Coronavirus guidanceObjavljeno: 26. 3. 2020
We would like to inform you that the Rector of the University of Maribor prof. dr. Zdravko Kačič issued the updated Plan of the University of Maribor for Ensuring Continuous Work in the Time of Coronavirus. The Plan is updated according to the current situation.
Based on the still applicable measures of the Government of the Republic of Slovenia and competent Ministries, the study process shall be organised online until further notice.
Detailed instructions can be found in the attached updated Plan of the University of Maribor for Ensuring Continuous Work in the Time of Coronavirus as well as on the website of the University of Maribor.
Basic instructions for preventing an infection with the coronavirus are available on the webpages of the Slovenian National Institute of Public Health (NIJZ): https://www.nijz.si/sl/koronavirus-2019-ncov.
In accordance with the Plan of the University of Maribor for Ensuring Continuous Work in Time of Coronavirus, the Faculty of Logistics UM has implemented the following measures:
- restricted access to the 4th floor, which is accessible only to holders of attendance swipe cards,
- cancelled all student-staff meetings and office hours, communication is limited to emails,
- cancelled office hours of Students’ Office, communication is limited to emails and other communication channels,
- borrowing of books from the Library is possible only based on an e-mail sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, in which you should include the list of books you would like to borrow and the planned date for their collection, so that we can have them ready for you,
- Erasmus + students should limit their visits to the Faculty to the meetings that have previously been agreed with the Erasmus + coordinator or lecturer via email.
In lectures and tutorials, students should leave at least one empty seat between them and leave the first two rows of seats empty.
We will keep you updated with any further measures. We hope that our joint efforts will help prevent further spread of Coronavirus.