Since March 2020, in close cooperation with the executive leadership and faculties of the University of Augsburg, the communications and marketing department has been providing information on the development of the Covid 19 pandemic and relevant regulations.

Three years have passed since the outbreak of the pandemic in Germany, and we have just successfully completed the second semester of face-to-face teaching. With a great deal of caution, we have returned to regular life at the University of Augsburg. Now, from the summer semester 2023 onwards, we can not only continue with on-site teaching, learning, and research, as well as other diverse activities that make up university life, but also do so without any specific Covid 19 regulations.

We take this opportunity to sincerely thank everyone who worked or studied at the University of Augsburg during the pandemic for their support and extraordinary commitment, which was unfortunately necessary during this time.

This website will be deactivated on the 31st of March 2023.


Your University Executive

President Prof. Dr Sabine Doering-Manteuffel, Vice President Prof. Dr Peter Welzel, Vice President Prof. Dr Malte Peter, Vice President Prof. Dr Markus Dresel, Head of Administration Alois Zimmermann

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Like the previous summer semester, the winter semester 2022/2023 is to be held as an attendance semester under secure conditions. Details on the framework conditions for teaching can be found in this document:



Framework conditions and key points for teaching in the winter semester 2022/2023

Pregnant students please report immediately to the Student Information Office (


The current examination period will take place in person. No special 'corona regulations’ currently apply to examinations. *

Nevertheless, it is recommended to wear an FFP2 mask in the examination buildings and rooms. At your examination place, it is recommended to wear a mouth and nose covering (surgical mask). Room plans for examinations in the Messe (the exhibition hall) and the Mensa (canteen) can be found on the homepage of the examinations office under “Unsere Themen/Allgemeines.”

*Exceptions only apply to pregnant students, who can obtain the relevant information from the Student Information Office.


The test station was an important and very well-received service during the pandemic. Due to the sharp drop in demand in recent weeks, the testing station will close on the 31st of March.

Yes, some self-tests are still free. These can be ordered at the following email address:  


If you still have unanswered questions after reading the FAQs, please feel free to contact our e-mail hotline.




University employees please contact us by e-mail at


Students and applicants should contact the following e-mail address

Media representatives and the press

Journalists should contact the Press Office at the following address