FAQ for students on face-to-face courses, 3G verification in winter semester (as of 21.09.21).
FH Münster has issued corona-related regulations that apply to all members of the university as well as guests. The following points are listed therein:
- general regulations (including distance and hygiene rules)
- Exams in presence
- Classroom teaching and events
- Building and access for non-FA students
- University Library
- home office
- Business trips and excursions
Exams in presence
For the second exam date of the summer semester 2021, we have created an action guide. There you will find all information about room allocation, stewards services and the 3G rule.
Vaccination for students and employees
The initial vaccinations for students and employees at FH Münster have been completed.
Please note that the vaccination center in Münster will close on September 24, and the center in the district of Steinfurt will close on September 30.
If you would like to visit a vaccination center in another location, you can book vaccination appointments directly via the portal www.116117.de.
In addition, many medical practices offer vaccination appointments. You can find an overview at:
Exams, teaching and communication
Exams in presence
FAQ for students on face-to-face events
Self-tests for face-to-face events/internships/employees in presence
At FH Münster, self-tests are available for students and employees. Distribution is organized in the following order:
- Employees and students of permitted face-to-face courses
- People with many contacts on duty for 2 tests/week (e.g. library workers, janitors, etc.)
- All employees in presence also 2 tests/week (distribution and notification of demand via the AGU department by the department management or ZSE managers)
To what extent attendance events (teaching, further education, examinations, etc.) and work at the workplace are permissible can be found in the currently valid corona rules of the FH Münster.
No test procedure replaces compliance with all relevant hygiene rules, such as keeping a distance, requiring masks, ventilation, etc.
- Contact AGU
- Instruction manual for the implementation of the self-tests approved face-to-face events (pdf, 78.77 KB)
- Instructions for the implementation of the self-tests for employees in presence (in German) (pdf, 111.26 KB)
- Instructions LYHER Antigen Test Kit (pdf, 257.34 KB)
- Instructions Clinitest Antigen Test Kit (pdf, 2.09 MB)
Digital exams: Info for teachers
As an alternative to an exam in presence, the format of the open-book elaboration is particularly suitable:
You will also find a selection of other digital exam formats in our e-learning portal:
Lecture schedule: Info for teachers
For asynchronous teaching using video recordings, we recommend using the already established systems ILIAS and Panopto.
For synchronous teaching with the help of video lectures, the use of video conferencing systems is a good option.
A comprehensive overview of topics, suggestions, and ideas for designing digital courses can be found here:
Access to PC Pools from home
Access to the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure
Site plans of the outdoor teaching areas
Crisis team of the FH Münster
FH Münster has set up a crisis team. You can reach it under coronavirusfh-muensterde.
Please note, however, that it can only deal with questions about the coronavirus in our university. For general questions about COVID-19, please contact the responsible public health department of your place of residence (https://tools.rki.de/plztool/). The Robert Koch Institute has set up a page with further information at rki.de/covid-19.
Members of the crisis team:
- Prof. Dr. Ute von Lojewski, President
- Guido Brebaum, Chancellor, Chairman of the crisis team
- Ursula Drosihn-Brunnbauer, Dec. 4
- Matthias Dieler, Dec. 2
- Petra Kraus-Brauckmann, Dec. 2, AGU
- Dr. Frank Martin, Occupational Medical Service/UKM
- Katharina Kipp, Press Spokeswoman
- Prof. Dr. Joachim Gardemann, Competence Center Humanitarian Aid
- Prof. Dr. Christopher Niehues, FB 12
- Alexander Petrick, AStA
- Enya Meyer, AStA (deputy member)
Important contact points for students
- Student Counselling and Information Centre (ZSB)
- Psychological Counselling
- Financial advice for foreign students
- Study-related stay abroad: International Office
- BAFöG + KfW, Living in a hall of residence, Mensa: Studierendenwerk (in German)
- Financial emergencies, social and legal problems: social and legal advice from the AStA
- Just talk and someone to listen: Nightline Münster
- FH Familienservice: Support for students with children or relatives who need care
- Multilingual information on the coronavirus at the city of Münster