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Information on Coronavirus for Students

Arden University is closely monitoring the current COVID-19 pandemic and is taking measures to ensure the health of our staff and students. Take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions below to find out more about the current situation and the actions we are taking at Arden. You can additionally view our COVID-19 refund policy.

On Monday 27 July 2020, German Health Minister Jens Spahn announced that Germany will make coronavirus tests mandatory for travellers arriving from high-risk areas. The reason for this is to slow the potential spread of the COVID-19 virus in Germany.

What does this mean for Arden University students planning to travel to Germany in the near future?
Will travellers still need to quarantine for 14 days?
Is my home country considered a high-risk country?
Fines for those who do not wear mouth and nose protection
‘Corona Warning’ app launched
What are the current measures in place in Berlin to prevent the spread of COVID-19?
Are there any reported cases at Arden University, Berlin campus?
What steps is Arden University taking to protect current and future students from COVID-19?
I am due to come to Germany to start my programme but live in a country affected by COVID-19
What is a live online lecture?
Should I complete my application to study at Arden University now or should I wait and see how the situation develops?
How can I keep up to date with what action Arden University is taking in respect to the coronavirus?
I’m feeling anxious about the virus. Is there a way I can discuss my concerns with Arden University?
How do I apply to a course?
How do I pay my fees?
What should you do about your studies if you are unable to travel to Germany to start your programme or are in self-isolation?
Could your immigration status be affected?