COVID-19

Tuition and Exams

Exams and tuition can be organized to full extent.


The organization of the winter semester 2021/2022 will depend on the development of the epidemiological situation. Based on the current state-wide measures, it is be expected that tuition will take place in a standard mode, i.e. in person, in accordance with the accreditation. Guarantors of individual study programs can decide to incorporate elements of remote tuition into standard in-person operation. If someone cannot attend in-person tuition for well-founded and justified reasons, the course instructor will ensure hybrid tuition in order to allow all students to complete the course.



Academic ceremonies (graduation) and mass academic events

With effect from 1 March 2022 the protective measure that governed the conditions for the holding of mass events lapsed. There are therefore currently no restrictions on mass events (with the exception of the wearing of face masks; see below).



This means that Covid status does not have be demonstrated by:


  • students participating in education,

  • students when entering catering facilities (canteens),

  • students, graduates and other persons involved in matriculation and graduation,

  • applicants and other persons involved in faculty open days.



Respiratory Protection

The obligation to cover the mouth and nose with a respirator inside the Faculty/CU buildings was abolished.



Dorms and Canteens

Students are not required to provide proof of their Covid status on entering dorms or catering facilities (canteens).



How to log in to online instruction applications (MS Teams and Office 365)

  • On logging in MS Teams and any other Office 365 application, please follow the guidelines on Charles University website here, use the British flag tab to switch into English. When logging in for the first time, please follow the guidelines of How to sign in the University Office 365 environment here.


    This is because MS Teams is an integral part of Office 365 and it does not use the email address you have listed in the Student Information System (SIS). MS Teams uses login that appears as PersonalNumber@cuni.cz. You can find your Personal Number in Personal Data on them main SIS website. Please note that only this method of logging in and no other will grant you access to all instruction materials in MS Teams and will secure smooth operation of online instruction.


  • Setting the forwarding function in your e-mail account: All messages from your Teams pertaining to you respective courses, alerts on new conversations, assignments etc. are not sent to your email address listed in the SIS. Instead, they are sent to your email address that comes into existence automatically upon the configuration of your logging in to Office 365 applications (including MS Teams) and it appears as follows: PersonalNumber@o365.cuni.cz. Therefore it is vital that you set the forwarding function in this account correctly so that all messages generated within MS Teams are sent to the email address you use on regular basis, i.e. the email address you have listed for the SIS.


    In order to set the forwarding function:

    i) open your email PersonalNumber@o365.cuni.cz in the Office 365 Outlook application by logging in Office 365 environment as mentioned above in point 1 or through https://www.office.com/. The Outlook application is to be found on the left-hand side of your screen.

    ii) In your Outlook email account go to Settings and then to View All Outlook Settings. In Mail, select Forwarding and enter your email address listed in the SIS. For details, see the manual here.


    Only if you follow these guidelines you will receive all notifications about your respective Teams to your email account.


This manual was made by Mgr. et Mgr. Tereza Jiroutová Kynčlová, Ph.D., Mgr. Lubica Kobová, Ph.D., doc. Věra Sokolová, Ph.D. Thank you very much.



Students of foreign-language programmes

In order to allow all students to start their studies, we have facilitated remote registration through the Study Information System for applicants who have been accepted for study and cannot, for demonstrable, objective reasons, be physically present for registration. Applicants will be informed of this procedure by their faculties.



UK Point, Centrum Carolina advisory centres, Hostivař Sports Centre

CU Card Service Centres

All of the CU card service centres are open. Some of them may have limited opening hours. You can check the relevant opening hours on the CU website.


Centrum Carolina advisory centres

The psychological, social, legal and career advisory centres at the Carolina Centre continue to operate without restriction.


Training centres and Hostivař Sports Centre

The Charles University Training Centres shall be open from 10 May 2021.


The Hostivař Sports Center will open for practical tuition on 10 May, conditional on compliance with the relevant hygiene measures. In the event of any queries, please do not hesitate to contact the University at .




Contacts

If you have questions about the coronavirus epidemic, write to or call to +420 224 491 850 (Monday-Thursday 8.00-16.00, Friday 9.00-15.00).


If you have been ordered to stay in quarantine, your COVID-19 test came back positive or you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us via .




Last change: March 14, 2022 10:04 
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