On this page we summarize important information of the FH Salzburg and links about Corona.
SUAS Covid-19 Registration Office
Notification of positive Covid-19 cases and separation/quarantine notifications
Update: 02.09.2021, 11:00
- Access controls / Control 3-G proof
In order to guarantee presence and the highest possible security for students, lecturers and staff, the 3-G rule (tested, vaccinated, recovered) applies at all FH Salzburg locations.
Access to the buildings is only possible with appropriate proof and only via the main entrances. The 3-G certificates will be checked at the main entrance.
Campus Urstein and Campus Kuchl:
Start of access controls: at the entrance Campus Urstein from 6.9., at the entrance Campus Kuchl from 10.9..
Mon - Fri 07:30 - 17:30
Sat 07:30 - 14:00 (at Campus Kuchl until 13:00)
The control times are also the opening hours when students can enter the building.
Entering the Meierei is only possible after prior 3-G control at the main entrance at Campus Urstein.
If, in exceptional cases, classes start outside of these times, teachers and/or staff of the study programmes will ensure that the 3-G proofs are checked when entering the building and that the rules are observed.
Please be sure to allow enough time and arrive at the locations in good time in case there are delays due to the checks at the entrance.
Campus Salzburg, SALK/CDK:
Students of the health sciences programmes can only enter via the main entrances of the Salzburg Provincial Hospitals (e.g. Mülln, Aiglhof parking garage). There, the 2-G certificate will be checked at the general control gate. A green wristband is required for participation in classes. The 2-G proof must always be carried and shown at controls.
The Kardinal-Schwarzenberg-Klinikum in Schwarzach has its own security concepts and Corona rules. These must be followed.
Premises in Urstein Wissenspark:
Students, lecturers and staff will be informed separately by the programme.
- Masks/FFP2 masks
Masks are still compulsory in the communal and traffic areas of the FHS locations.
Mandatory - for your own safety - is the wearing of an FFP2 mask if the distance is less than 1 m.
- Teaching, study and general FH operations
The FH Salzburg is planning the WS 21/22 in attendance. Currently, studying, teaching, research and work are being carried out on site. If there are any changes due to the epidemiological situation, necessary adjustments will have to be made.
Please note the current timetable for teaching.
The lending/returning of media remains as usual.
Library at the Urstein Campus:
Opening hours from 6 September 2021: Mon - Fri 09:00 -17:30 and Sat 09:00 - 13:00.
Library at the Kuchl Campus:
Opening hours from 15 September 2021: Mon - Fri 08:00 - 12:00 and 13:00 - 17:30; Sat 09:00 - 13:00
- Corona-Vaccination bus at the Urstein Campus (14.9., 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.)
Our appeal: Get vaccinated! Only a high vaccination rate will protect you and others from infections and also ensure that you can study, teach and work in the presence of others.
The vaccination bus of the province of Salzburg comes directly to the Urstein Campus: Tuesday, 14.9. from 10 am - 5 pm at Campus Urstein. WITHOUT registration, free of charge.
Only first vaccinations are carried out with the Johnson&Johnson vaccine and first and second vaccinations with Biontech.
As soon as there are updates and new developments, we will inform you in time.
TIP: Opportunities for vaccination and testing in Salzburg
Covid-Update, 26.08.2021, 14:00
Unfortunately, the pandemic has not taken a summer break. On the contrary: due to the rapid spread of the delta variant, the number of infections is rising again, which is why the Corona vaccination in conjunction with the application of the 3-G rule are the central measures so that in the winter semester it will once again be possible to study, research and work in the greatest possible presence and safety on site. We are pleased to provide you with the first important information on this today.
- Joint vaccination appeal to students
The Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research (BMBWF) is calling on all students to be vaccinated before the start of the winter semester 2021/22. We are happy to forward you the letter from Science Minister Heinz Faßmann and the heads of the universities, universities of applied sciences, private universities and the Austrian National Union of Students (ÖH). https://www.bmbwf.gv.at/Themen/HS-Uni/Aktuelles/Impfaufruf-Studierende.html
- 3-G rule* remains in place; access controls
In order to enable face-to-face teaching on site and to ensure the safety of students, lecturers and staff, there will be access controls at the entrances to the Urstein and Kuchl campuses at the start of the semester: Admission to the buildings of the FHS is only possible in compliance with the 3-G rule* (vaccinated, tested, recovered).
