HSBA in Times of Corona
What regulations currently apply to universities in Hamburg? Are there still face-to-face courses taking place and what can I do if I would rather attend courses from home? You will find answers to these and other questions on how HSBA is dealing with the coronavirus on this page.
Due to the dynamic developments, further decisions and measures are possible. Therefore, please check the updates on this website regularly and follow the communication in the teams channels.
+++ Selected courses are once again offered as face-to-face or hybrid courses +++ A negative rapid test and registration via the Luca app is a prerequisite for face-to-face courses (3G + mask)+++ Medical masks are compulsory in all HSBA rooms, even during courses +++ A negative rapid test is not a prerequisite for taking exams, but can be taken free of charge at the new Rapid Test Centre Mitte, directly on the HSBA campus: https://schnelltest-hamburg.de/schnelltest-buchen +++
Since the end of July, selected courses have been held in person again. However, the majority of the teaching will continue to take place online. All face-to-face courses are also transmitted via teams so that students can decide for themselves whether they want to be on site or take part in the courses online. The following applies to face-to-face events (3G + mask):
HSBA has developed a hygiene concept based on the framework hygiene concept for Hamburg's universities, which bundles all measures. The entire campus may only be entered with a medical mask such as an OP mask or a mask of the type FFP2. In addition, everyone has to ensure that the minimum distance to other people is at least 1.5 m. Disinfectants are provided in the entrance area and in all seminar rooms. All rooms and rest rooms are cleaned and ventilated several times a day. Persons with acute respiratory diseases are not allowed to enter HSBA. Posters within the building explicitly point out the rules of distance and hygiene.
A negative rapid test is a prerequisite for participation in all seminars and courses on site as well as for using the library. This does not apply to exams or entering HSBAs campus, but is strongly recommended. All students have the opportunity to be tested free of charge at the rapid test centre on the HSBA campus at Willy-Brandt-Straße 75. Even if the result is negative, all existing hygiene measures for entering the building apply (AHAL formula). You can book an appointment here: https://schnelltest-hamburg.de/schnelltest-buchen
If possible, examinations are held in person. Students have the option of cancelling individual or all examinations before the start of the examinations by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. During the examinations, masks are compulsory - even when sitting at the seat while writing the examinations. Oral examinations and other examinations can also be taken online.
The contact details of all persons staying on campus have to be recorded (e.g. via participant lists, Luca app or time recording). Unauthorised third parties cannot gain knowledge of the contact data and data protection is guaranteed at any time.
As soon as the university is informed of an infection, the contact persons are determined in close cooperation with the public health department. The university immediately informs all those affected via all available channels and reacts with appropriate measures (e.g. immediate switch from presence to online lectures) so that potential chains of infection can be stopped.
The HSBA building is currently closed to the public. The Service Office is staffed daily and can be reached by phone Monday - Thursday, 7:45 am - 4:30 pm, and Friday, 7:45 am - 3:00 pm, at 040 822160-910. If you have individual issues that require you to enter the building, please contact us in advance.
The HSBA building is currently closed to the public. In principle, you can reach the Examination Management by telephone or e-mail and it is staffed daily. If you have individual issues that require you to enter the building, please contact us in advance email@example.com.
Semesters abroad and excursions are generally possible but only in close consultation between HSBA and the students and in consideration of the current situation and the applicable regulations.
The EK Automation Library, dependance of the Commerzbibliothek at Willy-Brandt Straße 75, is open for self study again (Mon- Fri 8.00 am - 9.00 pm) on a limited basis. Via an app ("Lernflächen"), which is available on teams, students can book a study desk in advance. A current negative test result (max. 24 hours old) must be presented at the Service Office on the 7th floor before entering the library. Current hygiene regulations apply: Keeping your distance and wearing a medical mask (also at your desk) are mandatory (3G + mask).
Please check the current opening hours of the Library of Commerce (Commerzbibliothek) at Adolphsplatz 1 here.
Unfortunately, the Peter Möhrle Lounge cannot be used as a recreational area because it is currently used for courses due to its size.
The EK Automation Library on Campus is open again for self study. For more information pelase see above. All other common rooms and study desks are currently closed until further notice to avoid mixing studygroups and years.
Please do not come to HSBA under any circumstances but contact our Service Office directly by telephone or e-mail (040 822160-910, firstname.lastname@example.org).
In this case, you do not need to participate in events on site. Please contact our Programme Management (Bachelor: Volker Rossius, Master: Katrin Schramm)