Educational activities, periodic planning

Second semester/third trimester 2020/21
Suspension of in-person teaching and learning as of 5 March

Thursday, 4 March, 2021

Following the Ordinance signed by the President of the Lombardy Region today establishing the inclusion of the entire regional territory in the dark orange area, all classes will take place remotely from 5 March through 14 March 202

 

Blended teaching will continue in the second semester/third trimester of 2020/21. Educational activities have been planned according to programme-specific training needs and in compliance with social-distancing and sanitation measures. 

There may be changes to planned activities based on risk scenarios (yellow, orange and red) as outlined in the Rector's Decree of 3 March 2021.

Visit the timetable portal to learn how in-person and online classes will take place. Please also check regularly the noticeboard on the home page of your degree programme. 

Access rules for international students may vary depending on the current situation in their home countries and health protection provisions.

Online classes will mostly take place in synchronous mode, with some asynchronous contributions, with a view to encouraging student participation.

On-campus activities (lectures, in-depth work, exercises) will be repeated over multiple shifts or made available in web conference mode. Moreover, you can always access teaching materials remotely.

To participate in on-campus activities and study in the library, you must book your seat using the schedule portal or lezioniUnimi. Both the portal and the app allow you to select the heading “Book your seat”, log in using your University credentials and reserve your place in class.

All University areas that are open will undergo the daily cleaning required by law and will have dispensers for sanitising hand gel. In order to regulate the overall use of premises, there will be separate entrances and exits and specific rules on how many people may access rooms and communal services as well as procedures to adopt. 

Information on your programme website

Check regularly the noticeboard on the home page of your degree programme.