covid-19

We do care about the health of our students, professors and administrative staff, but also about the health of the university’s collaborators, which is why we have taken the necessary measures to limit the spread of COVID-19 as much as possible.

We keep constant contact with the authorities responsible for preventing the spread of COVID-19 and with the members of the university community. All the decisions taken will be promptly made public.

We want to make sure you are safe and to limit therefore the contact among the UNITBV community members. That is why we have decided that, for a while, the courses should be held exclusively online, and that we meet at the faculties only for seminars, laboratories and practical works. We have prepared the spaces as indicated by the health authorities and we will make sure that the health rules are observed daily.

The UNITBV approved plan of action is available HERE.

The coordinator of the activities for the prevention agianst COVID-19 infection at institutional level is Prof. Dr. Liliana Rogozea- Vice-Rector for public relations: prorector-rel.publice-imagine@unitbv.ro

The list of those in charge of the prevention and monitoring of COVID-19 infection in each faculty can be consulted HERE.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

For now, scenario 2 has been approved by UNITBV. This means that the courses will be held online, the seminars partially online, but you will have to attend the practice hours, practical works, laboratories and project works physically at the faculty, while respecting all the protection norms. (See details in the Plan of Measures, Art. 7. Deciding on the scenario for the beginning of the academic year)

You have to remain isolated at home and to notify by phone the family doctor or, if you stay in a student dormitory, the doctor from the student dispensary and the person in charge of the management of COVID-19 situations at your faculty.(See the list of officials in each faculty).

If you have physically participated in teaching activities and have come into contact with other colleagues, you will be informed later on the measures you need to take.

If you have come in contact with a person tested positive, you must notify the family doctor / the doctor at the student dispensary and the person in charge of the management of COVID-19 situations at the faculty.

If you are a student and live in the dormitory, you must notify the dormitory administrator. Those in charge of coordinating the activities for prevention against COVID-19 infection in the faculties and public health specialists will decide if you need to be isolated. You will be informed on the measures you need to take and on how to participate in the teaching activities during the upcoming period.

The teacher will remain isolated at home and the students s/he came in contact with will be notified of changes in their timetable. Specialists from the Public Health Directorate will determine whether other epidemiological measures should be taken.

If you have a fever, cough and / or difficulty breathing while in faculty, you must notify the teacher / person in charge of the activities for prevention against COVID-19 infection at the faculty. You need to be immediately isolated from the rest of your colleagues.

The sports classes will take place in open spaces or, if this is not possible, in the gyms, according to a programme established and monitored by a teacher. You do not have to wear a mask during sports classes, but you must keep a distance of 1.5 m from your colleagues! Find out more in the Plan of Measures, on page 9.

If you are part of a risk category, as defined in the Plan of Measures, in Chapter 6 (pages 15-16), write an email to the secretariat of the faculty and attach the specific advice and recommendations of the attending physician. You should request to participate in teaching activities exclusively online.

If you live with a person who is part of a category with medical risk, send an email to the secretariat of the faculty and attach the specific advice and recommendations of the doctor issued to the sick person, as well as the doctor's recommendation not to physically participate in faculty activities. You should request to participate in teaching activities exclusively online. Details in Chapter 6, pages 15-16 of the Plan of Measures.

This year, the university canteens will operate in a "to go" mode. That is, you will buy your food in disposable pans and you will not be able to eat inside the canteens. In the Student @ UNITBV application you can find the daily menu.

If you want to borrow a book or study at the university library, you need a prior appointment and / or the reservation of a study table. See details in Chapter 9, on page 21 of the Plan of Measures.

See the list of countries for which quarantine / isolation is required at the following LINK

If the country you came from is not on the list and your health is in good condition, we are waiting for you at the university!

For problems that require your physical presence at the faculty secretariat, you must make an appointment by e-mail or telephone. Appointments are made according to the principle "first come, first served" and respecting a maximum number of students per day. You must use the institutional e-mail address (name.surname@student.unitbv.ro).

See more details in the Plan of Measures, Chapter 5, page 15.

The university cashiers are closed during this period, but you can pay by bank transfer, intranet via the mobile application (student@UniTBv).

You can return to college when you are cured of COVID-19. To motivate absences, you need a medical certificate to send to the faculty secretary.