COVID-19: information on educational activities
[Last updated on July 18, 2022]
In-person lectures, exams and dissertations: classrooms fully available
- Lectures for Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes and Single-cycle degree programmes will be held face-to-face;
- Lectures for PhDs, Advanced Professional Courses, Training courses and Advanced training courses may be held in person, blended mode or online;
- Exams and graduation sessions are carried out in person. For COVID-19 related reasons, additional exam dates will be scheduled;
- Professional training in the medical, dental and health professions, laboratory activities, and exercises are carried out in person;
- Curricular and extracurricular internships are carried out in person;
- Orientation and tutoring activities are carried out mainly in person;
- University libraries, reading rooms, study rooms and other facilities that provide services to students carrying out their activities in person. Total capacity: 100%
The following rules must be followed at all times:
- social distancing, 1 metre, where possible;
- face masks;
- people with respiratory symptoms or a body temperature above 37.5° cannot enter/must leave the premises;
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The Academic Senate also asked Faculties and Departments to:
- Implement all teaching materials available to their students, including recordings of lectures, in order to capitalise and enhance the investments and experience of the recent emergency phase and tangibly help working students and students with health issues.
- Encourage innovative active teaching programmes (project-based and experiential) in person, in blended mode or online and supervise the quality of the teaching provided.
To this end, Faculty Deans are encouraged to monitor the implementation of teaching materials available to students.
Please go to the course catalogue -> Attendance section of your course to read your online and in-person lectures' calendar.