Coronavirus (Covid-19): current information for members of Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences

FAQ

Overview (as of November 26, 2021)

Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences is continuing face-to-face teaching until December 18, 2021 - in accordance with the 3G rule (3G in German stands for "Geimpft - genesen - getestet" translating to "Vaccinated - recovered - tested") - as long as warning level 3 has not been reached. 

Participating in any lecture, seminar, etc. requires all partipants to have proof of

  • complete vaccination
  • recovery from COVID-19 infection during the last 6 months
  • a recent, negative PCR or antigen-test
  • Considering the entrance checks, generally all buildings of the university are open again.
  • Mask requirements inside all buildings of Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences. A minimum distance of 1.5m must be kept at all times.

In the event of last-minute changes, we will also inform you of the latest news by email. Please check your e-mail inbox regularly.

You can find the assessment of the Robert Koch Institute, the central institution of the federal government in the field of disease monitoring and prevention, of the current situation in Germany and the world here.

Current situation and general regulations of Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences

Information for students

Information for lecturers and staff

Information on how to proceed in the event of Corona (suspected) cases

Sources of information

Contact

Communication division

Phone: +49 541 969-3847
email: kommunikation@hs-osnabrueck.de