What is a risk region?
The Robert Koch Institute identifies international risk areas where there is an increased risk of infection with SARS-CoV-2. Here you find more information by the Robert Koch Institute.
Quarantine, testing, and notification requirements apply to entrants who have been in a foreign risk area within the ten days prior to entry. More information from the Federal Ministry of Health can be found here.
The HMKW locations are open to the public again. Please note the distance rules and that it is required to wear a mask.
The winter semester starts on October 01, 2021. This applies to all 3 locations: Berlin, Cologne and Frankfurt/M. The official start of lectures is on October 05, 2021. Teaching is expected to take place via three forms of learning (online and hybrid events and, if possible, presence).
A large number of the examinations will not take place in presence and, if necessary, will be replaced by alternative forms of examination. All post-exams are expected to be postponed indefinitely. As soon as we have binding information on this, we will keep you updated here.
All Bachelor/Master colloquia and other oral exams that should not be postponed for compelling reasons will be conducted in online form (via Skype, Zoom, etc.).
The Academic Senate had decided that during the lockdown all final theses (i.e. Bachelor's or Master's theses) had to be submitted electronically only. This regulation was limited to the time of the lockdown, i.e. is no longer valid. From now on, please also hand in 3 bound copies of your bachelor or master thesis again.
The library as well as PC pools and workrooms have been open since June 4, 2021. In addition, our online resources (EBSCO and statista), with the exception of the Wiley Online Library, will of course continue to be available to you from home. You can visit the library again - without making an appointment in advance. You can find the library's opening hours on your Trainex home page.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, restrictions are in place for entry into Germany from many countries. Persons entering Germany from risk areas or by air must complete a digital entry registration, undergo mandatory testing or provide proof of immunity, and comply with quarantine regulations.
In principle, entry is possible from:
For more information please check the website of the Federal Foreign Office.
The Robert Koch Institute identifies international risk areas where there is an increased risk of infection with SARS-CoV-2. Quarantine, testing, and notification requirements apply to entrants who have been in a foreign risk area within the ten days prior to entry. More information from the Federal Ministry of Health can be found here. Here you find more information by the Robert Koch Institute.
As with influenza and other respiratory diseases, adherence to coughing and sneezing rules, good hand hygiene, and keeping a distance from infected persons (about 1 to 2 meters) as well as wearing an FFP2 mask protect against transmission of the novel coronavirus. Handshaking should also be avoided. In general, people who have respiratory symptoms, i.e. signs of illness in the respiratory tract, should stay at home if possible.
In the washrooms and in the corridors disinfectant dispensers are available. Moreover, our cleaning staff is instructed to disinfect daily and regularly door handles, toilets, surfaces etc.
An infection with coronavirus can lead to symptoms like fever and cough. Other symptoms such as a cold, shortness of breath, muscle and joint pains, a sore throat and headache were recorded as well. Some ill persons suffer from nausea or diarrhea.
The course of disease can be vary considerably according to individuals. Especially, elder persons (from 50 or 60 years of age) or persons mit underlying medical conditions have a higher risk to become ill.
In case of any symptoms please stay at home and consult a doctor via telephone. Inform us about your illness promptly but please don't visit us in person.