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Dear international students,

Based on the orders of the Dean of the Faculty of Civil Engineering No. 2 and 3 (unfortunately only in Slovak, so far), the summer semester of the academic year 2019/20 will run and be completed without major schedule changes, but in a strictly distance form.

Although the form of teaching is left to the individual subject guarantor, the G-Suite package should primarily be used. You can reach it by going to:

drive.stuba.sk (without www!)

It is a full-featured Google service package, modified for STU, which can be accessed with the username and password you are using to access AIS. One advantage of using this modified version over conventional G Drive is unlimited data storage. G Suite (Google Apps for Education) is used for distance learning.

In any case, please contact your teachers who will provide you with specific information about the individual courses and the form of completion of your subject.

The objects of the Faculty of Civil Engineering remain closed until further notice. The entry will be granted only in exceptional cases, after approval of the application sent to the Faculty Secretary (tomas.satura (et) stuba.sk) at least a day in advance, and only to a person who does not show symptoms of the disease, has a protective mask on his face and in communication with other persons keeps recommended epidemiological principles.

All continuously issued Public Health Authorities' decrees are available at: http://www.uvzsr.sk/en/

Important information is available also at the website of the Slovak Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs at:
https://www.mzv.sk/web/en/covid-19

Please check regularly and read carefully all information provided by the main University website at: https://www.stuba.sk/english.html

For further information don’t hesitate to contact Rector’s International Office via email: international (et) stuba.sk
or contacts available at: https://www.svf.stuba.sk/en/exchange-students/contacts.html?page_id=5930

Keep going and stay well.

Assoc. Prof. Dr. techn. Ing. arch. Roman Rabenseifer,
Vice-Dean for Foreign Relations