Date: 10 January 2022
Campus Covid Code (CCC) | New proof of 3G status for students
We would like to inform you about the new system for checking the 3G (vaccinated, recovered, tested) status upon entering the SRH campuses, which will go into effect on Monday, 17 January 2022.
To ensure safety in teaching and during campus visits, we will create a Campus Covid Code (CCC) for you, which you must use to register your presence in seminar rooms and the public spaces of our campuses. This randomly generated access code, the room number, and the duration of your visit will be saved for 30 days in order to track 3G statuses. This data is encrypted and stored in compliance with the current privacy guidelines. Without a valid access code you will not be allowed to enter seminar rooms from 17 January 2022 onward.
Where do you get the access code?
Starting Wednesday, 12 January 2022, you will receive this code by presenting your student ID as well as a valid vaccination certificate, proof of recovery through a former positive PCR test, an antigen quick test from an authorised testing location (maximum 24 hours old) or a PCR test (maximum 48 hours old).
You can present the aforementioned documents and receive your code at the libraries of all Berlin campuses.
BSM/BST: Mo - Th: 10 am – 6 pm, Fr: 10 am – 4 pm
BSDC: Mo & Th: 9 am – 3 pm, Tu & We: 10 am – 4 pm, Fr closed
SOPA: Mo, Tu, Th: 10 am - noon and 1 pm – 4 pm, We: 10 am - noon and 1 pm – 6 pm, Fr closed
At the DSM and SRH Campus Hamburg the code will be created at the reception desk.
After generating the code, you will receive it through email, which you can save and use to check in. Starting on 17 Janaury 2022, we will conduct frequent checks to ensure the safety of staff and students, we kindly ask for your understanding and cooperation.
In accordance with current infection control regulations, only those who have been vaccinated, tested, or have recovered may enter the university buildings, take advantage of university facilities and receive access to services. Those who are not fully vaccinated or considered recovered must be able to provide a rapid antigen test (max. 24h old) or PCR test (max. 48h old). Students who take part in several face-to-face lectures, seminars and examinations per week, need to provide evidence of at least two negative test results on non-consecutive days. Students who only participate in one face-to-face event per week only need evidence of one negative test result. For those students who are already vaccinated, participation requires: full vaccination plus 14 days.
We would like to encourage you to take advantage of the Germany-wide vaccination offer to prevent a further increase in the number of infections. By doing so, you protect yourself and society. We are happy to help you with this. Talk to us, contact your general practitioner, or contact the vaccination centres listed below:
- Berlin: Berlin Medical Care Center or overview of Berlin vaccination centres with and without appointments
- Hamburg: Hamburg vaccination centres with appointments & Hamburg vaccinations centres without appointments
- Dresden: Book a vaccination appointment in Saxony
Attendance List and 3G-Verification
For each course and classroom, you will be able to check in digitally via a QR code and by entering your matriculation number. This check-in is mandatory, and by doing so, you will anonymously inform us of your 3G status. In an effort to provide safe teaching for all, the course cannot proceed if there are irregularities in the check-in process. The lecturers and the administrative management reserve the right to carry out random checks, for which the respective health card must be presented. So please carry this verification with you each time you visit the university.
The published hygiene rules refer to the current Infection Control Regulation. Medical masks must be worn in university-wide public areas. If the distance rule cannot be met in classrooms (at least 1.5m), a medical mask must be worn. We also ask you to continue to follow the German AHA-L rule (meaning: keep your distance, wash your hands, wear a mask, and air the rooms).
On behalf of all SRH colleagues, we wish you a joyful, educational, and successful semester with us at SRH Schools. We look forward to seeing you again in large numbers on site. If you have any questions, please contact the Executive Board (email@example.com).
Victoria Büsch & Thorsten Bagschik
PS: Find more general information here:
FAQs Frequently Asked Questions
- How can I contact your study advisors in order to make an appointment?
The study advisors at our schools are happy to guide you through our range of study programmes, the application process, admission requirements and financing options. Please find their contact details here.
- Can I get a campus tour?
Yes, we can offer campus tours at the moment. Please contact us for an individual tour. You can also have a look at our virtual tours and campus videos on Youtube. Please wear a medical mask during your entire visit, keep a distance to other people and follow the hygiene regulations.
- Are there any other information sessions that you offer?
Please find an overview of our current online and on-campus events here.
- I am not sure whether I can get a student visa in time because of Covid-19 and/or whether I can enter Germany.
You can still apply online as we are adapting to the current situation. For example, you might start your studies online and continue them on campus once you are in Germany.
- Can I start or continue my studies if the situation is getting worse?
Yes, thanks to our blended learning and study model (online classes + self study), you can start your courses online and you can already interact with your classmates. You will be able to study, exchange ideas and fully engage with your professors and fellow students in our virtual classrooms. You will also be able to hold presentations, work on practical projects or hand in essays and acquire credits through continuous assessment. We have successfully been offering this blended learning and study model since March 2020.
- I am unable to take one of the usual English proficiency tests due to the current situation. Do you accept other (online) tests?
If you cannot take one of the standard English proficiency tests due to COVID-19, we are currently also accepting the following online English tests: Duolingo Certificate | result needed: 95 Points; TOEFL Special Home Edition | result needed: 87 ibt; IELTS Indicator | result needed: 6.5 overall
- Who can I contact if I have questions about and suggestions on the coronavirus?
Please use the following email address if you you wish to contact us regarding the coronavirus (questions, concerns of any kind, reporting suspicious cases, etc.): firstname.lastname@example.org
- How can I reach the university's service departments?
Welcome & Student Service | email@example.com
Study Advisors | firstname.lastname@example.org
Admissions | email@example.com
International Office | firstname.lastname@example.org
Language Centre | email@example.com
Examinations Office | firstname.lastname@example.org
Career Service | email@example.com
Course Coordination | firstname.lastname@example.org
Fee Management | email@example.com
Media Technology | firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Libraries | firstname.lastname@example.org
- Where can I find reliable information about the current health situation in Germany?
Please refer to the websites of public authorities that offer quality-assessed information, e.g. Federal Ministry of Health, State health ministries, Robert Koch-Institut, Federal Centre for Health Education. If necessary, the responsible local public health department will publish more information about the situation (Source: Robert Koch-Institut).
Other sources in English: Federal Foreign Office, International Air Transport Association, deutschland.de, European Commission, United Nations, Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community