FSS specific information:

ORGANIZATION OF TEACHING IN THE AUTUMN SEMESTER 2021

TEACHING IS IN PERSON (WITH SOME EXCEPTIONS)
The teaching of all lectures and seminars will take place in person according to the schedule. Online lectures and hybrid forms of teaching will not take place. Exceptions will be made only for international students of English programmes who are unable to travel to Brno due to visa restrictions. Accommodations will be set up for these students, and teachers will communicate with students directly how the teaching will take place. Please keep in mind that these exceptions will only be in effect until 31 October as long as the pandemic situation stays as it is.

MAXIMUM COURSE CAPACITY IS 200 STUDENTS
The maximum number of students who can attend lectures is 200.

DRESSES AND RESPIRATORS
Face masks are mandatory in common areas (corridors, atrium…). During classes, if students are sitting in the classroom, they may remove face masks. However, if teachers ask for face masks to be worn, we request students wear them.

LEADERSHIP APPEARS TO VOLUNTARY TESTING OF THE UNVACCINATED
According to state regulations, students and teachers do not have to be vaccinated or tested. Nevertheless, the faculty management encourages teachers and students who are unvaccinated to be voluntarily be tested every 7 days.

DISEASE OR QUARANTINE
It is solved in the same way as in the case of any illness – if the student must miss class, they should inform the Study Department.

DISEASE
If the infection occurs in the teacher / student, this is reported to the Regional Hygiene Station (we expect clarification from MU).

RISK GROUPS
In exceptional cases alternatives to in person teaching may be granted by teachers for students who are considered to be at risk. Students can interrupt their studies. In the case of teachers, the head of the department decides on the teaching so that contact teaching takes place.

 

MUNI Information

Information for all MUNI students regarding dormitories, visas, entering the country, testing locations, etc. can be found on the Masaryk University website

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