Hybrid learning at the UE!
For 2022, UE will continue to offer our students the concept of "hybrid teaching" and digital knowledge transfer. Our campuses in Hamburg , Berlin , Innovation Hub and Iserlohn are open and offer you all the advantages of a face-to-face university. However, you also have the option of taking part in lectures digitally. It is particularly important to us that, despite the geographical distance, we convey a sense of togetherness and promote exchange between students.
* Important note: Face-to-face events are held in accordance with and subject to legal requirements. It cannot be guaranteed that classroom teaching will be possible throughout the semester (in this case, however, teaching will continue to be digital, live).
As a classroom university, we are pleased to be able to welcome students back to campus, taking into account the current hygiene measures and health requirements. Lecture rooms, our laboratories, studios and libraries are open for you from the beginning of the lecture period, subject to compliance with the hygiene rules. If the legal provisions on distance rules etc. change, we will react immediately and inform you.
For lectures with a particularly high number of participants, rotation principles can be used, in which smaller groups switch weekly between face-to-face and online teaching.
The UE Hybrid Teaching concept allows us to give all groups our undivided attention. Both the students in attendance and the students participating online are integrated on an equal footing.
Our students benefit from the hybrid methods, which pave the way for us to teach and learn nationally, across campuses and in an interdisciplinary manner at our 4 campuses in Berlin, Potsdam, Hamburg and Iserlohn, and to strengthen our network.
The modern setup enables us to adapt flexibly and quickly to developments in the number of infections. Career, arsenal, library and student services are also still available online.
For hybrid teaching, we have upgraded our equipment with special camera and microphone systems and MS Teams computers and developed different room concepts for different teaching situations. In certain classrooms, for example, it will be possible to show the online participants and the teaching material on two screens at the same time. At the same time, newly installed cameras give an insight into the entire room, enabling online participants to see their fellow students even though they are on campus.