Information: What effects does Corona have on the study
We hope that all is well with you and those close to you.
We understand that you may be unsettled by the latest developments, and the decisions that the university has had to make.
We will try to find solutions in cases of hardship. The office of student affairs and the study coordinator are available to answer your questions. Please be aware, however, that given the reduced presence due to home office, your messages may take longer than usual to be answered.
We are currently experiencing times in which the rules, habits and rights that were considered indispensable just a few weeks ago may no longer apply, and information quickly becomes outdated. Therefore, please inform yourself regularly on the and be sure to read your emails! homepage of the TU Darmstadt
On this page you will find the latest information regarding the corona situation (as of February 3rd, 2022).
Summer Semester 2022
Recently, the Federal Government of Germany adopted amendments to the Infektionsschutzgesetz – German infection control act. The State of Hesse has amended its Coronavirus-Schutzverordnung – Coronavirus Protection Ordinance accordingly. This results in several changes as to how to deal with the pandemic at TU Darmstadt.
Here in a nutshell, what applies now.
- The summer semester will take place in presence.
- There are no more access restrictions (3G).
- As before Corona, you can deregister from exams up to one week before the exam.
- If you want or need to withdraw from the exam after this one-week period, you must submit a medical certificate “attest”.
- Cancellation of failed third attempts is no longer possible.
- Masks must be worn in all TU buildings, at all events. Exception: students may remove the mask during written exams once they have taken their seat. However, we strongly recommend that you voluntarily wear the mask during the exam.
- If you have earned 160 CP in the Bachelor's degree, you can enroll in the Master's degree in parallel under proviso.
- Bachelor and Master theses are submitted electronically via TUbama.
- The study office of the Maths Department is still in the home office. Please use the and take advantage of the contact form. online office hours
Corona is not over yet! Infection rates are still very high. Please continue to protect yourself and those around you and be sure to keep your distance as well as follow general hygiene rules and ventilate rooms frequently.
If you need support from the faculty, please do not hesitate to contact us, for example the study coordinator, Cornelia Seeberg.
Offfice for Student Affairs
The is still there for you if you have questions about the organisation of your studies. Since the staff members will be working in home office until further notice, please send your enquiries by mail. We ask for your understanding that your messages may take longer than usual to be answered.. office for student affairs
The green mailbox in front of the study office is currently no longer being emptied. Please submit all documents, forms, applications etc. electronically. Please keep the original documents, we may ask for them later. If you have any questions, please write an e-mail.