We are closely monitoring the ongoing Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) pandemic. As the situation continues to change, our top priority remains the health, safety, and well-being of our 5000+ students and staff members, on and off campus.
We will continue to update this page regularly to keep you informed about the situation at TH Lübeck.
This section contains general information about the situation at TH Lübeck as well as specific information for civil servants, employees and students.
UPDATE from 19.11.2020: During the Winter Semester 2020/21 there will be no classroom/ face-to-face courses with more than 40 participants. You can find the Corona regulations concerning universities Here
1. Teaching and Learning at TH Lübeck during the Corona Crisis
- Library (as of October 31st, 2020)
- Digital Teaching (as of November 3rd, 2020)
In the Winter Semester of 2020/2021, digital courses will have priority. Only examinations, practical courses and courses for first-semester students may be held in attendance, provided the regulations of the Hygiene and Safety Plan are met.
Generally, the following framework applies to digital teaching:
If courses are held online, "live" elements may only be recorded if all participants agree. This should be checked at the beginning of a lecture (that involves discussion). There is no such thing as a "right" to record. However, it is recommended to do so. Lecturers can decide if they make such recordings generally available in the Lernraum (not elsewhere) or only in exceptional cases, for example if a student falls ill.
In general, online courses can not be compulsory for students. However, with internships and seminars the situation is different. If the internship or seminar takes place digitally, but "live" at the time scheduled in the timetable, the participants are obliged to attend (digitally). Appropriate consideration must be allowed for technical (connection) problems and corona-related difficulties.
If, for example, only part of a lab internship can be offered digitally, it is possible to offer only this part in the summer semester and to do the rest in the coming semester. Both parts will then be counted as one course (e.g. for exams).
In the summer semester of 2020, theses may be submitted in digital form. The printed form must then be submitted at a later date. The colloquium can only take place after the written version has been submitted.
The "Corona Statutes" form the framework for teaching and exams in the summer semester of 2020. The Vice-President for Studies and Teaching will answer general questions on this subject; specific questions should be addressed to the respective Chair of the Examination Committee of your department.
Information on the subject of examinations can be found in a separate section on this page.
- Null-Semester (as of August 31st, 2020)
A change in legislation allows the Summer Semester of 2020 to be considered as a so-called "Null-Semester".
This affects regulations concerning the regular time of study, i.e. it doesn't count as a regular semester for the BAföG calculation or for the exam deadlines. This allows universities and BAföG offices to react quickly and unbureaucratically and help the students.
Examinations taken in the summer semester are not affected.
For further information please refer to the release of the Ministry of Education
- Reporting Corona (as of October 22nd, 2020)
If you test positive for Covid-19, it's incredibly important to minimize your movement and exposure to others. We ask our students to please contact us immediately at corona-meldung(at)th-luebeck.de. Employees should continue to contact Human Resources.
Please also provide us with information about all on-site courses you have attended. The Public Health Department must be informed prior to the university.
- Exams at TH Lübeck (as of November 5th, 2020)
Do scheduled exams take place?
On-site exams are possible and take place in accordance with the Hygiene and Protection Plan. For some exams other exam types hold which deviate from the usual exam types defined in the examination regulations. The Corona regulations allow this kind of change. For further details students have to check the information provided by their respective department. The way the examinations are conducted are only changed if there are Corona-related reasons for doing so and as long as suitable alternatives are available. The departments draw up an examination schedule and notify Technical Services about the examination dates to ensure ventilation, cleaning, etc. Interim cleaning between two candidates is the responsibility of the departments.
Viewing the exam on-site is not prohibited, but should be postponed if possible.
- Academic Calendar (as of November 17th, 2020)
- Lecture period of the Winter Semester 2020/21 for 2nd semester students and higher (first week may include exams)
02.11.2020 - 12.02.2021:
- Lecture period of the Winter Semester 2020/21 for 1st semester students
21.12.2020 - 01.01.2021:
- Recess (Christmas holidays)
06.02.2021 - 16.02.2021:
- Examination Period - end of Winter Semester
At the beginning of the coming Summer Semester, we will move the examination period back to the week after Easter. This is because otherwise the time between the exams at the end of WS 20/21 and the beginning of the SS 21 would be too short for students who failed their exams in February to study and re-register.
