Date: 30 September 2022
Dear students, lecturers, and visitors,
The following information is relevant for the winter semester (start: 1 October 2022):
This semester will be taught in person
We believe social interaction is a vital and valuable part of studying and we want to make sure you get as much out of your time at SRH as possible. That means all courses will be taught at their campuses and you will be able to attend classes in person.
However, we grant exceptions to students who are unable to enter the country because of problems with their visas. If we can verify that it isn’t possible for you to enter Germany because of visa issues, you may request your lecturers to offer hybrid teaching. We will provide you with a temporary solution for a maximum of 5 weeks after the start of the semester.
Although masks are not compulsory, we recommend that SRH students and staff wear masks in all university buildings. This will protect yourself and others.
If you have Covid-19 symptoms, please stay home and get tested as a precaution.
If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out. We are looking forward to seeing you soon.
Your SRH Campus Hamburg
FAQs Frequently Asked Questions
- How can I contact your study advisors in order to make an appointment?
The study advisors at our schools are happy to guide you through our range of study programmes, the application process, admission requirements and financing options. Please find their contact details here.
- Can I get a campus tour?
Yes, we can offer campus tours at the moment. Please contact us for an individual tour. You can also have a look at our virtual tours and campus videos on Youtube. We recommend to wear an FFP2 mask.
- Are there any other information sessions that you offer?
Please find an overview of our current online and on-campus events here.
- I am not sure whether I can get a student visa in time because of Covid-19 and/or whether I can enter Germany. Can I study from home?
You can still apply online as we are adapting to the current situation. You can complete the first block of classes (the first five weeks of the semester) online. Please note that from the second block onwards, classes are held exclusively on campus.
- I am unable to take one of the usual English proficiency tests due to the current situation. Do you accept other (online) tests?
If you cannot take one of the standard English proficiency tests due to COVID-19, we are currently also accepting the following online English tests: Duolingo Certificate | result needed: 95 Points; TOEFL Special Home Edition | result needed: 87 ibt; IELTS Indicator | result needed: 6.5 overall
- Where can I find reliable information about the current health situation in Germany?
Please refer to the websites of public authorities that offer quality-assessed information, e.g. Federal Ministry of Health, State health ministries, Robert Koch-Institut, Federal Centre for Health Education. If necessary, the responsible local public health department will publish more information about the situation (Source: Robert Koch-Institut).
Other sources in English: Federal Foreign Office, International Air Transport Association, deutschland.de, European Commission, United Nations, Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community