AMU anti-COVID teaching protocols during winter semester of 2021/2022

AMU anti-COVID teaching protocols during winter semester of 2021/2022

On August 20, 2021 professor Bogumiła Kaniewska, Rector of Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań signed the Ordinance no. 139/2020/2021, regarding the anti-COVID protocols at the University during winter semester of 2021/2022 academic year.

Hybrid (blended) learning are intended for students of BA, MA, and long-cycle (5-or-6-year long) Master degree programmes.

Practical and project-based classes, seminars, and tutorials, as well as lectures in groups not exceeding the maximum of 30 students will be held in form of campus-based, traditional learning. In justified cases, if technical infrastructure and facilities provided by a given Faculty so permits, and upon a Dean’s request, the Vice-Rector responsible for teaching can give his/her consent to increase classroom occupancy.

Students and teachers must be free from the upper respiratory tract infection symptoms (such as fever, cough, muscle pain) to be allowed to participate in on-campus classes.

AMU Deans are expected to offer a single particular method of teaching, if possible within a given daily teaching timetable. 

Classes for doctoral free-movers, PhD students at doctoral schools, post-graduate students, course participants as well as  Open University attendees will be held in a traditional, on-campus form.

Upon a request course supervisors and university authorities can consent to conducting classes remotely by means of distance-teaching methods and techniques- if such possibility exists in the curriculum.

All the actions are undertaken within the provisions of law, including the recommendations and guidelines from the National Sanitary and Epidemiological Station, the Ministry of Education and Science, and the Ministry of Health.

Read the AMU Fall 2021 Ordinance

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