Coronavirus: Measures, Initiatives and Services Phase 1-2
The University guarantees remote lessons, exams and degree sessions to all students. This is an important change, but the University is technologically equipped with classrooms and high-tech IT services.
► The University organizes remote teaching for all 70 degree courses on online digital platforms. The student can access the materials, video lessons, streaming or digital content, through the specific course page normally used on the University's e-learning platform. The teachers will record the lessons in order to make them available online for those who are unable to attend the University even when the frontal teaching starts again.
► Furthermore, with the Rectoral Decree of 13th March 2020, the possibility of taking exams and discussing the thesis at a distance was made available, not only for students of study courses, but also for Phd's, professional masters, specialisation schools. Everything will take place in public form: through virtual access, relatives and friends will be able to attend the discussions of the degree theses.
Due to the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, there have been some changes to our welcome desk and other student services until further notice.
You still have access to plenty of support during this period. Here’s a summary of what support is available for different issues.
Mental Health and Well-being
We understand this can be a period of immense stress, anxiety and uncertainly. It is important to keep yourself up-to-date with information and find a balance to ensure good mental health, wellbeing and reduce stress.
If you are feeling disturbed in any way, please send us an email to fix a telephonic appointment at firstname.lastname@example.org mentioning your Name, Surname, Matricola and the name of the course you are enrolled in.
We’ll be happy to offer you counselling support.
Health Care – If you think you may have coronavirus (COVID-19)
If you feel unwell and think that you may have the virus or have come into contact with somebody who has, please follow the most up up-to-date Italian Ministry of Health advice on what steps to take. This includes information on symptoms, precautionary measures and how to seek help.
Those who experience flu symptoms or respiratory problems should not go to the Emergency Room, but should call the regional toll-free number 800.89.45.45, where they will assess each individual situation and explain what to do. For general information, call 1500, a public utility number activated by the Italian Ministry of Health.
It’s very important that we all adhere to social distancing information to help prevent the spread of infection. To help save lives, the Italy is currently in a state of lockdown, with restrictions on movement.
During Phase 2, starting from Monday 4th May 2020, access to the buildings of the University of Milan-Bicocca is reserved for teaching and research staff (holders of research grants, scholarship holders, external collaborators, doctoral students, master's degree students) and technical and administrative staff.
For the opening hours of the buildings and how to access them, consult the section covid-19: operating instructions Phase 2 on the personal page My UniMib
- FAQs about Coronavirus
- Covid-19 safety instructions
- ECDC European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control: Situation in Italy
- ECDC European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control: COVID-19 cases in the European Union
- ECDC European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control: Situation update Worldwide
- WHO Coronavirus Current novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak
- COVID-19 Coronavirus latest regulations – Containment measures in Lombardy