University teaching continues to be provided. Since 16 March, the university has transferred both its internal processes and the entire teaching operations to digital, interactive platforms and created new, innovative teaching formats. With this, we are equipped to deal with all scenarios and will do everything that is possible, but at the same time sensible and feasible, according to the regulations laid down by the legislator.
Since 15 May, examinations have once again been conducted on-site, in compliance with RKI standards. The EBS Executive School also offers some on-site further education courses. Of course, all in strict compliance with physical distancing and hygiene policies. It is our wish to return to classroom teaching as quickly and comprehensively as possible - once the current health risk has been eliminated and under strict hygiene precautions for students, lecturers, and staff.
In the winter semester, we will be introducing a hybrid study model (a combination of attendance days and online lessons) that can be flexibly adapted to the given situation. All classroom lectures will be transmitted live and digitally, meaning that students can attend in any case. Lectures by external lecturers will be held in interactive zoom sessions as a standard feature.
Of course, our students’ health and well-being are particularly important to us. When developing our teaching concepts, we naturally consider the safety regulations for universities as well as the various needs of our students, e.g. visa issues for students from abroad or those belonging to risk groups.