International

Information for your return / arrival at TU Bergakademie Freiberg

According to the regulations of the Federal Ministry of Health and the Free State of Saxony, the following regulations apply to persons who have stayed abroad in a country that is currently designated as a risk area for at least 14 days before entering Germany:

  1. For first-year students: Please fill out the registration form of the International Office at least 3 weeks before your arrival in Freiberg.
    For all others: At least 5 days before your intended arrival, inform the International Office by e-mail to internationalattu-freiberg [dot] de and your contact person in the student residence if you will be staying in the student residence. Let us know your name, your country of origin, your course of study at the TU BAF and the date of arrival in Freiberg.
  2. Please undergo a corona test not longer than 48 h before you leave for Germany, at an airport test centre in Germany after arrival or at a medical doctor immediately after your arrival in Freiberg. (Recommendation: At Frankfurt airport the 6-hour corona test costs 59 € plus 9 € for the issuing of an official, internationally valid attestation of the test result. further information)
  3. Please go to your accommodation immediately after arrival. There you will probably have to stay in quarantine for at least 14 days.
  4. Report your arrival by e-mail to the public health department (Gesundheitsamt): reiserueckkehreratlandkreis-mittelsachsen [dot] de and include to the information your name, date of birth, country where you have resided 14 days before departure to Germany, date of entry, address in Freiberg and information on how to reach you by e-mail and telephone
  5. If available, please send the negative corona test result to the public health department (Gesundheitsamt).  There it will be decided whether the quarantine can be waived or can be finished earlier.
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