Current information on Corona virus (SARS-CoV-2)

MHB resumes face-to-face instruction

Neuruppin, 2 October 2021

Dear MHB students and teachers,

the winter semester starts next week, and we are pleased to announce that we can resume classroom instruction, with very few exceptions. Face-to-face instruction is again possible, due to vaccinations and a hygiene concept based on access only for vaccinated, recovered or tested individuals.

We have amended our hygiene concept in accordance with the new Sars-CoV2 regulations issued by the Brandenburg authorities; test requirements are also met by negative antigen self-tests or employer-arranged tests. It will be your own responsibility to ensure test execution and present written proof of a negative test result.

The following regulations continue to be valid:

  • all persons in the classroom are obliged to bring their own FFP2 masks and wear them for the entire duration of the event
  • regular room occupancy, single seat spacing
  • regular hand disinfection, primarily when entering the room
  • regular room ventilation (every 30 minutes approx.)
  • obligation to wear FFP2 masks indoors, also in sitting and meeting areas
  • Persons presenting typical symptoms or other indications of infection with the SARS-CoV-2 virus (coughs, fevers, loss of smell or taste) are not permitted to attend teaching events and stay inside MHB buildings.

Despite these still valid regulations and the constraints involved, we are very pleased to take this long-awaited step and return to classroom instruction.

For questions please contact us at or by phone: 03391 39-14120.

Best wishes

Prof. Dr. Hans-Uwe Simon
Dr. Gerrit Fleige
Prof. Dr. Stefanie Oess
Vice Dean for Curricular
and Student Affairs
Jacqueline May
Office Manager, Curricular
and Student Affairs