MEASURES ADOPTED TO PROTECT THE HEALTH OF STUDENTS ATTENDING UNIVERSITY OF NAPLES
FACILITIES, FROM 27/09/2021
Anyone who enters the University’s facilities must possess and present the Green pass or,
alternatively, a certificate of exemption issued by the competent health authorities.
The security staff will carry out check possession of the access requirements at the university
facilities’ gates, on a random basis.
All teaching activities, including workshops, must be carried out in presence, respecting the social
distance of one meter, where possible, and wearing at least a surgical mask for all the duration of the
All other curricular activities must be carried out in the classroom, including, for example, profit
examinations and inter-course tests, teaching laboratories and exercises. Internships and educational
visits will be held in accordance with the provisions of the Schools and Departments and the
instructions of the Prevention and Protection Service.
Until the 28th February 2022, lectures will be transmitted via the TEAMS platform
In this section, all information regarding the influence of COVID – 19 in the implementation and development of SEAS 4.0 Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree will be published timely as soon as it becomes available, according to the worldwide situation at each moment
However, Consortium Universities are nowadays applying COVID-19 protocols which will be considered together with Reports and recommendations published by EACEA regarding good practices and recommendations for Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees while proposing possible measures for the beginning of the SEAS 4.0 intake 2021/2022.
At University of Naples Federico II: http://www.international.unina.it/erasmus/
At University of A Coruña: https://udc.es/en/covid-19/
At Technical University of Hamburg: https://www.tuhh.de/alt/tuhh/tu-hamburg/newsroom/covid-19.
EACEA Reports and recommendations