Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - School of Business and Economics

Information of the Dean’s Office and the administration of the School of Business and Economics on the immediate measures taken at HU to prevent the spread of the coronavirus (Oct 2021)

The Dean's Office and the administration of the School of Business and Economics work closely together and deal intensively with solutions to current questions concerning research, teaching and examination. Information on the regulations and decisions of the university and the School of Business and Economics are compiled here structured according to areas, and systematically updated on an ongoing basis.

General information on measures and regulations at Humboldt-Universität can be found on the central information website of the university and the website of the Berliner Senat.


Access to the university buildings

The faculty buildings SPA 1 and DOR 1 will be open again for HU members (employees, students and guests with authorization) from October 4, 2021.

  • study rooms at SPA 1 - reopening: October 04
  • PC pools at SPA 1 - reopenin: October 18
  • cafeteria at SPA 1 - reopening: October 18

If you have any questions, please contact the Dean' Office (dekanat.wiwi@hu-berlin.de).

 

Libraries and central (computer) workspaces
The university library incl. (PC) workstations and the central PC pools are also open again. Further information can be found on the websites of the University Library and the Computer- und Medienservice.

 

Duty to wear masks/ mouth-nose cover
In the buildings and on all traffic areas of the university, there is an obligation to wear at least one medical mask. This also applies to libraries and study rooms as well as during lectures, examinations and meetings for the entire duration of the event.

The following applies to offices:
- At your own workplace, you may continue to work without a mask.
- The obligation to wear a mouth-nose cover applies in all rooms of the university if more than one person is present.
- For offices with multiple occupancy, open-plan offices, laboratories and the like, which are secured by appropriate measures in accordance with the SARS-CoV-2 occupational safety standards, there is no obligation to wear a mouth-nose cover. Wearing a mouth-nose cover is strongly recommended.
Information on administrative processes

From October 1, 2021, work in presence will take place in principle, taking into account the workplace-specific risk assessment. Please note that some services will continue to be offered on a limited basis only.

Teaching and Studies

Examination office

Requests, submission of certificates by e-mail to pruefungsbuero-wiwi(at)hu-berlin.de:

  • Please use your HU-Account and
  • Please enter your matriculation number
Examinations

Current information on examinations:
https://www.wiwi.hu-berlin.de/en/study/pa/standardpage?set_language=en
https://www.wiwi.hu-berlin.de/en/study/pa/exam?set_language=en

Bachelor's and Master's theses
Current information on registration and submission:
https://www.wiwi.hu-berlin.de/en/study/pa/standardpage?set_language=en


Incoming/ outgoing students
The HU International Division provides comprehensive information on current developments. For detailed information, please refer to the website of the International Division.
Contact hours faculty
We ask for your understanding that the personal office hours of the professors, the scientific staff and the opening hours of the secretariats may be limited at the moment. Contact details can be found on the websites of the departments.
Further documents/ inquiries
Sickness notifications, "Anerkennungsnachweise" and all other applications should be send as pdf file by e-mail to: pruefungsbuero-wiwi@hu-berlin.de

Please always quote your matriculation number in all inquiries you send to examination office.

Further information and FAQ for students can be found on the central HU website "Update Corona".
 
Doctoral studies
Doctoral colloquia will again be held in attendance. Admission requirement is proof of vaccination or convalescence or proof of a negative test result, which must not be older than 48 hours.