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HRK Executive Board defines the needs of university research during and after the pandemic
In view of the ongoing significant restrictions on university research caused by COVID-19, which may have to continue into the upcoming summer semester, yesterday the Executive Board of the German Rec
HRK on digital examinations: boost flexibility of universities and take advantage of opportunities
In view of the COVID-19 pandemic, universities in Germany are faced with the challenge of holding the upcoming final examinations at the end of the current winter semester in a legally incontestable m
Digital themed week on the rare disciplines: science communication, development of study programmes, support for early career researchers
The current status and perspectives of the rare disciplines in the German and European research system will be the focus of a digital themed week from 8 to 11 March. Themed days organised jointly by
HRK following the latest federal/state resolutions on the coronavirus crisis: Keep students and universities in mind
Students and universities must be kept in mind in the scenarios regarding how to proceed in the coronavirus crisis. The President of the German Rectors’ Conference (HRK), Professor Dr Peter-André Alt,
HRK Senate expresses concern about violence against university members in Myanmar
During an online meeting on Tuesday, the Senate of the German Rectors’ Conference (HRK) expressed its shock at the escalating violence in Myanmar and the serious implications for the country’s univers
Horror at fate of Ahmadreza Djalali in solitary confinement in Iran – Joint statement by Swedish and German Rectors' Conferences
Human rights experts at the United Nations are on high alert and have voiced their concerns at the worsening, life-threatening situation of the Swedish-Iranian scientist Dr Ahmadreza Djalali, who has
HRK calls for continued responsible approach to face-to-face contact in higher education settings during the COVID-19 pandemic
It is still not possible to return to normal face-to-face contact at universities due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The Senate of the German Rectors’ Conference (HRK) reiterated this point at its
Against the backdrop of the pandemic: Ensuring the future viability of studies and teaching
The experience of the Corona pandemic once again makes it clear that ensuring the future viability of studying and teaching requires a series of political decisions and considerable public investment.
HRK on the amendment of the German Infection Protection Act: Protect study pathways and build on university achievements
The President of the German Rectors' Conference (HRK), Professor Dr Peter-André Alt, has criticised the draft amendment to the Infection Protection Act tabled today by CDU/CSU and SPD coalition fracti
HRK President on the Infection Protection Act: “Previous achievements of universities are in jeopardy”
The HRK has strongly criticised the sweeping and unfit regulations for teaching and courses of study at universities in the draft amendment to the Infection Protection Act currently being discussed by