In agreement with the student bodies and departments, the schedule is as follows:
- 15.03.2021: Start (of lecture period) of the Summer Semester 2021 (Attention, up to now this was the examination period)
- 06.04.2021 - 14.04.2021: Examination period at the beginning of the Summer Semester (Easter Tuesday to Wednesday of the following week)
- 02.07.2021: End of the lecture period of the Summer Semester 2021 (unchanged)
- 03.07.2021 - 13.07.2021 Examination period at the end of the Summer Semester 2021
Your department will inform you about the registration periods for the examinations in April. March 8th to 24th 2021 is still scheduled, but not yet fixed.
- Small-Group Work (as of November 2nd, 2020)
Limit your stay at the university to the absolute minimum. Students must leave the lecture rooms, buildings and grounds as soon as possible after the end of their courses; employees must leave directly after work.
Communication zones may only be used for short stays and under your own responsibility.
Please keep a personal contact list, wear everyday masks and ensure that you keep your distance to each other, ventilate regularly and observe the hygiene rules.
- Students from High Incidence/Risk Areas (October 27th, 2020)
Students from domestic high incidence areas may enter our university. People from foreign high-risk areas are subject to a 14-day ban on entering the campus (details under the keyword "Access Ban").
Since the situation is developing dynamically, one should, however, check here daily whether the regulation still applies.
- Cohorts (as of October 31st, 2020)
By forming cohorts we are able to offer more teaching in attendance. You can only be part of one cohort at a time, not several cohorts. Whether you are in a cohort will be communicated to you by the head of your course. The maximum number of people per cohort is limited to 40 as of November 2nd.
- Members of the same cohort may suspend the minimum distance regulation (and only with members of the same cohort).
- You must wear a mask
- Outside of class, all rules including minimum distance and the mask requirement apply to members of cohorts as well.
- All other hygiene rules apply as well: Before entering the seminar room, hands must be washed. If you experience any signs of illness, please stay at home!
- There is no compulsory attendance during regular events. Please clarify possible exceptions (e.g. presentations of seminar papers, etc.) with your instructors.
- Specific regulations will be issued by your instructors.
- If one person from a cohort gets infected with Corona, the entire cohort must go into quarantine. This means that each and every one of you is responsible for observing the hygiene rules not only for yourself but also for your fellow students - on campus as well as in your private life!
- If there are problems with the implementation of the Corona regulations, please contact the Clearingstelle of your department. Contact details and all further information can be found at www.th-luebeck.de/coronainfo.
- Contact Tracing (as of October 22nd, 2020)
For each course the contact details of all participants will be recorded. Ideally, you provide both your e-mail address and telephone number. At least one of those is required. In addition, we ask that you enter your contact information in your profile in the Lernraum under "Optional Entries" so that we can reach you in case of an emergency/ for contact tracing. Please check your e-mail accounts regularly!
- Transition from Bachelor to Master (as of July 10th, 2020)
In accordance with the "Corona Act", the requirements for enrolling in a Master's program at TH Lübeck for the Winter Semester 2020/21 are as follows :
A total of 50 ECTS from the preliminary studies may be missing on 20.8.2020 and 30 ECTS on the 30.9.2020. These must be provided by 28.2.2021.
For clarification: it is assumed that 30 ECTS are still missing from the current semester and subsequently from further open examinations (or outstanding results of projects, exams, etc.). 20 ECTS are used as an estimate for this. This means that 50 ECTS less are expected at the application deadline on 20.08.2020 than usually necessary.
By 30.09.20 it can be assumed that at least the results from the repeat exams of the previous semesters will be available and that only 30 ECTS from the current semester will remain open.
- Classroom Teaching (as of November 19th, 2020)
The cabinet of the state of Schleswig-Holstein has passed an emergency bill concerning the Corona regulations for universities. They will be in effect from Monday, 02.11.2020, until presumably 29.11.2020.
The most important regulations as of Monday 02.11.2020: Only examinations, practical courses and courses for first-year students may be held in attendance. All other courses must be converted to digital formats. Cohorts are still permitted in practical courses and courses for first-year students, but with an upper limit of 40 students and with a mask mandate. The mask mandate is expanded and also applies in front of the university buildings.
Extract from the new Corona regulation regarding universities (Hochschulen-Coronaverordnung):
1 General principles for teaching
- Practical courses (e.g. internships, labs, drafts)
- Courses for first-semester students (Concretization 05.11.: The regulation refers to the courses that are planned for the 1st semester, not to the people taking the course. It is therefore possible, that students of a higher semester may attend a course together with first-semester students.)
