from the university.

 

The following are general recommendations:

  • Masks are recommended, if the minimum physical distance of 1.5 metres cannot be maintained. 
  • Do not come to campus if you are ill. 
  • Maintain physical distance and follow the general hygiene measures. 
  • Ventilate rooms regularly. 

 

Guidelines 

Schedule and deadlines

  • All important dates and deadlines for the current summer semester are available in the semester schedule.

Information about standard programme duration (“Individuellen Regelstudienzeit” IRSZ):

  • Your individual standard programme duration has been officially extended one semester, if you were enrolled in one of the preceding semesters (SoSe 2020, WiSe 20/21, SoSe 2021, WiSe 21/22) and not on leave of absence (Art. 99 (2) BayHschG). For example, if a student began their programme in winter semester 21/22, their individual standard programme duration has been increased by one semester. Students who began their programme in SoSe 2021 and were not yet on leave of absence have received two additional semesters. Students who were enrolled at university and not on leave of absence in WiSe 20/21, SoSe 2021, and WiSe 21/22 the standard programme duration for their studies has been extended three semesters. For students who were enrolled at university and not on leave of absence since summer semester 2020, the standard programme duration for their studies has been extended four semesters, accordingly.

  • For statistical purposes, however, the number of semesters (“Fachsemester”) must be increased, even if the study semesters in SoSe 20, WiSe 20/21, SoSe 21, and WiSe 21/22 are not counted, as stipulated in Art. 99 (1) BayHSchG. This stipulation will be implemented by extending the deadlines and regular schedules in accord with the Terms of the Special Regulations to the APO (in German)

  • In some cases, incorrect information is shown for individual standard programme duration in Confirmations of Enrolment. If you find this to be the case, please contact your contact person in the Student Office to correct this mistake.
  • Informationen zur Teilnahme an digitalen Prüfungen - German
    Information for students about digital examinations         - English     

  • Informationen für Studierende zu Präsenzprüfungen (Rahmenprüfungskonzept) - German
    Information for students about examinations on campus (Examination framework) - English
  • Final theses (Bachelor’s/master’s theses):
    For the summer semester 2022, emailing your final thesis in pdf format from your university email account to the first examiner, the responsible Faculty office, and in cc to studienbuero@th-nuernbergPunktde , adequately meets the requirements of the deadline . Please note that depending on the regulations stipulated in the SPO under which you studied , at least one printed copy that includes a signed, original Plagiarism Statement (“Prüfungsrechtliche Erklärung”) in the bound format must be submitted. The bound copy of your thesis should be delivered to the Student Office or to the responsible Faculty office according to the regulations for your degree programme. Please observe the requirements stipulated in § 8 D-APO.
    More information about submitting final theses is available on the Intranet pages.
    For the bachelor’s degree programme in Management in Organic and Sustainability Business at the Faculty of Business Administration, different regulations apply; please see the relevant notices from the Faculty for information.

  • Enquiries, submission of documents, requests, etc.: We kindly ask that you clarify any concerns you may have with the university, for example with the Student Office, your Faculty, or your professors, by phone or email.
  • BAföG: BAföG recipients can find information on the Federal Ministry of Education and Research website and on the Studentenwerk (Student Services) website.
  • University Library: Current information about the library’s opening hours is available directly on the Library’s website.
  • FAQs on Nuremberg Tech’s website and on the Bavarian State Ministry for Science and the Arts (in German) website
  • Canteen/cafeteria (Mensa):: Please visit the German Student Services (Studentenwerk) website for information on regulations during the coronavirus pandemic.
  • OHMcard: Student ID cards (OHMcards) will be issued by the Faculties at the beginning of the lecture period. If you have not received an OHMcard, please contact your Faculty office.
  • Students who are pregnant: Students who are pregnant may participate in on-campus activities at the university, if they wish to do so. Protective measures must be adhered to, if students who are pregnant are participating (masks, physical distancing, regular ventilation).
    Students who decide not to participate on campus are entitled to reasonable accommodations to avert or compensate for any disadvantages due to pregnancy. Risk assessments must still be prepared for each individual case, to identify and assess potential risks besides those from the coronavirus.
    Please contact HSFG to discuss the various procedures.
  • Semester ticket: Please visit the German Student Services (Studentenwerk) website for information about the semester ticket.
  • Student Office/Student Advisory Service: Contact via email is preferred.  If it is absolutely necessary to see us in person, please make an appointment in advance. You can find our contact details under this link.
  • Student loan from KfW: An interest-free loan to finance your studies is temporarily available from KfW.
  • Students in financial need: Information on bridging aid provided by the federal government is available here.

At a glance: Current information for students from the University Management

1 June 2022: Examination framework (summer semester 2022)

24 May 2022: Current Teaching framework (mask recommendation, document in German)

Archive:
25 April 2022: Continuation of the coronavirus mitigation measures

5 April 2022: Updated framework teaching concept summer semester 2022

1 April 2022: Information on changing the Corona regulations

08 March 2022: Information for the summer semester 2022

18 February 2022: Revocation of 2G rule for studying

24 November 2021: Implementation of the current infection prevention regulations at the university

22 November 2021: Preliminary information from the University Management about 2G as of 24 November 2021

5 November 2021: Information about the return to FFP2 requirement (in German)

19 October 2021: Information about the collection of contact information

4 October 2021: Wichtige Informationen zu kostenlosen Coronatests für Studierende (German)

4 October 2021: More information - free corona testing (English)

24 September 2021: Weitere Informationen zum Wintersemester 21/22

24 September 2021: More information for the winter semester 21/22 (English) 

24 September 2021: Rahmenlehrkonzept Wintersemester 21/22

24 September 2021: Teaching framework for winter semester 21/22 (English)

17 September 2021: Wichtige Informationen zum Wintersemester 21/22

17 September 2021: Important information for the winter semester 21/22 (English)

3 August 2021: Information for the winter semester 2021/22

22 June 2021: Testkonzept für Präsenzprüfungen (deutsch)

22 June 2021: Testing concept for students who are sitting examination on campus (English)

8 June 2021: Rahmenkonzept Präsenzlehre (in German)

8 June 2021: Framework for supplementary in-person lectures (English)

17 May 2021: Information for students about digital examinations (English)

17 May 2021: Information for students about examinations with physical presence (English)

7 May 2021: Self-tests for students (English)

4 January 2021: Examinations in January and February (German)

17 December 2020 “Befreiung Maskenpflicht für Prüfungsteilnehmerinnen/teilnehmer” (German)

1 December 2020: Changes to in-person instruction due to the 9th Infection Prevention Ordinance

23 November 2020: Examination framework for winter semester 2020/21

23 November 2020: Information about digital examinations in winter semester 2020/21

17 November 2020: Framework for in-person lectures and courses in winter semester 2020/21

16 October 2020: Information on the current regulations from the University Management

29 September 2020: Basic Instructions for Students

25 September 2020: Collection of contact information for students

Further important information:

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