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University further lifts access restrictions on 1 July

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Published on Friday, 19 June 2020

The University of Luxembourg continues to ease COVID-19 related restrictions to facilitate a return to normal academic life.

As of 1 July, University staff returns to campus provided that the guidelines of social distancing and the safety measures can be respected. Masks must be worn at the workplace at all times and exchanged every 4 hours if social distance cannot be respected.

A certain proportion of staff will continue to work from home after 1 July.

Teaching and exams: No in-person exams are held on campus until further notice. The upcoming Winter Semester 2020/21 at the University of Luxembourg will be taught in a mixture of remote and in-person classes. More information is available online.

Visitors: Visits by external parties are permitted again, provided the safety and distancing measures are respected. Names 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, e-mail, teleconferencing and similar means are preferred.

Social events: No social events, gatherings or receptions are permitted in July and August 2020 in University buildings.

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

  • SEVE: seve.admission@uni.lu / seve.logement@uni.lu / seve.mobility@uni.lu / incoming@uni.lu
    SEVE Housing and Admissions is accessible for in-person meetings by appointment only. There will be no access to the waiting area.
  • Office of Doctoral Studies: phdstudies@uni.lu
  • The Luxembourg Learning Centre: The LLC will be open to the public again as of 1 July. Users can access the building including the lounge and the chill-out-zone, the collections, the copy corner, and the infrastructure autonomously provided the safety measures are observed. A total of 200 individual workspaces will be available. Collaborative workspaces and teamwork rooms remain closed. The LLC is open Monday through Friday from 8.00 to 17.00. More information the website of the LLC.
  • Career Centre: Student counseling continues. However, we kindly ask all students to address their requests via email (careercentre@uni.lu) if possible.
  • Competence Centre: The Competence Centre’s onsite teaching activities are suspended. Some courses have switched to remote teaching. The Centre is in contact with all parties concerned and remains the point of contact.
  • Canteens and restaurants: All information is available in the FAQ Facilities and Services.

These guidelines apply from Wednesday, 1 July until Friday 28 August 2020. The guidelines may be modified if required by the evolution of the pandemic