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Studies & Teaching

Summer semester 2021

 

Which hygiene and infection prevention rules are to be observed on the campus of the University of Siegen and on the premises, which rules apply to the safety distance and mouth-nose covers?

Courses


How will courses be delivered in the summer semester (face-to-face, digital, hybrid)?

Until May 25th, most courses will be held digitally. Only those courses may be held in presence that absolutely require special rooms, equipment or other framework conditions (e.g. laboratories, workrooms, sound studios and, in the artistic field, repetition, practicing and work in studios and studios).

After May 25th, there may be an opportunity for more presence if two conditions are met: The university administration allows this due to a favorable course of the infection and the participants of a course agree with their lecturers on presence.

Update 3-25-2021 7 pm


 

Examinations (examination and study achievements)


What happens to exams from the winter semester that have been moved to the summer semester?

Examinations of the winter semester 2020/21 that have been postponed to the summer semester 2021 and whose execution in presence has already been approved can take place as planned. All other examinations of the winter and summer semesters will generally not be held in attendance until May 25th, but in another form, e.g. digitally, or postponed to a later date in the summer semester. Only examinations that can neither be conducted in another form nor postponed may be conducted in attendance (after approval by the Dean of Studies).

A postponement may not be possible for legal or factual reasons or may not be reasonable for the examinees. In particular, it is considered unreasonable if there is a threat of a significant delay in the course of studies by at least six months or if the postponement would lead to undue hardship (in particular, threatened loss of residence permit/visa or denial of the opportunity to take up an already assured job or a directly subsequent master's degree program.

Update 3-25-2021 7 pm


What are e-exams and how do they differ from online exams?

For some years now, teachers at the University of Siegen have had the option of having exams written on laptops at the university. These are the so-called e-exams - the electronic counterpart to written (paper-based) exams.

At the University of Siegen, e-exams have so far taken place in rooms such as the Audimax. The e-exam was therefore written on site. In the examination phase of the winter semester 2020/21, the e-examinations will NOT take place on site, but also as an online format.

Since the university is working with an external provider (IQUL) for these e-exams, we are bound to the time slot already booked; so these exams cannot be rescheduled. This does not result in overlaps because the e-exams take place on Feb. 15-23, which is before the start of the rescheduled exam period (Mar. 1).

Online exams are all exams that were originally planned as paper exams in presence, but will now take place in an online format.


 

Organization

When does the lecture period begin?

The summer semester begins on April 1st, 2021 and ends on September 30th, 2021.
The lecture period begins on April 12th, 2021 and ends on July 23rd, 2021.

There are lecture-free days at Pentecost, these are from May 21st, 2021 to May 25th, 2021.

Update 3-25-2021 7 pm



How do I get to the university by public transport?


Are there student workplaces?


Will there be meals in the cafeteria or canteen?


What services and support are available for students with children?

For students with children, maternity protection regulations can also be applied to female students. The prerequisite for this is that they have reported their pregnancy to the Student Secretariat. The corresponding form can be found here:

In addition, there are regulations for the compensation of hardships for students with child(ren) and relatives who need care. More information can be found here:


Is my transfer from the Bachelor's to the Master's program at the University of Siegen at risk because I cannot take the last exam(s) of the Bachelor's program for the time being?

No. If admission to the Master's program has already been granted, the transfer to the Master's program will take place without the Bachelor's degree. Students are enrolled twice (Bachelor and Master). As soon as the last Bachelor's degree has been obtained, only the Master's degree will continue to be studied. The last performance in the Bachelor can be completed by 05-31-2021. A certified copy of the Bachelor's certificate must be submitted to the Student Secretariat by 06-30-2021.


 

Especially for students studying to become teachers

 

Where can I find information on special regulations concerning students studying to become teachers?

The Center for Teacher Training and Educational Research provided information relevant for students studying to become teachers online. This includes, among other things, the practical phases (Suitability and orientation internship,professional placements, practical semester, the Examination Office for students studying to become teachers and stays abroad. You can find this information (Current status: 03-11-21) here:
https://www.uni-siegen.de/zlb/studieninformationen/corona/hinweise_corona.html.

 

Winter semester 2020/21

 

Which hygiene and infection prevention rules are to be observed on the campus of the University of Siegen and on the premises, which rules apply to the safety distance and mouth-nose covers?