We kindly ask you to install the app "Grüner Pass" https://www.gruenerpass.gv.at/app/ and to bring an ID (FHS card or driving licence/passport/ID card).
Details on the access controls at the Urstein Campus and the Kuchl Campus will be announced in due time.
For the locations at the Salzburg Provincial Hospitals or the Cardinal Schwarzenberg Hospital in Schwarzach, their own security concepts and Corona rules apply anyway.
- Mouth-nose protection (MNS)/face masks
Wearing a mask is recommended for your own safety, especially if the distance is less than 1 metre.
Masks are still required to be worn in the communal and circulation areas of the FHS sites.
Visitors/external guests are also subject to the 3-G rule, which is checked at the entrance.
Delivery services and mail with a stay of less than 15 minutes do not require a 3-G certificate, but an MNS mask is required.
- Hygiene measures
Please also observe the hygiene measures in the future. Regular hand washing and disinfecting has been shown to help prevent infections.
- Covid registration office
The FHS Covid-19 registration office is still active. Please report positive cases or quarantine notices to the following email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Corona Committee of the FH Salzburg focuses on the safety of all FH members (students, staff in teaching, research and services, etc.). Of course, the committee continues its work in the winter semester and regularly informs about new developments and measures.
- Opening hours cafeteria "FAGO" on Urstein Campus
The FAGO, the cafeteria on the Urstein Campus, will be open daily from Monday to Friday, from 10:00 to 15:00, from 6 September.
Attention: The 3-G rule/registration also applies at FAGO. Please only pay with the FHS card (note for first-semester students: you will receive the card on the first day of your studies and can then load it with money at the terminal).
Our appeal: Please take advantage of the offer to get vaccinated!
The province of Salzburg provides information about vaccination campaigns and locations of the mobile vaccination bus, where no pre-registration is necessary. www.salzburg.gv.at/einfachimpfen
The next dates in the immediate vicinity of the FH locations in Tennengau:
Thu, 26.08.2021, 4-8 p.m., Hallein, Impfstraße, Zatloukalstraße 1 (Biontech from 12 years).
Tue, 31.08.2021, 3-6.30 p.m., Kuchl, IMPFBUS, Bauhof, Markt 287 (Johnson&Johnson from 18 years)
Thu, 02.09.2021, 4-8 p.m., Hallein, Impfstraße, Zatloukalstraße 1 (Biontech from 12 years)
Thu, 02.09.2021, 4-8 p.m. 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Puch bei Hallein, IMPFBUS, car park Gemeindeamt, Halleiner Landesstraße 111 (Biontech from 12 years)
We will of course inform you again in good time if there are any further changes.
You can find all important information about Covid-19 on myFHS (LOGIN).
We look forward to welcoming you back soon and wish you a wonderful summer!
Doris Walter & Raimund Ribitsch
FH Salzburg Management
* 3-G rule / current validity of the respective tests
- Molecular biological test (e.g. PCR test): 72 hours from sample collection
- Antigen test of an authorised body (e.g. "Salzburg testet"): 48 hours from sample collection
- Antigen self-test recorded in an official data processing system: 24 hours
Update 05.07.2021, 15:30
Before the end of the semester and the summer, we are back with the most important Corona updates:
- Special vaccination campaign for students
We have succeeded in organising a special vaccination campaign for students. From now on, all students in Salzburg can register for the Corona vaccination (Impfstraße Messezentrum). To do so, go to www.salzburg-impft.at and select "Special vaccination campaign for students", or dial 1450 to register by telephone. The vaccine is that of Johnson&Johnson. This provides the advantage that all those vaccinated are fully immunised with just one shot (from the 22nd day onwards).
- Vaccination for (external) teachers/employees
A large part of the employees have taken advantage of the possibility to be vaccinated via the FH Salzburg. There are no longer any restrictions regarding age groups when registering for the vaccination. Therefore, please take advantage of the opportunity to be vaccinated.
A high vaccination coverage rate not only makes you safer, but also the study, teaching and work operations on campus.
- 3-G rule remains in place
Admission to the buildings of the FHS is only permitted in compliance with the 3-G rule. The respective proof must be shown at controls: Vaccinated, Tested or Recovered. This rule also applies in the canteen (Fago).
