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Lectures, classes and events cancelled due to coronavirus threat

Lectures, classes and events cancelled due to coronavirus threat

Due to the spread of coronavirus in Europe, the Jagiellonian University authorities have decided to cancel or postpone a number of upcoming events. For the details, please contact the event organisers.

Furthermore, following the safety recommendations of the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate, JU Rector Prof. Wojciech Nowak has cancelled all classes and lectures, halted the process of accommodating new students in dormitories, and closed the University museums to visitors, starting from 11 March. Some of the museums will be re-opened on May 25. Additionally, all work- and study-related foreign travel to and from the Jagiellonian University, participation in conferences, and visits by foreign guests are also temporarily prohibited.

Wherever applicable, classes, lectures and other events should be made available on-line. More information is available at the links below.

Actions taken at the Jagiellonian University to combat the spread of coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (in English)

Regulation No. 24 on preventing the spread of COVID-19 in the academic community of the Jagiellonian University (in English)

JU Chancellor's announcement on changes in work organisation at the University

JU Rector's ordinance on special working arrangements

JU Rector's ordinance on distant learning arrangements

JU Rector's ordinance on extending tuition fee payment deadlines

JU Rector's ordinance on changes in tuition and accommodation fee payments

JU Rector's ordinance on the functioning of the Jagiellonian University from 25 May to 30 September (in English)

JU Chancellor's announcement on free medical check-ups for University staff

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