Courses


How are courses taught in the winter semester?

According to the order of the Ministry of Health, courses will continue to be held in digital form at least until January 31st, 2021.

In exceptional cases, in-classroom courses are possible if they are absolutely dependent on special premises, equipment or other framework conditions (for example, laboratories, workrooms, sound studios and, in the artistic field, repetition, practice and work in studios and studios) and if a postponement would lead to a significant delay in the course of study. The implementation of in-classroom events for purely didactic reasons is excluded.

As a general rule, no more than 50 persons may participate in face-to-face courses at the same time.

Organization of the approval of in-classroom courses

  • Until January 31st , 2021
    The approval of in-classroom courses, which are planned to be held until January 31st, will continue to be organized by the Prorectorate for Education in consultation with the deaneries of the faculties (informal application with justification to the Prorectorate for Education). Approval requires - in addition to meeting the above conditions - that the chosen rooms and times allow contacts to be kept to a minimum.
  • February 1st to February 14th, 2021
    It is questionable whether in-classroom teaching will be permitted between February 1st and 14th, i.e. after the expiry of the currently valid general ruling and before the start of the lecture-free period and examination period. It is to be expected that the above-mentioned regulations will be continued or even tightened. For this period, teachers are therefore strongly advised to choose alternative teaching formats without attendance. Postponements will only be possible in justified exceptional cases in order to prevent consequential problems.
  • February 15th to March 31st, 2021
    The question of what legal requirements there will be for courses (e.g. internships, compact seminars) during the lecture-free period is currently open. However, it is to be expected that the currently valid, far-reaching restrictions on classroom teaching will be continued or even tightened. Here too, teachers are advised to replace planned face-to-face courses with alternative formats; postponements will only be possible in justified exceptional cases.

How does the registration and deregistration to/from courses work?

In order to be able to plan courses, we would like to point out to all students that a registration for courses via unisono is obligatory for participation and registrations which are not noticed must be taken back in unisono.


 

Examinations (examination and study achievements)


What applies to exams during the lockdown period (until February 14th)?

As a rule, examinations cannot be conducted in presence. They must take place in another form, e.g. digitally, or be rescheduled.

Examinations can only be held in person if they cannot be postponed to a date after January 31st, 2021 for legal or factual reasons or if a postponement is not reasonable for the examinees. A rescheduling of the examination is considered unreasonable in particular if the rescheduling leads to an undue hardship or threatens to significantly delay the course of study by at least six months. Undue hardship is to be assumed in particular if the loss of the residence permit/visa is imminent or if the possibility of starting an already assured job or a directly subsequent master's degree program is denied.

Approval of attendance examinations scheduled to be held by January 31st continues to be organized by the Prorectorate for Education in consultation with the dean's offices of the faculties (informal application with justification to the Prorectorate for Education). Approval requires - in addition to the fulfillment of the above conditions - that the chosen rooms and times allow contacts to be kept to a minimum.

All exams scheduled between February 1st and February 14th will either be conducted in an online format or rescheduled for a date on or after March 1st.

(Oral) online examinations can also take place via video conference. Please refer to the information provided by the university in the leaflet on conducting oral online examinations. You can find this here.


How is the examination phase organized?

In order to keep the risk of infection for teachers and students as low as possible, the examination phase of the winter semester 2020/21 will primarily take place online. Only those examinations that can only be conducted in attendance will also take place in attendance. All planned examination dates will also be rescheduled in accordance with the requirements of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia.


When do the exams take place (dates)?

  • All exams scheduled between February 1st and 14th will either be conducted in an online format or rescheduled to a date on or after March 1. If rescheduled, they will be scheduled in an online format.
  • All retreat dates scheduled between February 15th and April 11th will be rescheduled by two weeks. A retreat scheduled for February 15 will thus be held March 1, etc. Scheduled times will remain the same.
  • Exception 1: Dates scheduled for e-exams will not be rescheduled.
  • Exception 2: Exams scheduled for March 19th - 22th will be moved four weeks to April 16th - 21th, rather than two weeks, because they would otherwise have to be written on Easter.

The exact, new exam dates are communicated via unisono.

