COVID-19: measures at SRH University Heidelberg
Here you will find all important information on how to deal with COVID-19 at our university
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We started the summer semester at the SRH University Heidelberg on April 1 on time and according to plan. Our goal: to enable our students to complete their studies on schedule and without extending their standard period of study.
With the support of our IT department and the SRH Academy for Higher Education, our lecturers and professors have converted their classroom courses into digital teaching and learning formats with accompanied self-study.
During the conversion, we benefit from our CORE principle, which enables us to use numerous different teaching and learning formats and examination forms. Teaching in 5-week blocks allows us to plan step by step, which offers many advantages especially in this uncertain time.
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SRH University Heidelberg is one of the largest and oldest private universities in Germany. About 3,400 students are currently enrolled in six faculties. Being a private university, our first priority is to promote the personal success of our students. The effective combination of theoretical knowledge and practical experience and the benefits of close cooperation between professors and students motivate our students to excellence. The safe environment within our campus and the city of Heidelberg is essential for peaceful and productive studies. Germany is politically stable and places great value on peace, order, and a fair rule of law. The rights of all citizens are respected, regardless of their cultural, ethnic or religious background.