Our response to Covid-19
Measures under Covid-19
Studienkolleg NRW has currently suspended classroom teaching at the campus until 19 April 2020. Instead, the courses are taking place in virtual formats.
Studienkolleg NRW and Hochschule Fresenius have dealt directly with the challenges surrounding the coronavirus and made the necessary adjustments. We guarantee that you will still be empowered to achieve your main goal of passing the university entrance examination. This is our promise – and we are keeping it also in these difficult times.
In the digital age, we are well equipped both technically and in terms of personnel: Through online-based learning, which consists of virtual classrooms and e-learning platforms, we can guarantee our value proposition. Virtual classrooms are already being used successfully in our current courses and are enjoying great popularity. Due to the small group sizes and the resulting ideal lecturer-student ratio, you also have the best possible learning and development conditions. Please contact us for further information on the process and functions of our virtual learning formats.
The team of Studienkolleg NRW is still available by phone and e-mail for information, support and advice. We are here for you!
Applications for the winter semester 2020/21 are also still possible!
Your health is our top priority!
Take care of yourself and contribute to slowing down the spread of the coronavirus and protect each other.
- Do not meet with other people!
- Avoid public places and places with many people
- Shop only once a week!
- The food supply is guaranteed, do not start panic buying!
- Wash your hands regularly with soap (for at least 30 seconds)!
- Do not touch your face!
- Keep a minimum distance of 2 meters from other people!
General information and links
Persons who experience symptoms of a possible illness (especially cough and fever) are urgently requested to contact their family doctor by telephone, who will then take further steps. Those affected are explicitly requested not to visit doctors’ practices in person in order to avoid subsequent infections.
Please find here further information on hygiene measures of the Federal Centre for Health Education.
City of Cologne: Information on the new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 and the situation in Cologne
Federal Foreign Office: Information on the coronavirus
Robert Koch Institute: The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) assesses the risk for the population in Germany and provides recommendations for the public
Hotline (Bürgertelefon) for the Coronavirus of the city of Cologne: 0221-221-33500.
The hotline is available Monday to Friday from 7 to 18 o’clock.
Hotline for the Coronavirus of the state of NRW: 0211-91191001
The hotline is available on Monday to Friday from 8.00 to 18.00 hours.