The systematic postponement of the entire block of exams or the rescheduling of exam dates is necessary to prevent follow-up problems caused by individually organized postponements. Individual examination dates, e.g. for oral examinations, on the other hand, can be rescheduled in consultation with the students.

If a postponement of a scheduled examination would lead to undue hardship for individual students or would result in a considerable delay in the course of study of at least six months, an individual examination date must be offered by the lecturer. If necessary, an alternative form of examination may be used for this purpose.

Undue hardship is deemed to exist in particular if the loss of the residence permit/visa is imminent or if the possibility of starting a job that has already been promised, a directly subsequent Master's program or a traineeship is denied. Students who are affected by this should apply for this individual examination date by e-mail to the chairperson of their examination committee.

The request must demonstrate that the postponement of the examination date would lead to undue hardship or would result in a significant delay in the course of studies of at least six months, e.g. due to a scan of the visa or employment contract.


What are the formats for online exams (e.g. online exams) and how do they work?

All examinations are conducted without attendance whenever possible. The aim is to protect teachers and students by allowing as many exams as possible to be taken from home.

The teachers will provide information on the exact conditions for taking examinations.

These examination formats without presence exist:

  • Exam performances that are worked on and completed by all students at essentially the same time will generally be conducted using an extension of ECON EBook, a university proprietary development. Instructions for exam takers will be published well in advance of the exams.
  • Online exams are usually conducted on the scheduled date (after rescheduling) to prevent rescheduling from overlapping exams.
  • Moodle can be used for asynchronous online exams where students work on the exam offline and then submit it via Moodle. When determining the turnaround time for such exams, e.g., trunk exams or take-home exams, instructors should consider that students may need to work on other exam assignments at the same time.
  • The submission of asynchronous examination papers by e-mail is permitted.
  • (Oral) online examinations may also take place via videoconference. Please refer to the information provided by the university in the leaflet on conducting oral online examinations. You can find this here (german language).

These regulations are important:

  • Surveillance for written examinations conducted online (online proctoring) is not permitted. Only identity verification prior to the start of an online written exam is permitted, after which examinees may turn off the camera.
  • For all online written exams, instructors will obtain a statement from students that the exam was completed independently by the student and that no resources other than those specified were used.
  • Students who do not have the space or technical facilities at home to take a synchronous written online exam (e.g., a real-time written exam) may be provided with a suitable space in a university PC pool. Please log on to corona-pruefungen@uni-siegen.de and indicate the day and time the exam will be given. We will then assign you a room. We urge that this option only be used by students who really have no other option but to write at the university, as the number of spaces is limited.
  • The regulations in the examination regulations regarding disadvantage compensation and withdrawal still apply.

Which exams are in attendance?

Some examinations will probably only be able to be carried out in presence.

We will inform you in good time about the organization, implementation and hygiene measures.

For students who cannot take part in a face-to-face examination for actual reasons (e.g. stay abroad in the case of international students, medical certificate of increased risk of serious illness in the case of infection with Covid-19), the lecturers must offer an alternative examination format. For students who are in ordered quarantine on the examination date, instructors must offer an alternate date or an alternate examination format.

The regulations in the examination regulations on compensation for disadvantages and on withdrawal continue to apply.

The execution of examinations that can only be carried out in presence is applied for at the Dean of Studies Office. The necessity of conducting the examination in presence must be justified. You can find a template here: https://www.uni-siegen.de/corona/download/genehmigung_praesenzpruefungen_dokumentation.pdf


What are e-exams and how do they differ from online exams?

For some years now, teachers at the University of Siegen have had the option of having exams written on laptops at the university. These are the so-called e-exams - the electronic counterpart to written (paper-based) exams.

At the University of Siegen, e-exams have so far taken place in rooms such as the Audimax. The e-exam was therefore written on site. In the examination phase of the winter semester 2020/21, the e-examinations will NOT take place on site, but also as an online format.

Since the university is working with an external provider (IQUL) for these e-exams, we are bound to the time slot already booked; so these exams cannot be rescheduled. This does not result in overlaps because the e-exams take place on Feb. 15-23, which is before the start of the rescheduled exam period (Mar. 1).

Online exams are all exams that were originally planned as paper exams in presence, but will now take place in an online format.


