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FAQs CORONA

We do our best to keep you up to date, to answer all questions from teachers and students at the Mozarteum University Salzburg as quickly as possible and to provide them in the FAQs! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact: sandra.steindl@moz.ac.at



Do the classes take place?
There are currently no face-to-face classes. The teaching is still held as far as possible via digital formats and channels. Provided that the overall situation continues to develop positively, limited teaching should be possible from May 18, 2020. The semester should be countable. You can find information and assistance on changing teaching here.
(April 21)
Are there exams?
Wherever possible, exams take place via digital media. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. VRL and Director of Studies Dr. Kostal. You can obtain information on when and in what format which exams take place in the secretariats of the departments.
(April 21)
Will the admission exams take place on time or will the registration deadlines be extended?
Admission exams should also take place if possible. Unrestricted freedom of travel in June will not yet exist worldwide, so digital formats should also be considered here, at least for a pre-selection. A second round for the best candidates could then take place in autumn. All planned final examinations are to be made possible in April with strict security requirements.
(April 1)
Will the duration of studies be extended by the current situation?
The Mozarteum University Salzburg does everything to ensure that studies can be continued as smoothly as possible. Please check your e-mail account, the website and the online channels of the Mozarteum University Salzburg regularly and stay reachable.
(April 29)
Is there a contact point for students in financial need?
On March 20, the ÖH Mozarteum formally decided on the announced scholarship package to cover the financial impact of Covid19 on the living situation of the students. All information and documents on how to apply can be found on the website of the ÖH Mozarteum: www.oeh-mozarteum.at

  • FAQs in German and English
  • Application forms in German and English
  • Guidelines of the fund
(March 20)
Do events take place?
All public events at the Mozarteum University Salzburg are canceled until the end of June.
Note: The Ministry has already postponed the Long Night of Research to October 9th.
(April 29)
Does the administration of the Mozarteum University Salzburg work?
Yes. The administrative staff works in home office and is available. An emergency plan has already been drawn up for the critical departments – human ressources, finance, IT, facility management and procurement - to maintain basic operations.
(March 15)
Are the buildings of the University campus accessible?
The main buildings of the University Mozarteum Salzburg are currently closed to the public. In urgent cases, access to the Mozarteum University Salzburg is possible with the employee card and with advance notice from our security officer DI Nikolaus Posch (Nikolaus.POSCH@moz.ac.at | +43 (676) 88122307). Information on the gradual opening under special security requirements (subject to the overall development) can be found in our step by step plan.
(April 29)
Where can I find information on changing teaching?
You can find important information, help and contacts for changing teaching here - the content is constantly being expanded and supplemented.
(March 17)
Where can you find ongoing information?
You can get information about the current innovations and developments directly by email to your email address (moz.ac.at) and on the website of the University Mozarteum Salzburg.
(March 15)
Is the library of the Mozarteum University Salzburg accessible?
The reading room is closed until further notice, there is no access to the presence area. Until the end of April, teachers and students who complete their studies in the summer semester can borrow books and notes (signature from the online catalog) at leihstelle.bibliothek@ac.at.
From May 4th, the possibility of borrowing will be extended to all students. The activation of the ordering function in the online catalog takes place at a later date depending on the frequency of use (planned for mid-May). From this point in time, the usual periods of borrowing apply. Orff Institute library: Lending from May 4th.
(April 29)
Can the recording studio be used?
The use of the recording studio will be possible again from May 4th under strict security requirements: max. 3 people are present at the same time, the sound engineer is in another room (director). The general safety guidelines such as mask requirement and minimum clearances apply. In addition, the musicians should make music in different directions and at a sufficient distance during the recording. Small groups of up to max. 6 people (also with LV) may be allowed from June 6th.
(April 29)
Can the Medialab be used?
Until further notice, there will be no classes in the MediaLab. Students who are working on their master's thesis can work in the MediaLab again from May 4th after registration (max. 3 people). The graphic supervision of the master theses by Sebastian Frisch will also resume from May 4th. General use is expected to be possible from June 6th under strict security requirements. The rental is possible from May 4th. Opening times: Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., max. 3 people can be present at the same time.
(April 29)
Are there public computers that can be used?
The ÖH computer room can be used to a limited extent after consultation with the ÖH.
(April 21)
General information & links:
Hotlines
  • Hotline für Verdachtsfälle/gesundheitliche Fragen: 1450
  • Hotline Land Salzburg: 0662 8042 4450 (täglich von 8 - 20 Uhr)
Who can I contact if I have to make a corona test?
Please report immediately to our security officer Mr. DI Nikolaus Posch (+43 676 88122 307) and by email to nikolaus.posch@moz.ac.at with your contact details, the names of the people you have been in contact with since the possible infection.


Picture: Kelly Sikkema