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University: What’s open, what’s closed?

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Published on Friday, 11 September 2020

University services and administration: University staff is working on campus provided that the guidelines of social distancing and safety measures can be respected. A certain proportion of staff continues to work remotely. Visitors are invited to make sure that their contact person is present.

Teaching: The Winter Semester 2020/21 at the University of Luxembourg will be taught in a hybrid mode of remote and in-person classes. More information.

Visitors: Visitors must respect the safety and distancing measures. Identities of visitors as well as visiting times and visited entities must be documented at the receptions in case visitors need to be contacted if an infection tracing becomes necessary. To protect the health and safety of all parties involved, contacts via telephone, email, teleconferencing and similar means are preferred.

Masks must be worn in all University buildings and social distancing must be observed.

Student services are available as follows. It is recommended to prioritise contact by email.

  • SEVE: The opening hours of the SEVE are Monday to Friday 09.00 - 12.00 & 13.00 - 17.00. To limit personal traffic on the premises, please address your questions via email to: seve.admission@uni.lu / seve.logement@uni.lu / seve.mobility@uni.lu / incoming@uni.lu.
    For in-person appointments for the services admissions/enrollment, accommodation and mobility, please make an appointment via the Affluence app. Due to COVID-19 sanitary rules, guests will not be able to access the offices on the 5th floor without an appointment. More information about how to schedule appointments via the app.
  • Campus Sports, Art & Well-being: Campus Life classes will be offered remotely this term. As developments may still happen, information and updates on the current programmes can be found on the website
  • Office of Doctoral Studies: For in-person appointments, please schedule an appointment via the Affluences app. Questions may also be submitted via email to phdstudies@uni.lu
  • The Luxembourg Learning Centre:  As of 7 September 2020, the Luxembourg Learning Centre is open again to all users from Monday to Friday from 08.00 to 22.00 and on Saturdays from 08.00 to 17.00.
    For safety and health reasons, the group workspaces remain closed. The wearing of a mask is compulsory at all times except when seated at a workplace. Users are asked to disinfect their hands prior to touching books or shelves. Furniture and workspaces have been adapted to allow a safe distance between users. Therefore, furniture may not be moved.
    News students and users who want to register for the first time need to make an appointment via the Affluence app. More information on the LLC webpage.
  • Career Centre: Student counseling continues. However, we kindly ask all students to address their requests via email if possible. Workshops will be taught on site or remotely.
  • Entrepreneurship Programme and the University of Luxembourg Incubator: Advice on business ideas is offered in person but also by e-mail. Workshops and events will be organised as a hybrid model or entirely remotely in the form of webinars, etc. More information can be found on the webpage.
  • Competence Centre: Trainings at the Competence Centre will be taught in hybrid mode. Some courses will be taught in-class, others remotely.
  • Confucius Institute: The Confucius Institute will offer in-person classes for small groups.
  • Espace Cultures: espace cultures moments will be offered in a hybrid mode this term. As developments may still happen, information and updates on the current programmes can be found on the website respectively in the weekly culture flash. 
  • Canteens and restaurants: The full restaurant offer is available again in all restaurants. 
    In order to comply with the current health regulations, the following measures have been implemented: the wearing of a mask is compulsory at all times except when seated at a table. At the entrance of the restaurant, trolleys with pre-prepared trays should be used. The number of prepared trays per service corresponds to the number of places available in the restaurant. In case no more trays are available, guests can still purchase take-away meals. More information in the FAQ Facilities and Services.
    The University restaurants reopen as follows:
    • As of 1 September: 
      Food House and Food Zone (Belval Campus)
      Brasserie John’s and Altius (Kirchberg Campus)
    • As of 14 September: 
      Food Café (Belval Campus) 
      Um Weier (Limperstberg Campus)
    • As of 5 October:
      Food Lab (Belval Campus)