During the approved courses (i.e. examinations, practical courses and courses for first-semester students) the distance of 1.5m must be maintained and a mouth-and-nose cover must be worn. Exceptions are:
- Cohorts. The following applies here: (1) a maximum number of up to 40 students, (2) masks must be worn during the course (3) the distance can only be reduced during the course (4) students may only belong to one cohort at a time
- Teachers may only take off the mouth-nose-covering during a course if a distance of 1.5m can be maintained.
2 Distance regulation and mouth-nose cover
- A minimum distance of 1.5 m must be maintained to other people on the university grounds
- A mouth-and-nose cover must be worn in the entrance areas in front of the university buildings
- A mouth-nose cover must be worn in the buildings of the university. Exceptions are
- Employees of the university at their workplace, as long as there is no public access
- Employees of the university at a workplace that is open to the public, but the 1.5 m distance can be maintained or physical barriers are present
There are also restrictions concerning libraries.
TH Lübeck has decided that there will be no classroom/ face-to-face courses with more than 40 participants during the Winter Semester of 2020/21
The lecturers inform their students as to how far the individual courses can take place.
Generally, any changes to study and teaching due to the pandemic are regulated in the "Corona Statutes".
2. TH Lübeck as Employer during the Corona Crisis
- Home Office Regulation (as of November 4th, 2020)
Our primary goal when deciding where to work ( home office or on-site) is contact containment and risk minimization. Whereever possible in organizational terms, people should work from home, but we do not have a universal home office regulation.
According to the standards set by the Hygiene and Protection Plan it is still possible to work at the university, but our available space is a limiting factor. The executives are responsible for the organization and adaptation of work processes. Do not decide on your own authority to carry out your work from home or on-site, please consult your superior!
We recommend that all commuters from high incidence areas do their work from home if possible (in consultation with their superiors). This applies primarily to employees who are not involved in teaching.
- Home office regulations are granted automatically, without application or contract.
- The flexitime arrangement has been amended to allow work on Saturdays and Sundays from 6am to 11pm
- There is no need to keep telework records for the above mentioned time period.
- If you are unfit for work, report as usual to firstname.lastname@example.org by 9 a.m.
- The AU certificate must be submitted accordingly (by e-mail)
The Staff Council has compiled some advice for the home office and published it on the intranet.
- Special Regulations for Risk Groups (as of September 23rd, 2020)
A medical certificate is required to prove that the employee belongs to a risk group (employees and university lecturers):
- previous illnesses must be certified by the family doctor or attending specialist.
- the certificate must be presented to the in-house physician and serves as a basis for checking whether it is necessary to draw up an individual action plan based on the risk assessment
You can reach our company physician, Dr. Egler, during telephone consultation hours on Tuesdays from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and on Fridays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Tel. No.: 0451 - 70 74 96 30. University lecturers must send these certificates to their respective dean, all other employees to Human Resources (Mrs. Hartkopf).
In consultation with your superior, a low-contact working environment on-site will then be created for you (e.g. work alone in an individual office, change of work processes, no public traffic, switch from personal contact to e-mail and telephone, utilize the full extent of the flexitime framework) or you will work from home.
The design of a low-contact working environment for university lecturers is the responsibility of the departments.
- Recruitment and Appointment Procedures (as of November5th, 2020)
Recruitment interviews will take place digitally until further notice. Appointment procedures can be carried out on-site upon request.
The necessity of contact containment must be observed.
- Corona Tests (as of August 17th, 2020)
TH Lübeck may cover costs for Corona tests if they become necessary in the course of a business trip (e.g. concerning internationalization or if a region has been declared as a risk area during a business trip).
- Operating instructions and Forms Concerning the Corona-Situation (as of October 31st, 2020)
Operating instructions and forms for the Corona-situation can be found on the Intranet.
The Hygiene and Protection Plan and the General Framework of Employment will be revised after the Cabinet's decision of 31.10. and made available in an updated form as soon as possible.
- Business Trips (as of November 4th, 2020)
Business trips are postponed until further notice.
- Documentation of Contacts (as of October 15th, 2020)
Employees of the university are required to document work-related contacts, e.g. in meetings, in order to allow contact tracing in case of an illness/ infection with Corona. A contact list must be kept and saved for a period of 4 weeks.
