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Current information for students on the effects of the coronavirus (Department of Mathematics - Status 01.02.2021)

The university management has decided that written examinations can be organized on campus during the examination period of winter semester 2020/21. This requires that strict hygiene and safety regulations must be observed in accordance with the current guidelines to ensure research, teaching and administration at TU Kaiserslautern during the corona pandemic. In particular, the examinations will take place in specially equipped examination rooms (with a further reduction of the number of places compared to the regulations in summer semester 2020).

ATTENTION: in all written examinations from 01.02.2021 the wearing of a medical mask (= OP mask, a MNB is no longer sufficient!) is mandatory, not only on the way to the examination site, but also during the examination.

An exemption from the mask obligation is possible and has to be proven by a medical certificate. This certificate must at least clearly state the basis on which the medical diagnosis was made and the reasons why wearing a mask would be an unreasonable burden in the specific case. Students who are exempt from the mask requirement must submit the corresponding certificate to the responsible working group of the Department for Examination Affairs resp. the Examination Office Mathematics (in case of students of the B.Sc./M.Sc. programmes of the Department of Mathematics) in due time before the examination.

Deadlines (for submitting a certification to prove exemption from the mask obligation):
The submission of such a certificate (exemption) for examinations up to calendar week 7 should be made immediately.
For examinations from calendar week 7, the proof must be submitted by 09.02.2021.

Please note that in all written examinations, contacts are recorded via the Intake web app in order to ensure the best possible tracking of contacts. Therefore, please bring the QR code created in advance in the app with your contact data to the examinations (if possible, also in printed form).

 

As you all know, we currently have to act very carefully in order to keep the spread of the corona virus under control!

Therefore, please pay attention to the daily updated information on TUK's Corona website and the rules of conduct for entering the campus provided there. Also, be prepared for the fact that the temperature in the examination rooms may be lower than usual due to the need for ventilation (and bring appropriate clothing to the examination).

If you have symptoms of a cold or fever on the day of the exam, or if you have been ordered by your health authority to be quarantined at home, you will not be allowed to take the exam. If you are entering Germany from a risk area or have been in a risk area in the 14 days prior to entry, please check the current entry requirements under corona conditions.

Please take this into account when planning your activities in the run-up to the examination dates!

Should you find yourself unable to attend an upcoming written exam at short notice, the option of a special withdrawal due to Corona is offered. Please contact the examination office which is responsible for the administration of exams in your study programme.

Closer information on this option as well as further information on exams under corona pandemic conditions can be found on the HA 4 website:

https://www.uni-kl.de/en/studium/im-studium/informationen-zu-corona/praesenzstudium-aktuelle-info-zu-corona/

According to the present information, it can be assumed that we will be allowed to offer oral examinations in the examination period of the winter semester 2020/21, of course only under appropriate hygiene and safety conditions. As in the examination period of the summer semester 2020, the examinations will only be held in specially equipped seminar rooms (with appropriate hygiene equipment and cleaning). After completing the booking/allocation of the rooms, the offered examination days of the lecturers will be published by Wednesday, 20.01.2021 at the latest - in particular, they will be visible in the examination administration system (PVS) of the Department of Mathematics by then.

Information on how to make appointments for oral examinations and the persons to contact can be found on the following information sheet:

Registration for Oral Exams in the Department of Mathematics - Procedure / Contact Details for Winter Semester 2020/21

As you all know, we currently have to act very carefully in order to keep the spread of the corona virus under control!

Therefore, please pay attention to the daily updated information on TUK's Corona website and the rules of conduct for entering the campus provided there. Also, be prepared for the fact that the temperature in the examination rooms may be lower than usual due to the need for ventilation (and bring appropriate clothing to the examination).

If you have symptoms of a cold or fever on the day of the exam, or if you have been ordered by your health authority to be quarantined at home, you will not be allowed to take the exam. If you are entering Germany from a risk area or have been in a risk area in the 14 days prior to entry, please check the current entry requirements under corona conditions.

Please take this into account when planning your activities in the run-up to the examination dates!

If you are uncertain about the regulations to be observed or have health concerns (for yourself and/or others) regarding your participation in the examination, please contact the Examination Office Mathematics (by telephone or e-mail).

Public access is still largely restricted. If you have any questions about the study programme, please contact the persons in charge by e-mail.

If you have any questions regarding examination regulations, please contact the Examinations Office Mathematics (Mail: dekanat(at)mathematik.uni-kl.de).

Agreements for on-site appointments are only possible in particularly justified individual cases.

We offer an (continuously updated) overview of the course programme on our Information Page on Teaching in WS 2020/21.

We offer an (continuously updated) overview of the course programme on our Information Page on Teaching in SS 2021.

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