Can the deadline for written coursework and exams be extended?

For written coursework and examinations (e.g. Bachelor's and Master's theses, term papers, seminar papers) whose processing period includes the period between December 17, 2020 and January 10, 2021 or whose submission deadline falls within the aforementioned period, the submission deadline will be extended by four weeks upon application to the responsible examination board. The application must be submitted before the originally set deadline.


Is there an additional exam attempt?

Students who have definitively failed examinations in the winter semester 2020/2021 between October 1st, 2020 and the end of the examination period of the winter semester 2020 (approx. April 30th, 2021) due to the effects of the corona crisis, and who would be exmatriculated as a result or would have to choose a new elective area so that their studies would be extended, will receive a one-time additional examination attempt for the examination concerned on the next regular examination date upon application.

The request must be addressed to the chairman or chairwoman of the relevant examination board and reasons must be given.

Sentence 1 shall not apply to final theses (Bachelor's and Master's theses), examinations in a course of study for the teaching profession leading to a state examination and the school practical part in the practical semester.


 

Organization


How do I get to the university by public transport?


Are there student workplaces?


Will there be meals in the cafeteria or canteen?


What services and support are available for students with children?

For students with children, maternity protection regulations can also be applied to female students. The prerequisite for this is that they have reported their pregnancy to the Student Secretariat. The corresponding form can be found here:

In addition, there are regulations for the compensation of hardships for students with child(ren) and relatives who need care. More information can be found here:


Does the standard period of study change?

The individual standard period of study will be increased by 1 semester. This applies to all students who are enrolled at the University of Siegen in the winter semester 2020/21. The extension of the standard period of study also applies to students who are on leave of absence in the winter semester 2020/21.


When does the lecture period begin?

In accordance with the order of the Ministry of Culture and Science of North Rhine-Westphalia dated June 18th, 2020, the lecture period in the winter semester 2020/21 for all Bachelor's programs will begin on November 2nd, 2020. The lecture period for all Master's programmes will begin one week earlier, on October 26th, 2020, and the lecture period for Bachelor's and Master's programmes will end on February 12th, 2021.


Is my transfer from the Bachelor's to the Master's program at the University of Siegen at risk because I cannot take the last exam(s) of the Bachelor's program for the time being?

No. If admission to the Master's program has already been granted, the transfer to the Master's program will take place without the Bachelor's degree. Students are enrolled twice (Bachelor and Master). As soon as the last Bachelor's degree has been obtained, only the Master's degree will continue to be studied. The last performance in the Bachelor can be completed by 05-31-2021. A certified copy of the Bachelor's certificate must be submitted to the Student Secretariat by 06-30-2021.


 

International


How are the international Master's programs offered?

In the Master's programs, which are mainly or exclusively attended by international students, as well as in the preparatory German courses, enrolment will take place without personal presence. In coordination with the Prorectorate of Education and the faculties concerned, the teaching of these courses will also be offered to a large extent digitally for first-year students in the winter semester 2020/21. This will also enable prospective students from regions of the world that are currently and probably until the end of the year affected by strict entry restrictions to begin their studies.


Are there still opportunities for student exchange?

Within the framework of the current recommendations of the German Foreign Office (AA), exchanges with partner universities in EU member states and "Schengen-associated" countries are possible in the winter semester 2020/2021. However, due to pandemics, there may also be restrictions on entry and exit or short-term decisions by partner universities in the future. The International Office (IO) provides advice and information on the options within the Erasmus+ program so that independent decisions on mobility can be made.

Due to the travel warning that will remain in place until 31 August 2020, overseas exchanges (third countries, all non-EU and EEA countries) will be suspended. The partner universities are informed by the IO that no exchange students can be admitted for the winter semester 2020/2021. This also means that in the projects of the international dimension of the Erasmus+ program no mobility will be possible in the winter semester. Outgoing students of the University of Siegen can, in agreement with the IOs and the host university, take up a sponsored stay abroad if there is no travel warning from the Foreign Office.


 

Especially for students studying to become teachers

 

Where can I find information on special regulations concerning students studying to become teachers?

