COVID-19 Update (16.10.2020):

Change of Teaching

The University of Salzburg executive board is forced to react to the dramatic development of the Corona situation in the federal state of Salzburg with a restriction of classroom teaching.

This means that as of Monday, October 19, 2020, all courses that have so far been taught in a classroom will have to be converted to distance learning.  

Exceptions:

  • Laboratory and practical sports exercises can take place in coordination with course leaders
  • Work on Master and Bachelor theses will continue as normal
  • Library: Reading halls and media loaning services will remain open until further notice
  • Most of the International Office staff members continue working at their workplace.
  • The International Relations Department will stay closed.
  • Coming in is possible only in very urgent cases and by prior appointment with your programme coordinator!
  • We are planning to organize consultation-hours online via WEBEX. 
  • You can contact us by email or phone.

Further updates will be published on the University of Salzburg and office website.

We ask for your understanding and support. 

Students and staff planning travels to Salzburg/Austria or from Salzburg to other countries should stay aware of the latest information on the COVID-19 outbreak and may behave as recommended by national, local authorities. 

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.   

More information:

If you have recently been travelling or are concerned, you may have symptoms, please stay at home and avoid contact with others.

Please call 1450 or use this link to guide you on next steps: www.sozialministerium.at/en.html

Please stay informed on the measures put in place by the Austrian authorities to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. These might change due to the development of the current situation! Therefore, check the COVID-19 info news channels regularly: https://www.oesterreich.gv.at/

Information with regard to future exchange activities:

Applications/Nominations of mobilities to the University of Salzburg during the next academic year a will be accepted - with regard to current COVID-19 measures.

The University of Salzburg Executive Board is considering implementing a mixture of on-site and distance learning. Details about how the courses will be held can be found in the course catalogue of the relevant departments: https://online.uni-salzburg.at/plus_online/webnav.ini


Please take the recommendations issued by the University of Salzburg Board into account and keep yourself informed by checking the homepage/emails regularly.

Orientation Week for Erasmus and Exchange Students

Preparation

Information regarding semester dates and courses is available here:

Between Admission and Arrival in Salzburg

After receipt of your admission letter you should:

After Arrival in Salzburg

After your arrival in Salzburg, you should move into your temporary or permanent housing. Next, you should come to the International Relations Office. To finalize the registration process you'll need the admission letter, an Incoming Status Form (issued by the International Office in Salzburg) and your passport.

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