Out of concern for the health and safety of the UITM Community, the University Governance decided that starting Monday (December 6, 2021), teaching will be remote to a greater extent than before. The decision was made due to the worsening epidemiological situation in Poland and the increasing number of cases of Covid-19 among UITM students and employees.
From December 6, 2021, in most fields of study, classes will be conducted only remotely (according to the current schedule of classes). In some fields of study, the part of classes, which should not be conducted remotely for substantive reasons, will nevertheless be conducted on the University’s grounds, in accordance with sanitary regulations.
Because of the limits imposed by educational standards for the Nursing major, the majority of coursework in this field of study will continue to be taught in the traditional manner while complying to hygienic standards.
All remote classes will be held in real time (in synchronous mode ensuring direct contact between students and the lecturer) using the Cisco Webex Meetings tool. Exams and credits will also be administered in this format for distant classes. For traditional classes, regular tests and credits will be given. The new regulations are in effect until the winter semester ends.
The decisions of the University Governance are in accordance with the applicable regulations, i.e. the Law on Higher Education and Science, the ordinance of the Minister on Studies and the ordinance of the Minister on the Standards of Education preparing for the profession of a Doctor, Dentist, Pharmacist, Nurse, Midwife, Laboratory Diagnostician, Physiotherapist and Paramedic.