Test and quarantine regulations in NRW

The state's testing and quarantine ordinance will expire entirely on 31 January 2023. As of 1 February 2023, the isolation requirement will thus also be lifted in NRW. Anyone with a positive test will only be prohibited from entering facilities for vulnerable persons (for example, hospitals and nursing homes) for five full days after a positive test. The state Ministry of Labour, Health and Social Affairs strongly recommends that all persons who test positive wear at least a medical mask indoors when they are not in their own homes. Only people entering the country from a virus variant region, who are not fully vaccinated, are subject to a mandatory quarantine by the federal coronavirus entry regulation. Currently, no country is classified as a virus variant region.

Corona rules at our university (as of 01 February 2023)

Here you will find all the regulations of our university.

Vaccination for students and employees

You will find numerous other vaccination offers in Münster and Steinfurt:

Testing opportunities for students and employees

In Münster: Test station at the FHZ.

The station is operated by Erlebniswelt Sport GmbH, the opening hours are:

  • Mon to Fri: 07.30 to 10.30 a.m. and 16 to 19 p.m.
  • Sat and Sun: 09 to 12 o'clock

Booking an appointment is possible at

In addition, many doctors' surgeries and pharmacies offer the opportunity to be tested.


FH Münster offers its employees one test per calendar week with regard to a direct pathogen detection of the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. For more information, please visit

Behavior in case of infection

In case of a confirmed infection, please follow the descriptions linked below:


Corona working group and Council of Experts

FH Münster has set up a Corona working group. You can reach it at coronavirusfh-muensterde.

Please note that it can only deal with questions about the coronavirus in handling at our university. For general questions about COVID-19, please contact your local health department ( The Robert Koch Institute has set up a page with further information at

Members of the working group:

  1. Vanessa Albrecht, coordinator
  2. Petra Kraus-Brauckmann, Department of Facility Management, AGU
  3. Stephan Hansen, Department of Facility Management
  4. Reinhard Tolksdorf, Department of Facility Management
  5. Benjamin Adamaschek, Human Resources Department, BGM
  6. Karsten Schäpermeier, Department of University Communications

In addition, a Council of Experts supports the Presidential Board in all matters relating to Corona:

  1. Dipl.-Kfm. Guido Brebaum, Chancellor of FH Münster
  2. Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Frank Dellmann, President of FH Münster
  3. Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Michael Bredol, CIW
  4. Dipl.-Oecotroph. Manuela Kuttenkeuler M.A., OEF
  5. Prof. Dr. med. Joachim Gardemann M.san., OEF
  6. Ass. jur. Ursula Drosihn-Brunnbauer, Personnel Department
  7. Jan Winkelkotte, AStA
  8. Dipl.-Ing. Matthias Dieler, Facility Management Department
  9. Dipl.-Ing. Petra Kraus-Brauckmann, Facility Management Department, AGU
  10. Vanessa Albrecht, Coordinator

In addition, the following are consulted on specific issues:

  • Staff councils (on employment-related issues)
  • Dr. Frank Martin, UKM (on occupational health issues)
  • Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Christopher Niehues, Münster School of Health (on material/logistics and research-related issues)

Contact person for prospective students

The Corona pandemic has impacted our university operations, application process, and general learning about our degree programs. Do you have any questions? On this page we have compiled an overview of important contacts for you.

Further links and downloads

Information for students

On the following page you will find information about the following topics:

  • Support and contact persons for your (online) studies
  • Newsletters for students

Information for employees and teachers

On the following page you will find information about the following topics:

  • FAQ on labor law issues
  • Circulars employees and lecturers

Information on Long COVID

You can find information about Long COVID at the Federal Center for Health Education:

  • General information about Long COVID
  • Information for affected persons and relatives
  • Information for employees and employers

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