- Mouth-Nose-Protection (MNS)/Masks
From now on, the obligation to wear a mask only applies to the common areas and circulation areas of the FHS sites; the mask can be removed at the seat or in the offices. In addition, there is no longer any obligation to wear FFP2 masks exclusively; other masks (e.g. made of fabric) are also permitted.
- Outlook for the winter semester 2021/22
The FH Salzburg is planning - according to the current state of the pandemic - to spend the winter semester 21/22 mainly in attendance and in compliance with the 3-G rules.
Nevertheless, we ask students to monitor their current timetable in good time in order to be aware of any changes at short notice.
- Covid registration office
The FHS Covid-19 registration office will remain active over the summer. Please continue to report positive cases or segregation/quarantine notices to this office. (Mail: email@example.com)
The Corona Committee of the FH Salzburg will also continue its work.
The pandemic does not take a holiday and will probably accompany us through the summer. When planning your holidays, please pay attention to the respective regulations in the destination countries and, if necessary, plan for some time to spare after your return.
We look forward to seeing you again in the winter semester - in compliance with the 3G rules, of course.
If there are any changes, we will of course inform you in good time.
Best wishes, stay healthy and have a nice relaxing summer!
Doris Walter & Raimund Ribitsch
FH Salzburg Management
Update: 28.06.2021: 3-G, Covid vaccination
The summer semester is drawing to a close, and we wish you every success with your exams and internships.
Before we meet again in the winter semester - hopefully much more in presence - a recommendation: Take advantage of the vaccination offers over the summer, if you haven't already done so. Regardless of whether it's at your home, place of residence or place of study. A high vaccination coverage rate not only makes you safer, but also makes studying and teaching on campus safer. All immunization options, from immunization lanes to office-based primary care physicians, are happy to serve you; there are also no longer any restrictions on age groups.
We look forward to seeing you again in the winter semester - adhering to 3G rules, of course.
All the best and have a nice summer!
For the ÖH FH Salzburg:
For the FH Salzburg management:
Doris Walter & Raimund Ribitsch
As of today, 18.06.2021, the FFP2 mask obligation at the seat at the FH Salzburg is dropped. This means that the FFP2 mask can be removed at the seats during lessons/during exams.
The following basic rules remain in force:
- "3-G" rule: tested, vaccinated, recovered: Students must present appropriate proof (see myFHS for further details). Teachers and/or staff of the study programmes ensure that these rules are observed and that the 3-G proofs are checked.
- Minimum distances (> 1 metre) must still be observed. Where this is not possible (e.g. health science courses), the FFP2 mask requirement still applies.
- Likewise, the FFP2 mask obligation remains on all general areas at the FH Salzburg locations.
Info Update: 01.06.2021, 4 pm
As of 10 June, the Covid measures at the FH Salzburg will be relaxed and the FH-internal traffic light will be set to YELLOW.
After months of lockdown, the opening steps allow for more normality and a return to the FH. Nevertheless, the 3-G rule and the hygiene and behavioural guidelines of the FH Salzburg will continue to apply from 10 June.
- Teaching and examinations: Students will find information on the form in which the course/examination will take place (on-site or online) in the respective current timetable.
- Library: For a stay longer than 15 min in the library, a 3-G certificate is required. The lending/returning of media remains as usual.
- Mensa: From 7 June, the "Fago" will open on the Urstein Campus from Monday to Thursday from 10:30 am to 2 pm. Current info and guidelines for on-site consumption can be found soon on myFHS (> Infrastruktur & Support > Fago).
General security measures
The following basic rules remain in effect:
- "3-G rule": tested, vaccinated, recovered: Students must present appropriate proof (see myFHS for further details). Teachers and/or staff of the study programmes ensure that these rules are observed and that the 3-G proofs are checked.
- FFP2 mask obligation: The FFP2 mask obligation continues to apply in the circulation areas (entrance area, corridors, lift, ...) and in all rooms.
Exception: For Bachelor's/Master's degree examinations, students may remove the FFP2 mask during the presentation.
- Distance: 1 m distance, use of designated one-way systems when entering and leaving the building and rooms. Avoid crowding/grouping.
- Report positive Covid-19 cases or segregation/quarantine notifications to the FHS Covid-19 Reporting Centre: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please use the existing testing infrastructure of the province of Salzburg.
