As soon as it is legally permitted by the Berlin Senate, we will resume regular “on campus” operations. Until further notice, teaching will take place online.
Exams: All exam dates are determined by each professor regarding their rescheduling. Please contact them for any inquiries. This applies to all undergraduates and MBA students.
Graduation: Graduating this year is possible without a question. Should you have any questions regarding your status please contact firstname.lastname@example.org . In terms of having a graduation ceremony, we hope to still do so, Coronavirus willing. If we are unable to gather in public due to government regulations, then we will try to find another way of substituting it.
MA Holocaust Studies & Communication students: schedules and online-classes incl. syllabi are in preparation. Please stay in touch with Prof. Dr. Klein (HIST Module), Prof. Dr. Lehnstaedt (COMM Module) and Dr. Klaus Herrmann FU Berlin (JHIST/TOL modules).
The new semester will start on September 14th 2020.
Any further questions: Please stay in contact with us should you have further concerns or questions by directly emailing email@example.com. Our main office will be able to connect you to staff or faculty who may be able to answer your inquiry more specifically.
Our educational institution remains at work during this time. We are currently teaching online. All administrative staff continue to work as usual (home office / mobile work). All your inquiries will be processed.
Undergraduate and MBA programs: If you are a prospective student, you may apply with predicted grades if your final exams have been delayed. Applications will be handled online, so you can apply right now if you wish: scanned copies of application documents can be emailed to the Admissions Officer, Scott Meyer at firstname.lastname@example.org or they may be uploaded to the online application form.
Classes begin on September 14th 2020 and you will have until then to submit your final High School Diploma/Abitur/IB grades. Even beyond that, in times of Covid-19 we have extended admission deadlines.
Interviews will be conducted via Zoom or Skype, and then acceptance documents will be both emailed and posted to successful students.
MA Holocaust Communication & Tolerance program: Prof. Dr. Klein switches the MA-Colloquium to online-advisory (individual and as group) via zoom, skype and email. Please contact him at email@example.com. Concerning MA applicants, please use our admissions-site on the website for general questions.
ALL PROGRAMS: Students requiring a visa to enter Germany should check with their local German embassy or consulate to see how their visa processing is being affected by Covid-19.
The Berlin Senate is working on a simplified visa procedure for our potential students. Please contact us directly for this. As soon as there are new regulations, we will update it on this passage.
Any further questions: In this Cornonavirus situation, we are trying our best to be flexible and service-oriented, especially with the registration deadlines but also with all of your concerns. Contact us if you have any questions by directly emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Our main office will be able to connect you to staff or faculty who may be able to answer your inquiries more specifically.
Staff & Faculty
Should faculty need more information on how to use Zoom or Canvas successfully, please contact the Main office for general questions, Mr. Fogel for IT questions, or our Dean of Undergraduate Programs, Prof. Dr. Larisa Buhin Krenek for further inquiries. Dr. Fishbane from our Touro College New York campus has offered to provide materials and tutorials. Please simply reach out.
Faculty, please to direct any questions regarding classes and online teaching to your respective deans.