If you are currently planning a trip abroad (e.g. a guest lecture or a study semester), please note the travel warnings of the German Foreign Office, the EU and the Robert Koch Institute.
Based on the information provided there, no more trips will be approved until further notice.
Here you will find the current risk areas
Due to the rapidly changing risk situation, the university generally advises against travelling abroad at the moment!
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Should you nevertheless decide to stay abroad, you do so at your own risk and under exclusion of any liability of the university.
Persons who are currently in risk areas must immediately upon their return a) go into domestic quarantine for 14 days or b) have a test performed by a doctor or health authority.
The current risk areas can be found here: RISK AREAS (in German)
If you are a student, please contact your dean's office by email. If you are a staff member of the university, please contact Kathrin Kilian by email
In theory, you can also go abroad in the winter semester 2020/21. However, the Kaiserslautern University of Applied Sciences currently advises against this.
For further information please contact the International Office