ACT RESPONSIBLY. PROTECT YOURSELF AND OTHERS.
- We ask members and guests at JGU to continue wearing a mask while indoors, especially if you are unable to maintain physical distance (during events, for example).
- Regular ventilation provides fresh air and helps to avoid infections via aerosols.
- Symptoms should always be clarified. If you are unsure, you can still get tested. Free testing is available until the end of June.
- The vaccination offers the best individual protection against severe illness.
As of May 26, the mask requirement ceases to apply in JGU buildings. As of May 27, the university library is accessible without space restrictions and compulsory reservation.
Information for International Applicants
In the winter semester 2022/23 the lectures at JGU will take place on the Campus. If you need a certificate for that as a proof for your entry into Germany or visa application, you can request the certification via email@example.com. It will be provided subsequently in the download area in JOGU-StINe.
Please check the information on entry restrictions and quarantine regulations in Germany on https://www.auswaertiges-amt.de/en/coronavirus/2317268.
The Student Advisory Center is offering advisory services regarding choosing your study program and application strategies. You can call us (+49 6131-39 22122, Mo - Fr 9-12 Uhr + Mo - Do 13-16 Uhr) to easily make an appointment for a consultation call.
We are also happy to answer your questions by mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You would like to know how studying feels like and gain insight into students' lives?
Our Study Ambassadors are students of different ranges of studies and talk about their own experiences. You can contact the Study Ambassadors by mail or phone (+49 6131 39-21073 (Mo, Di, Do 14-16 Uhr und Fr 11-13 Uhr).
In case of subject-specific questions, you can also contact your Academic Advisory Office directly.
The Familien-Servicebüro offers important information and tips for parents (-to-be) and relatives taking care of family members during the corona pandemic: www.familienservice.uni-mainz.de/corona-familie.
In addition, the regular consultation services of Familien-Servicebüro are of course still available by mail, phone or video conference.