Outlook for the winter semester 2021/22: From today's point of view, from the winter semester 2021/22 onwards, studies will mainly take place in attendance at the university.
We are pleased to be able to return to more normality with these relaxations. Of course, we will inform you as soon as further opening steps by the Federal Government take effect.
Infos Update: 11.05.2021, 11:30
On May 10, 2021 the new Covid regulation of the federal government for the period from May 19, 2021 was presented. For universities, distance learning is specified here as the predominant form of instruction until further notice. This will result in the following changes for us in our current operations this summer semester:
1. Equality of tested, vaccinated and recovered: At universities, it is (still) necessary to present evidence that one poses a "low epidemiological risk". You can prove this in several ways, including tests, proof of vaccination, or proof of antibodies. These federal guidelines also apply at UAS Salzburg as follows:
- A negative antigen self-test that has also been entered into a data processing system is generally accepted for 24 hours. Details are not yet available, please follow the current media coverage.
- A negative antigen test, such as one performed in a test lane, at a physician's office, or at a pharmacy, is valid for 48 hours.
- Negative PCR tests are valid for 72 hours.
- A vaccination also counts as an access authorization to the FH Salzburg. Namely, if the first bite was at least 22 days (but no longer than three months) ago; or if the second bite was no longer than nine months ago.
- Proof of having survived an illness is also accepted if the segregation certificate is not older than six months.
- A proof of neutralizing antibody test is valid for three months.
Until 18 May, the presentation of a negative antigen rapid test remains a prerequisite for participation in classroom teaching and examinations.
From 19 May onwards, the presentation of one of the six negative certificates listed above, either as a printout or on a mobile phone, is a prerequisite for participation in classroom teaching and examinations. In order to preserve personal data, the proofs of access will be viewed but not collected or stored. Students who cannot or do not want to provide any of the 6 above-mentioned proofs can then take the corresponding examination at the next opportunity, of course without losing an opportunity to take the examination.
2. The Covid traffic light for Salzburg is still on "red". In detail, therefore, the known rules apply - these must continue to be complied with unconditionally and without exception:
- FFP2 mask obligation (please take yourself).
- Keep a distance of 2 m or the designated seats in the lecture halls.
- Use the designated one-way systems when entering and leaving the building. In the case of lecture rooms, entering and exiting must be done individually, quickly and not in groups, in order to prevent "agglomerations" in the area of entering and exiting the rooms as well as in the foyers.
- The teachers or employees of the study programs are responsible for ensuring that these rules are observed or that the access authorizations (see point 1) are checked. In case of non-compliance, we are forced, in the interest of all, to ask the person in question to leave the building.
Please also note the current situation in the FHS communities and in the Tennengau region ("Entry and Exit Regulations").
3. In this context, the decision of the management and the rectorate to allow face-to-face teaching and examinations for non-substitutable courses still applies. If further relaxations and additional openings are still possible during the summer semester, we will be very happy to implement them without delay. The university management is unanimous: FH Salzburg is and will remain a face-to-face university. We know how important the return to presence is for the quality of teaching and a student life. So the sooner we get back to this step by step, the more desirable and better!
FH Salzburg management, FH Salzburg rectorate
Infos-Update: 15.04.2021, 10:00
Teaching & examinations until mid-May // Update on Corona measures at the FH Salzburg
We are now in the third semester determined by Covid19. Understandably, students and teachers are increasingly calling for a "return to the university". The Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research, which is responsible for higher education, also emphasises how important a return to face-to-face teaching is for learning and teaching processes and sees Covid testing as a "game changer" for the 2021 summer semester. Accordingly, there is now a National Council resolution available that opens up the option that we can make face-to-face teaching and examinations possible again step by step on the condition of a negative test on Covid - and while at the same time adhering to the known Covid regulations.
The rectorate and the management of the FH Salzburg have therefore decided to allow face-to-face teaching and examinations only for non-substitutable courses until mid-May of this year. For the time after that, we are working on scenarios and will announce them as early as possible, depending on the development of the general Covid situation.
So far, FH Salzburg has come through this pandemic comparatively well thanks to the prudence of everyone involved. To ensure that this remains the case, we see the necessity of unconditional compliance with security standards for the implementation of face-to-face teaching and examinations, because: The Covid traffic light for Salzburg is still on "red".
