The Letter of the Dean MF MU Related to the Current Situation

Read the newest Letter of the Dean MF MU related to the current situation.

13 Oct 2020

Dear students and friends,

It has not been for a very long time since I welcomed you to the new semester and made clear all the rules related to your study. Neither I nor anybody else has expected such a change of the current situation. In the same way, as at the beginning of this semester, I would like to make you sure that providing of your education and keeping its highest quality is the priority not only for me but also for all faculty representatives.

I consider it essential to summarize regulations and the attitude of the Faculty of Medicine.

1) The practical training is allowed, based on the exception, for all students taking part in clinical or practical trainings and in any practice within the general medicine study, dentistry, and other health-care study programmes. So, there are no changes in practice and trainings in relation to the existing situation.

2) The accommodation at the dormitories of MU is currently provided to students of MF MU as well as international students with no changes. There is no need to leave dormitories.

3) The UKB library is opened for distance library lending only.

Dear students,

Regardless of your study year or your study programme, I would like to assure you that we are taking all steps in order to provide your education. Also, I would like to ask you to be fully cautious and respectful to your schoolmates, lecturers, and employees of the dean's office. We are facing a very difficult situation, and as last spring proved, the health sector is the backbone of our society. For that reason, this fact should be respected to the greatest possible extent because the health of our society is in our hands and will be in your hands after your graduate examination. I wish you sound health, strong nerves, and successful study period.

Yours faithfully,

Martin Repko


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