Current information on dealing with the Corona pandemic

Service tent (Mensa am Park) open again

Since 6 April, food and drinks once again been available in the tent for staff and students of the Weimar universities, from Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. In-house consumption is possible, as is taking away food. Payment is possible with the thoska card only. Please observe the applicable hygiene rules.

Extension of the standard individual period of study

The Thuringian state parliament has decided to extend the standard individual period of study. Those students who were or are enrolled in the winter semester 2020/21 or in the summer semester 2021 and have not been granted leave of absence will receive one additional semester in the standard period of study for each of these semesters. → More information (as well as effects on examination deadlines, long-term tuition fees and BAföG)

Studies and teaching in the summer semester

The summer semester 2021 will also be a Corona semester. You can find out how courses and exams are planned in the current Presidident's letter.

Rapid test centre at the Bauhaus University

On Tuesday, 30 March 2021, the city of Weimar is opening a test centre on campus of the Bauhaus University (Bauhausstraße 7b). Students and employees from the LISZT University can be tested for the coronavirus during the opening hours. Tests are free of charge and no prior registration is necessary. → Further information
On the website of the city of Weimar you will find the other test centres of the city as well as information about vaccination.

Interim financial aid for students also in the summer semester 2021

The interim financial aid from the Federal Ministry of Education will continue to be paid in the summer semester of 2021. Students who find themselves in an emergency situation due to the pandemic can continue to receive up to 500 euros per month. Applications will be reviewed by the Studierendenwerk Thüringen, but can only be submitted via the nationwide platform at https://www.überbrü→ More information

From paper to smartphone: contact data collection with QRONITON

The previous paper-based "contact data collection" has been switched to a QR-code-based, electronic procedure. QRONITON has been designed especially for use at universities and is already being used successfully at other universities in Thuringia. Instructions as well as details on how the system works and how to protect your personal data can be found on the page "Contact data collection".