The Center for Teacher Training and Educational Research provided information relevant for students studying to become teachers online. This includes, among other things, the practical phases (Suitability and orientation internship,professional placements, practical semester, the Examination Office for students studying to become teachers and stays abroad. You can find this information (Current status: 03-11-21) here:
https://www.uni-siegen.de/zlb/studieninformationen/corona/hinweise_corona.html.

 

Exam papers

 

I have completed a written paper for a study assignment or examination (including Bachelor's and Master's theses); how do I submit it now?

In order to avoid unnecessary exposure in public, written assignments should be sent by e-mail as a PDF file directly to the lecturer in question. Bachelor's and Master's theses should be submitted to the Examination Office by e-mail and post, if possible. If a submission by mail is not possible, e.g. because you are in quarantine and have no one to bind the paper and bring it to the post office, it is sufficient to submit the paper by e-mail as a PDF file. As soon as it is possible, you must then submit the printed versions.

Can I change the topic of my graduation paper?

If the thesis was registered before March 18th, 2020, students may withdraw from the topic of their thesis (Bachelor's and Master's theses and dissertation papers) at any time before and during the processing period and re-register (immediately or at a later date) with a different topic.

The aim of this regulation is to give students who are unable to complete their thesis due to external circumstances the opportunity to choose a new topic.

In order to return the topic of the final thesis, an informal application must be submitted to the responsible examination office, stating the important reason which makes it impossible to process the final thesis. If necessary, the Examination Offices are asked to assist students in formulating this request.

For students who wish to stick to their topic, the deadline is extended by four weeks in relation to the submission date.

If there is a case of undue hardship in connection with a guaranteed job, the university management asks for a corresponding note to e.g. the employer in order to inform about the measures decided by the university to obtain the degree.

General information

 

Stays abroad

 


Where can I find information about stays abroad (exchange studies, internships)?

The Department of International Student Affairs (ISA) provides information on stays abroad in the academic year 2020/21, including information on exchange programs in the winter semester 2020/21, semester or internships abroad.

You will find all information on this page.


Where can international students find information on entry to Germany

The Department of International Student Affairs (ISA) provides information for international students in Siegen about about entering Germany, financing, residence permits, support and contacts.

You will find all information on this page.


 

Accessibility

 


How do I design Online teaching barrier-free (incl. barrier-free documents)?

In e-learning environments, PDF documents are used extensively to provide various learning resources, including scripts, exercise sheets, instructions, bibliographies and flyers.

However, not everyone can benefit from this self-evident access. Especially people with disabilities are often confronted with inaccessible PDF documents. But technical aids can also reduce barriers in teaching.

Information, tips and suggestions to help you make digital services as accessible as possible can be found, for example, at the Information and Advice Centre for Studies and Disability of the Deutsches Studentenwerk (IBS):
Online Lehre fast ohne Barrieren (German language)

In addition, affected lecturers and students have the possibility to contact the Inclusive University of Siegen service office directly at any time. The Service Office will be happy to help you find individual solutions to enable students of this risk group to participate in courses and thus successfully complete the 2020 summer semester.

Contact Inclusive University of Siegen

Dr. Sonja Weber-Menges

Representative for students with disability and/or chronic Disease
Coordinator Service Office Inclusive University of Siegen

Web: https://inklusive.uni-siegen.de/buero/
Email: behindertenberatung@uni-siegen.de / service-inklusion@uni-siegen.de
Mobile: +49(0)175/600-4044

 

Formalities

 


Can certificates be printed/delivered during minimal operation?

Yes, please ask the respective examination office whether certificates are handed out personally or sent by post.

List of all examination offices


Can I still make use of official services at the city of Siegen (e.g. registration of residence, issuing a certificate of good conduct or issuing a birth certificate)?

The City of Siegen has compiled a list of frequently asked questions (FAQ), which also includes all official services such as registering, changing and deregistering your place of residence, issuing or renewing residence permits or even authentications or registration certificates. Please check here, which services are currently available online or by phone:
https://www.siegen.de/willkommen/informationen-zum-coronavirus/haeufig-gestellte-fragen-faq-frequently-asked-questions/


Is my semester ticket still valid?