- Childcare (as of June 26th, 2020)
The current procedure regarding childcare and home office (with the lodgment of working hours) may not be continued by us with the beginning of the holiday period, nor may it be reintroduced afterwards. The home office regulations with time recording apply.
- Reporting an Infection with Corona (as of September 14th, 2020)
If you have been diagnosed with Covid-19, please report this to the university.
Please also provide us with a complete list of courses they have attended. The Public Health Department must be informed prior to the university.
- Travel Returnees (as of September 29th, 2020)
There is a 14-day access ban for all travel returnees from risk areas as defined by the Robert Koch Institute. In addition to the risk areas abroad, Schleswig-Holstein has now defined risk areas within Germany. If you are not already on sick leave, please discuss the possibility/ feasibility of teleworking with your superior.
The 14-day access ban to the campus applies to travelers from these areas as well as to travel returnees from risk areas abroad. The quarantine can be shortened by a negative Corona test 5 days after arrival in Schleswig-Holstein.
For further information on current risk areas: Risikogebiete
Private travel abroad is subject to the risk of an untimely return / access ban to the university. Members of the university are called upon to minimize this risk.
The regulations for entering Schleswig-Holstein as well as other current decrees can be found on the website of the State Government of Schleswig-Holstein.
- Guidelines for Day-to-Day Work (as of October 31st, 2020)
What measures can I take in day-to-day work?
- If possible, postpone unnecessary events/ courses
- Please try to conduct your appointments via telephone or videoconference, if possible.
- Follow the hygiene guidelines.
- Keep a minimum distance of at least 1.5 m to each other at all times. This remains in effect both on the premises and in the buildings of the university. The only exception is in cohorts.
- Masks are mandatory in front of / in all buildings of the university until you have reached your workplace.
- Use the Corona-App
- When organizing events/ courses, if possible, choose larger rooms to allow for more distance between people.
- Please make sure that the venue is adequately ventilated with regard to the risk of infection.
- How to Deal with Symptoms that could be related to Covid-19 (as of September 4th, 2020)
If you show typical flu symptoms, such as (according to the Robert Koch Institute) fever, cough, persistent hoarseness, sore throat, shortness of breath, or muscle/ joint pain, please stay at home!
You should stay home as soon as you show any one of the symptoms mentioned above. The common cold is not one of these symptoms!
If the symptoms have emerged during your time at work, please inform Mrs. Huth (Human Resources) so that she can arrange for your workplace to be disinfected.
When you have been symptom-free for 48 hours (self-assessment), you may return to the university. During the symptom-free time, please work in your home office. In case of doubt, employees can consult their family physician or the company physician Dr. Egler (Tel: 0451-70749630 / E-Mail: P.Egler@consilius.de) or contact 116 117. A corona test is not required before returning to the university.
- Cancellation of Holidays (as of May 18th, 2020)
Cancellation of already approved vacation:
Please send your request to cancel an already approved vacation in writing to the head of Human Resources, Ms. Hartkopf, by e-mail, stating the reasons and any supporting documents (e.g. proof of cancellation of the trip). The cancellation request must be approved in advance by your superior, who has to be put in Cc when you send your request to Ms. Hartkopf. Mrs. Hartkopf will then review your cancellation request and decide whether to approve it or not. The decision will be based on a balance between work and personal interests.
This regulation applies until further notice.
- Quarantine (as of October 14th, 2020)
People who are required to quarantine according to state law (Quarantine Regulation of Schleswig-Holstein) are prohibited from entering the campus of TH Lübeck.
Employees who are ordered to quarantine must report this to Human Resources.
If the employee spends the quarantine at home and has the ability to work in home office, he/she is obliged to do so. The same applies if he/she is able to work on at any other quarantine location. Her/his obligation to work will only cease if she/he is unable to work due to illness.
3. Situation on Campus
- Minimum Distance Regulation / Mouth-Nose Cover (as of October 31st, 2020)
A minimum distance of 1.5 m to other people must be maintained at all times
A mouth-and-nose cover must be worn in the entrance areas in front of the university buildings
A mouth-nose cover must be worn in the buildings of the university. Exceptions are
- Employees of the university at their workplace, as long as there is no public access
- Employees of the university at a workplace that is open to the public, but the 1.5 m distance can be maintained or physical barriers are present
- 24h Room (as of October 15th, 2020)
The 24h rooms can only be used by cohorts or spaced according to the minimum distance regulation and under supervision of a teacher.
