Current info concerning the situation at the Faculty of Arts in terms of COVID-19 measures
Last update May 2nd, 2021
The faculty currently has a yellow light rating
- Measures taken at MU follows measures taken by the government. Please see current regulaitons on the COVID Portal.
- The public is prohibited from entering MU buildings.
- FFP2/KN95 respirators must be worn in MU buildings in keeping with current government regulations.
- Courses are taught remotely in keeping with current government measures. Each faculty determines how courses are taught. Students are permitted to meet one-on-one with their teachers or other staff for consultation or advisory services without having to get tested. Practical, clinical, laboratory, experimental, and art classes are permitted. The maximum class size is 25 (including instructors). Students must get tested in line with the currently valid government measures.
- Students may do internships at organizations outside of MU in keeping with current government measures.
- In-person examinations (and other forms of completing courses) are permitted. Ten people at most may be present. Students must get tested in line with current government measures.
- Computer labs and study rooms are closed.
- Libraries are closed to the public. MU recommends libraries lend materials remotely. In-person lending services are possible, but all decisions about library access are made by individual faculties in keeping with current legislation.
- Academic ceremonies can be held only in exceptional cases and must be in keeping with current government measures.
- MU recommends employees work from home, or, if they do work in their offices, to ensure that only one person is in one office at a time; testing is mandatory.
- The number of people present at one time in research laboratories is limited based on valid legislation.
- Business trips abroad are permitted but must follow current regulations. They must also be assessed and approved by the employee’s direct supervisor.