Technische Universität Berlin
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Coronavirus: Important Information for All Members of TU Berlin

Phased plan for University operations under pandemic conditions

Due to the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, numerous new regulations and up-to-date information for the University have been announced. The TU Berlin Crisis Committee regularly provides information on this page about the most recent developments. Please visit this page regularly to remain up to date.

The Senate Chancellery for Science and Research, in coordination with the Berlin State Conference of Rectors and Presidents (LKRP), has developed a phased plan for college and university operations in Berlin under pandemic conditions to enable the city’s combined higher education establishments to react quickly and appropriately to changing rates of infection in Berlin.

On the basis of this plan, the TU Berlin Crisis Committee has developed specific details and measures for our University.

TU Berlin’s phased plan becomes effective from 19 October 2020. The plan envisages three phases for University operations under pandemic conditions.

Phase 2 has been in operation since 19 October 2020 and will continue until further notice.

Important: TU Berlin hygiene regulations apply during all phases. On the instructions of the Federal State of Berlin and until further notice, face masks providing mouth and nose protection are to be worn in all closed spaces where more than one person is present at the same time. This applies to lectures and classes, examinations, offices occupied by more than one person, and libraries as well as all meetings, committee sessions, etc. held on campus.

TU Berlin's Crisis Committee

Members of the Crisis Committee

  • The president
  • The director of the Executive Office
  • The acting vice president for administration (head of the Crisis Committee)
  • The University spokesperson
  • The University physician
  • The head of Occupational Health and Safety Services and Environmental Protection


Crisis Committee