Please remember to always wear a face mask.
If you have a fever, continuous cough, shortness of breath, if you are waiting to be tested or have tested positive for the coronavirus, and if you are living with someone who has Covid-19 or is waiting to be tested, you must:
- stay at home
- contact your doctor; or, call 112 and seek medical attention
- inform immediately the director (or the administration) of your Department or your supervisor of your health status.
You can contact the Covid-19 contact person at UniTrento: referente.covid [at] unitn.it
TEACHING AND EXAMS
For more information on teaching and learning in the academic year 2020/2021 please visit the website of your Department or Centre and the specific page in homepage Unitrento.
All examinations and assessments at University Departments and Centres will take place in distance mode, except for laboratory assessments. Measures have been adopted to ensure that students with a disability or special needs can take examinations in distance mode; where such measures are not sufficient, these students can obtain an authorisation to sit examinations in a University building, in agreement with the Rector’s delegate for disability support (Rector's decree of 6 November 2020).
Graduations and doctoral thesis defences
Graduations and doctoral thesis defences take place online in a way to ensure impartiality and equality. The results will be published, as required by law. The presence of at least one member of the graduation committee in the department is no longer required (Rector's decree of 6 November 2020).
The internships can be carried out remotely or with a blended formula or in presence based on the availability and needs of the host institution and following sharing of the training project by the company and university tutors. However, university invites to prefer the remote way. It is also possible, compatibly with the availability and needs of the host institution, to reactivate in a mixed formula or in presence the internship suspended or that had been placed in smart working, or alternatively continue with the measures already adopted. In order for the internship to be activated or resumed in a blended formula or in the presence, the host organization must ensure that it has adopted a safety protocol for the COVID-19 epidemic. For more information please read our FAQs in the download box.
In red zones (areas where the situation is more serious and there is a high risk of exposure to coronavirus), all face-to-face internships that have already started or are about to start are either suspended or switched to remote mode, in agreement with the host organization.
Internships abroad can take place in face to face mode, in mixed mode, or in remote mode, based on the restrictions implemented in the country of the host organization. Host organizations must adopt a Covid-19 health and safety protocol to be able to offer internships in mixed or face to face mode.
When students cannot continue or start an internship, the Director of the relevant department or centre can adopt measures to identify alternative activities with which students can achieve their learning outcomes and earn the relevant university credits.
Internships offered by the University can start or resume. These internships must be authorised, and interns may remain at University premises only for the time necessary to perform their work (Rector's decree of 6 November 2020).
INTERNATIONAL MOBILITY PROGRAMMES
International mobility programmes
Students who have been selected to participate in international mobility programmes are invited to read these guidelines:
Laboratory and research work
For laboratory activities to take place, the containment and emergency measures must in any case remain in force. Authorised staff may remain within the laboratory only for the time necessary to perform a given task.
Office hours will take place online (Rector's decree of 5 March 2020).
Front office services
Services will take place online (Rector's decree of 5 March 2020).
LIBRARIES AND STUDY ROOMS
Libraries and study rooms
Only the Central University Library (BUC), the Science Library, the Engineering Library and the Cognitive Science Library are open. Services available are limited to loan and on site consultation.
Only students of UniTrento and members of the University community have access to libraries (Rector's decree of 6 November 2020). Readers are required to:
- make sure that there are places available using UniTrentoApp;
- follow the safety guidelines to protect yourself and those around you (sanitize your hands, self-certify your health status, wear a mask at all times in all library areas, inform the library staff when you leave, so that the place will be sanitized).
BUC: Monday to Friday, 8.00-19.45 | Interlibrary Loan Office: 9.00-14.00
Engineering Library: Monday to Friday, 8.00-19.45
Science Library: Monday to Friday, 8.00-19.45
Study room at the Cavazzani building: closed
Cognitive Science Library: Monday to Friday, 8.30-18.45
Graduating students and PhD candidates who do not live in the Province of Trento may ask for books to be sent to their address.
The study rooms of the University are closed.
All non-virtual events have been suspended or cancelled (Rector's decree of 5 March 2020).
For information on courses and sport facilities see UnitrentoSport.
TEACHING STAFF AND ADMINISTRATIVE AND TECHNICAL STAFF
Meetings of Department and Centre Councils and Collegial bodies
All meetings of collegial bodies will take place online. There is no need for the chairperson and/or the secretary to be physically present at University premises (Rector's decree of 6 November 2020).
Administrative and technical activities
Technical and administrative activities will take place based on the provisions agreed. University staff has been informed (Rector's decree of 6 November 2020).