In the current situation, there may be delays in issuing the semester tickets. In order to avoid any disadvantages for students, the AStA has contacted the public transport companies. The old semester ticket (winter semester 2019/20) remains valid until April 30, 2020 in the area Westfalen-Süd (VGWS area). Students should also carry a certificate of enrollment with them in order to avoid issues upon ticket inspection. A corresponding regulation for the whole of NRW is still being clarified. The AStA will provide further information.

 

Finance and housing

 


What do I do if I can no longer pay the rent in the residence hall of the Studierendenwerk?

Contact the dormitory administration of the Studierendenwerk and let them know when you can no longer pay your rent.
The Studierendenwerk will try to find unconventional solutions in individual cases, e.g. by deferral or other arrangements.


What do I do when I run out of money?

You can apply to the Darlehenskasse der Studierendenwerke e. V. (Daka) for an interest-free Daka loan (www.daka-darlehen.de), if there is a suitable sponsor. Please contact the department „Studienfinanzierung“ at the Studierendenwerk Siegen.


What changes are there for the obtaining of BAföG?

In corona periods, the individualised regular duration of studies of registered students in NRW increases by one semester. This extension also has a positive effect on the duration of BAföG entitlement: The maximum period of BAföG entitlement is also extended by one semester. Currently, North Rhine-Westphalia is the only state in Germany with such a regulation. You can find further information here.


What do I do if my parents are affected by unemployment or continuous short-time work and thus suffer a significant, not just temporary loss of income?

Please apply for BAföG and submit an updated application. Please contact the department „Studienfinanzierung“ at the Studierendenwerk Siegen.

 

Risk Groups

 


What should be considered when dealing with students who belong to a risk group?

Students with chronic pre-existing conditions and/or drug treatment with so-called immunosuppressive drugs must continue to be particularly protected against infection with COVID-19. Students of the so-called risk group can/should not participate in classroom sessions for their own protection according to the recommendations for contact reduction of the Robert Koch Institute (as of 03-20-2020), if the necessary distance cannot be guaranteed. Under the following link you will find

some tips for dealing with students in the risk group

In addition, affected lecturers and students have the possibility to contact the Inclusive University of Siegen service office directly at any time. The Service Office will be happy to help you find individual solutions to enable students of this risk group to participate in courses and thus successfully complete the 2020 summer semester.

Contact Inclusive University of Siegen

Dr. Sonja Weber-Menges

Representative for students with disability and/or chronic Disease
Coordinator Service Office Inclusive University of Siegen

Web: https://inklusive.uni-siegen.de/buero/
Email: behindertenberatung@uni-siegen.de / service-inklusion@uni-siegen.de
Mobile: +49(0)175/600-4044


How do I behave with regard to face-to-face events if I belong to a risk group?

In accordance with the recommendations for contact reduction of the Robert Koch Institute (status: 03-20-2020), students of the so-called risk group cannot/should not take part in attendance events for their own protection where the necessary distance cannot be guaranteed. Traveling by public transport is also not advisable. Lecturers at the University of Siegen are requested to offer flexible forms of participation and service provision for students with pre-existing conditions and/or a weakened immune system caused by medication.

  • Inform your lecturers by e-mail as soon as possible that you are not able to attend classroom sessions for the reasons mentioned above, but would still like to participate in the corresponding event. This information will of course be treated confidentially.
  • Please provide your lecturers with a digital/postal certificate which releases them from physical participation in courses due to the justified danger of a serious course of illness in case of an infection with COVID-19! This certificate can be submitted in the first 4 weeks of the semester.
  • Ask your lecturers to inform you about the alternative forms of participation, service provision, consultation hours, etc. that exist within the specific course. These may vary depending on the course.
  • If, despite all efforts, it is not possible to participate for good reasons, this semester will not count towards the standard period of study.

In addition, affected students have the opportunity to contact the Inclusive University of Siegen Service Office directly at any time in case of problems, questions or uncertainties. The Service Office will be happy to help you find individual solutions to enable students of this risk group to participate in courses and thus successfully complete the summer semester 2020.

Contact Inclusive University of Siegen

Dr. Sonja Weber-Menges

Representative for students with disability and/or chronic Disease
Coordinator Service Office Inclusive University of Siegen

Web: https://inklusive.uni-siegen.de/buero/
Email: behindertenberatung@uni-siegen.de / service-inklusion@uni-siegen.de
Mobile: +49(0)175/600-4044


 

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