- TH Print-Shop (as of June 25th, 2020)
The TH print shop will reopen on Monday, June 29th. Students are asked to make an appointment via email@example.com.
- Service Point and Postal Services (as of July 6th, 2020)
The ServicePoint is now open from Mon - Thu 8.00 - 15.00 hrs as well as on Fri 8.00 - 13.00 hrs and therefore the postal service is also provided for. The distribution of mail in the departments is carried out as usual by Technical Services.
- Committee Meetings (as of October 22nd, 2020)
Committee meetings at TH Lübeck take place digitally. On-site events that have already been planned may still take place.
Resolutions can also be passed by circulation procedure, provided that the formal conditions of the circulation resolutions are observed:
- All committee members must agree to the adoption of a resolution by circulation (unanimity principle).
- The usual principles apply to the circular resolution itself (majority resolution).
- Protocols are always required.
In the event that resolutions must be passed by a secret ballot (especially concerning staff decisions), we recommend voting by mail.
Recommendations for committee meetings at TH Lübeck according to the ministry
Instructions on secret ballots:
- Ablauf geheimer Abstimmungen (DOCX)
- Merkblatt geheime Abstimmung (DOCX)
- Anlage zum Merkblatt geheime Abstimmung (DOCX)
- Hygiene and Protection Plan (as of November 3rd, 2020)
The Hygiene and Protection Plan (Hyschmap) of Technische Hochschule Lübeck describes the hygiene regulations for the limited resumption of attendance classes (examinations, internships etc.). It has been confirmed by the Public Health Department of the Hanseatic City of Lübeck.
- Mandatory Masks (as of November2nd, 2020)
TH Lübeck has a mask mandate!
A mouth-and-nose cover (MNC) / mask must be worn at all times
- On the premises and in front of the buildings of TH Lübeck
- In the buildings of TH- Lübeck.
- Students and participating third parties during exams, as long as a minimum distance of 1,5m is observed.
- Employees who work in areas with regular public traffic, provided that they have reached their workplace and that a minimum distance of 1.5 m to other people is maintained or that the possibility of infection is reduced by suitable physical barriers.
- Employees that work in areas without regular public traffic.
All members of the university who wish to stay on campus must bring their own mouth-and nose cover (MNC). The MNC must meet the requirements of § 2 para. 5 of the State Regulation for Combating the Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, i.e. cover the mouth and nose in such a way that the spread of droplets and aerosols caused by coughing, sneezing, or speaking is reduced. Covering your mouth and nose with a hand or arm, using a mask with an exhalation valve or the use of a face shield is not sufficient.
Work at TH Lübeck as well as all courses, examinations and practical training are subject to the "minimum distance of 1.5 meters" rule between participants, which must also be maintained during breaks. An exception are the so-called cohorts, within which the minimum distance may be reduced during selected on-site events.
- Mensa & Studentenwerk (as of October 31st, 2020)
On Monday, November 2nd, 2020, the Studentenwerk Schleswig-Holstein will again close all Canteens, Cafeterias and Café Lounges all over the state.
They will strictly adhere to the guidelines of the government of Schleswig-Holstein and await further developments. The closure is initially in effect until the end of November.
Due to current developments concerning the Coronavirus, the Studentenwerk Schleswig-Holstein does not offer personal customer contact anymore in selected institutions. The office in Lübeck is currently not staffed. In urgent cases please contact the office in Kiel. Further information can be found on the website of the Studentenwerk.
- Courses/ Events apart from Teaching
We recommend that courses/ events (with the exception of teaching) are conducted digitally, this also applies to meetings, committee meetings, recruitment interviews, etc. Already approved events with external guests are still possible, but only under reservation. We must ask you that new event formats are planned accordingly: Preferably digital.
- Building Closure (as of October 15th, 2020)
The majority of the university buildings were reopened in time for the exams...
Technical Services are available 24/7. Should there be any technical problems, if a room is needed for meetings etc. or for collecting or returning keys, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0151 52814393 (Support).
- Contact Ban (as of April 16th)
On Sunday, the 22.03.2020, the federal and state governments have decided on a contact ban. Until we receive concrete instructions from the Ministry, the following measures will apply:
- People may still come to the university to work/study.
