from 1st September and until 31st December, to access the university structures and buildings is required the EU COVID GREEN PASS, which proofs that a person has either been vaccinated against COVID-19, received a negative test result or recovered from COVID-19. The certifications issued by the Canadian health authorities, Japan, Israel, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (including Gibraltar, Isle of Man, Channel Islands and bases on the island of Cyprus and excluding non-territories belonging to the European continent) and the United States of America are recognized as equivalent.
From 1st September until 3rd September from 9.00 to 18.00, unvaccinated international students, already arrived in Naples at the moment and who have received the codice fiscale, can go to the OPEN DAYS (without age limits and without reservation) at the vaccination HUBs of the Maritime Station (city center), the Mostra d’oltremare (only 1 and 2 September) (Fuorigrotta) and the Fagianeria of the Royal Park of Capodimonte .
For students in possession of unrecognized vaccinations, it will be assessed on a case-by-case basis pending further provisions from the government authorities.
The check of the Green Pass for students will be done on a random basis.
International and Excanghe students who need to undergo a molecular swab can contact Ms. Marina Alfano (email@example.com) who will arrange an appointment at CEINGE (Center for Research and Molecular Diagnostics).
Further updates will follow.
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
The SEAS 4.0 Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree is within its preparatory year, so possible implications affecting the beginning of the 1st Intake in September 2021 can not be determined yet.
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: https://www.unina.it/ateneo/covid19-infostudenti
At University of A Coruña: https://udc.es/en/covid-19/
EACEA Reports and recommendations