In detail, the following therefore applies:
(1) The known rules must be complied with unconditionally and without exception:
- FFP2 masks compulsory (please bring your own)
- Keep to the 2 m distance or the designated seats in the lecture halls
- Use the designated one-way systems when entering and leaving the building. Entering and leaving the lecture rooms must be done individually, quickly and not in groups in order to prevent "congestion" in the area of entering and leaving the rooms as well as in the foyers.
(2) Participation in classroom teaching and examinations requires the presentation of a negative rapid antigen test, either as a printout or on a mobile phone. In order to protect personal data, the test results will be viewed but not collected or stored. This test must be done through public test lanes, pharmacies or doctors' offices, must not be older than 48 hours and must be shown before entering teaching and examination rooms. Students who cannot or do not want to provide such a negative test result can then take the corresponding examination at one of the next dates, naturally without losing an opportunity to enter.
The teachers or employees of the study programme offices ensure that these rules are observed. In case of non-compliance, we are forced, in the interest of all, to ask the person concerned to leave the building.
We are sure that, with your responsible support, we will continue to succeed in gradually making the university the place it was created to be: As a place for personal encounters between students and teachers, discursive exchange and the joint development of creative ideas and innovative solutions.
FH Salzburg management, FH Salzburg rectorate
Update on 05.03.2021, 09:00
- Courses, examinations and admission procedures
Courses, examinations and admission procedures must continue to be held online. Only in exceptional cases can absolutely non-substitutable/postponable small group lectures or examinations/exams be held on site in small groups of a maximum of 18 persons, depending on the room size. These exceptions are decided by the course management. Of course, only under strict adherence to and control of hygiene measures (regular hand washing and disinfection, ventilation), minimum distance of 2 m and the wearing of FFP2 masks for all.
- Cross-border traffic and commuters
For all colleagues and students who do not have their main residence in Austria, the entry and exit regulations of the respective country must still be observed.
Appeal: Use the existing testing infrastructure of the province of Salzburg. It is not obligatory to be tested before an on-site examination/teaching event (the on-site measures remain in place even if the test result is negative). However, by getting tested, you contribute to reducing the spread of the virus. Info: https://www.salzburg.gv.at/themen/gesundheit/corona-virus/coronatests
Thank you very much for your understanding and support!
Update on 03.02.2021, 09:00
Please note the current regulations for commuters!
As of the beginning of February, stricter regulations for entering Austria are planned.
The province of Salzburg has summarised all current regulations on border traffic: https://www.salzburg.gv.at/themen/gesundheit/corona-virus/grenzverkehr
Bavaria has introduced a weekly test obligation for commuters, i.e. if you want to travel back from Austria to Bavaria/Germany, you need a negative Covid test. In addition, a digital entry registration is required if your stay lasted longer than 24 hours. Please inform yourself for your respective requirements.
Info Update: 25.01.2021, 13:00
In addition to the 'GF Hotline' of 18.01.2021, we would like to inform you about the new 3rd Covid-19 Emergency Measures Ordinance of the Federal Government and its implementation at the FH Salzburg.
This includes, among other things, the FFP2 mask obligation for all students, external lecturers and all employees in teaching, research and administration; as well as the extension of the minimum distance to 2 metres where possible; in exceptional cases this can remain at 1 metre.
We have summarised the most important rules at a glance in the attached poster (only available in german). Further details on courses or examinations can be found in the timetable or from your degree programme.
We are convinced that we can continue to offer the highest possible security and at the same time a predictable examination and study process.
With good planning, discipline and personal responsibility, we will all manage the next weeks and months together - thank you very much for your understanding and support!
Info Update: 18.01.2021, 14:30
As is probably already known, the general lockdown in Austria has been extended by at least two weeks until 08.02.2021. According to the current state of knowledge, the traffic light colour RED will apply to universities for much longer. This leads to the following fundamental decisions for the FH Salzburg (SUAS) - especially with regard to better planning security.
Courses and examinations:
- In order to improve planning for the summer semester, the Rectorate and the management have jointly decided that, as a matter of principle, all courses and examinations will be held online until the end of the Easter holidays (5 April 2021)!