- However, no more than a maximum of two people may stay in one room at a time. This also means, for example, that student committees are no longer allowed to convene.
- An exception is made for exams that are absolutely necessary. These are still allowed to take place, even if more than 2 people are present.
The contact ban applies until 10.05.2020. Please observe the hygienic and safety rules and show consideration for yourself and others.
- Access ban to the University / Travel Returnees from Abroad (as of October 22nd, 2020)
Who is currently banned from entering the university?
- There is a 14-day access ban for all travel returnees from risk areas (according to the Robert-Koch-Institute) This may be reduced by presenting a negative Corona test, which was taken at least 5 days after entry. If you are not on sick leave, please discuss the possibility of working from home with your superior. . Please note: In this case you have no claim to telework.
- It is mandatory to wear masks in the buildings of the university. If this is not possible for medical or other reasons, you are unfortunately not allowed to enter the buildings of the university. You can do your work from home office in consultation with your superior. We also recommend that you wear a mask when being outside.
- We recommend that all commuters from high incidence areas do their work from home if possible (in consultation with their superiors). This applies primarily to employees who are not involved in teaching.
- We ask university members who show symptoms that could be related to Covid-19 to stay at home for at least 24 hours. You should only stay at home if you yourself show cold symptoms of unclear origin. We do not recommend that relatives of people with cold symptoms stay at home - if necessary, the Public Health Department would order a quarantine.
Private travel abroad is subject to the risk of an untimely return / access ban to the University. Members of the University are called upon to minimize this risk.
The following rules apply to all travel returnees: If you show symptoms that indicate an infection with COVID-19, immediately place yourself in quarantine and contact the Public Health Department and Human Resources of TH Lübeck if you are an employee of the university. For information on current infection figures in other European countries, please visit the ECDC website.
In case of a confirmed infection with Coronavirus, please inform Human Resources (Mrs. Hartkopf) immediately by e-mail.
Affected students should contact their department / secretariat immediately.
For Students: Contacts in the departments (please only by e-mail or phone)
- Dept. of Applied Natural Sciences: an(at)th-luebeck.de
- Dept. of Architecture and Civil Engineering: bau(at)th-luebeck.de
- Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science: ei(at)th-luebeck.de
- Dept. of Mechanical Engineering and Business Administration: If you have to cancel your exams, please write an informal e-mail to Mrs. Kühnemundt (petra.kuehnemundt(at)th-luebeck.de, Mrs. Kühnemundt); for any other question, please contact the deans office (mw(at)th-luebeck.de, Ms. Noetzel)
4. Student Life & Finance
- BAföG (as of March 30th, 2020)
BAföG-supported students will continue to receive their education grants even if schools and universities are closed or entry to other countries is blocked. This was specified by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) on Friday, in a decree issued to the states.
- Together against Corona (as of March 26th, 2020)
Many institutions and associations would like to help cope with the Corona situation and are looking for support. In addition, whole sectors such as agriculture are experiencing severe staff shortages due to travel restrictions, so if you would like to help, we have listed a number of links here:
- VICTOR Lübeck is a registered association that offers help, initiates projects and coordinates helpers.Victor offers access to events, initiatives and projects on the campus and in Lübeck. On its website, VICTOR has set up a web portal concerning the current coronavirus pandemic (Hilfsportal COVID-19).
- The University Medical Center Schleswig-Holstein (UKSH) needs volunteers, support and donations: www.uksh-helfen.de
- Ekipa, together with StudySmarter, organizes an innovation competition on the responsibility of universities and colleges in view of the social challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. What can educational institutions, explicitly universities, do against the spread and the societal risks posed by the "Covid-19" pandemic? How can they use their resources (multifunctionally)? These questions are to be addressed with the help of the non-profit project "University X Corona". Students as well as scientists are called upon to generate ideas, approaches and solutions for the different challenges posed by the pandemic.
Jobs for students in sectors with increased staff requirements due to the pandemic
- The corona virus must be contained and its proliferation must be slowed down. Freedom of travel is restricted throughout Europe. As a result, our farmers are up to 300 000 workers short. Simultaneously, many people employed in the gastronomic and retail sectors are unable to go to work.
- Loan Opportunity for Students (as of April 27th, 2020)
Loan opportunity for students in financial need as a result of the pandemic.