- Only in exceptional cases, absolutely non-substitutable/non-postponable small group lessons or exams in small groups of a maximum of 18 persons, depending on the room size, can be held on site. These exceptions are decided by the course management. Of course, only in strict compliance with and control of hygiene measures (minimum distance, regular hand washing and disinfection, ventilation) and - now NEW - exclusively with FFP2 masks brought along by the students themselves. Note: FFP2 masks are available for teaching staff at the Infopoint on the Urstein Campus in exceptional cases. At the Kuchl Campus, such masks are available at IFO (2nd floor, Tel. 050/2211-2070).
- Larger on-site examinations or events (19+ persons) are therefore possible after Easter at the earliest from the current point of view; further information will follow from your study programme.
Access to buildings: The buildings on the Urstein and Kuchl campuses will remain closed until further notice; access to the SUAS buildings is only possible for students and external lecturers for approved attendance lectures and examinations with the FHS card from 07:30 - 16:00 (Monday to Friday). There is still no time restriction for staff members.
Access to libraries: To enter the building at the Urstein Campus, please call the Infopoint at the closed main entrance (gate intercom). At the Kuchl Campus, please call 050/2211-2500 at the entrance. There are still no time restrictions for staff members. The current opening hours of the libraries can be found in myFHS.
The Infopoint will remain open from 08:00 - 16:00.
The maximum office occupation of 1 person/office remains restricted, i.e. complete conversion to shift work and/or home office continues to be necessary. Please consult with the respective manager in this regard.
Commuter and border traffic: With regard to current quarantine or entry regulations, please note the currently valid developments and regulations of the respective countries of destination and origin. Unfortunately, there are also signs of tightening here, so check the current regulations for you regularly.
Tip: Take advantage of the free Corona quick tests in all Salzburg districts. More: https://service.salzburg.gv.at/lkorrj/detail?nachrid=64447
As soon as the conditions change, we will be happy to inform you quickly and as usual.
Thank you for your understanding and support, best regards and take care of your health!
All the best for 2021
Your management, Your Rectorate
Info Update, 21.12.2020, 14:30
The new lockdown in Austria from December 26th, 2020 up to and including January 24th, 2021 once again sets new framework conditions for the Salzburg University of Applied Sciences.
Specifically, this means the traffic light color RED for all locations of the Salzburg University of Applied Sciences, with very few exceptions:
Courses and exams:
- In principle, all courses and exams must continue to be held online!
- Only in exceptional cases, after prior notification by the course to email@example.com, absolutely non-substitutable / postponable small group lessons or exams / exams in small groups of less than 18 people can be held on site. Of course, only with strict compliance and control of the measures (masks, distance, hand washing, ventilation, etc.)
- Larger face-to-face exams on site (from 19 people) are therefore possible from 25.01.2021 at the earliest.
Access to the buildings: The Urstein and Kuchl campuses will remain closed until January 24, 2020.
From January 7th, 2020, access to the FH buildings is only possible for students and external lecturers in justified exceptional cases and with the FHS card from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (Monday to Friday).
As before, there are no time restrictions for employees.
The library will be closed until December 6th, 2021. From January 7th, 2021, the opening times in Urstein are from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The library in Kuchl is open from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Saturdays are closed at both locations.
The maximum office occupancy of 1 person / office remains restricted, i.e. Complete conversion to shift work and / or home office required. Please in consultation with the respective manager.
Commuters / border traffic from/to Germany: With regard to current quarantine or entry regulations, please note the current developments and regulations in the respective countries of destination and origin.
Thank you for your active support, best regards and take care of your health!
Merry Christmas and the very best for 2021!
Your FHS management
Important Covid-19 information
Students, lecturers and employees can find relevant information in the intranet (myFHS). These information pages are continuously updated.
- For students: Covid-19 Informationen für Studierende | Covid-19 Information for students (myFHS Login)
- For staff/FH-employees: Covid-19 Informationen für MitarbeiterInnen (myFHS Login)
For external lecturers: Covid-19 - Informationen für Lehrende | Covid-19 Informations for lecturers (myFHS Login)
The pages can also be found at the quicklinks on the myFHS homepage.
Covid-19 Rules of Conduct for the buildings of FH Salzburg
The basic principle is: The health of all FH Salzburg members (students, external lecturers, teaching, research and administrative staff) is our top priority.
Compliance with the rules is therefore essential for stable operations.
We thank you for the consistent implementation!