The Studentenwerk SH now offers a new loan scheme for all students in SH who are in financial need due to the Corona pandemic. The loan fund is intended to enable students who have fallen on hard times to continue and complete their studies by granting interest-free loans.
The fund is financed by the Studentenwerk SH's own resources as well as emergency funds from the state.
- Deutschlandstipendium (as of June 15th, 2020)
The modified application period for the next funding period 2020/21 has been confirmed: 27.07.2020 (14:00) - 31.10.2020 (14:00)
Further information regarding the Deutschlandstipendium can be found at: https://www.th-luebeck.de/studium-und-weiterbildung/studentisches-leben/foerderung-und-stipendien/
- University Sport (as of May 8th, 2020)
The Winter Semester 2020/21 is just around the corner and the University Sports is making every effort to provide us with a sports program for the coming semester.
Unfortunately, due to the Corona pandemic with the current increase in the number of infections, the offer will not be as colorful and extensive as it used to be.
Since there will only be a limited number of places available, we would like to ask you to only book a course if you can participate in at least 80% of the planned sessions.
Estimated start of booking is from Friday, 16.10.2020, and the estimated start of courses will be from Monday, 19.10.2020.
We hope that everyone who wants and has time will also find a suitable course of their choice.
For more information, please visit the University Sports website.
For more information please refer to the website of Lübeck's University Sports .
Universität zu Lübeck
Ratzeburger Allee 160 - Haus 2
Tel. 0451 3101-2121; Fax 0451 3101-1254
- Job Markets
Jobs for students in industries with increased staffing needs due to the pandemic.
The Corona Virus must be contained, the spread must be slowed down. Freedom of travel is restricted throughout Europe. As a result, our farmers are short of up to 300,000 workers. At the same time, many people employed in catering or retail cannot work.
Contacts at TH Lübeck
Coordination staff of TH Lübeck, available at: gesundheit(at)th-luebeck.de
With the president and the chancellor in charge, a coordination staff with the following objectives was established:
- To ensure the health of our students and staff in the best way possible
- Help to stem the spread of the Corona virus
- To provide information as efficiently as possible
- To make our measures transparent
The coordination staff consists of the following people:
- Muriel Helbig & Yvonne Plaul (Head)
- Henrik Botterweck (Vice President)
- Frank Schwartze (Vice President)
- Dagmar Diehl (Student Affairs | International Office)
- Arieta Jahnke (Technical Services)
- Katrin Hartkopf (Human Resources)
- Stephan Klein (Dept. of Applied Natural Sciences)
- Theresia Lichtlein (Communications)
- Jana Mittag (Staff Council)
- Andreas Schäfer (Electrical Engineering and Computer Science)
- Gabriele Schuster (Legal Counsel)
- Tim Voigt (Dept. of Mechanical Engineering and Business Administration)
- Nicole Wahls (Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science)
- Stephan Wehrig (Dept. of Architecture and Civil Engineering)
Should difficulties arise during implementation, we have set up " Clearingstellen" in the respective departments:
- Dept. of Applied Natural Sciences: an(at)th-luebeck.de
- Dept.of Architecture and Civil Engineering: bau(at)th-luebeck.de
- Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science: koordination_ei(at)th-luebeck.de
- Dept. of Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science. mw(at)th-luebeck.de
- University Administration: personal(at)th-luebeck.de
- Gesundheitsamt der Hansestadt Lübeck, Telefon: 0451 1225315
- Ärztlicher Notdienst der Kassenärztlichen Vereinigung Schleswig-Holstein, Telefon: 116 117
- Hotline des Gesundheitsministeriums Schleswig-Holstein zum Coronavirus, Telefon: 0431 79 70 00 01 (spezifisch auf Schleswig-Holstein bezogene Fragestellungen)
- Hotline des Bundesministeriums zu allgemeinen Fragen zum Coronavirus, Telefon: 030 346 465 100
- Health Department of the City of Lübeck, phone: 0451 1225315
- Medical emergency service of the Kassenärztliche Vereinigung Schleswig-Holstein, phone: 116 117
- Hotline of the Ministry of Health of Schleswig-Holstein concerning the coronavirus, phone: 0431 79 70 00 01 (questions specifically related to Schleswig-Holstein)
- Hotline of the Federal Ministry for general questions concerning the coronavirus, phone: 030 346 465 100