MAIR students will receive further information by their instructors and the program coordinator. We do our best to provide high-quality teaching under these new circumstances that nobody did sign up for. Obviously, we cannot simply do the same things online that we would have done in class under normal conditions but health and safety come first.
We also acknowledge that other things might have higher priorities for our students right now including caring for friends and family and coping with the daily inflow of rather disturbing news. Thus, we do not expect everyone to be just as productive as they would in a normal term (which also holds for our instructors). However, as a learning community we will try our best to maintain insightful and inspiring discussions on world politics.
Please stay tuned and participate in the e-learning activities organized by your instructors as much as you can. But most importantly, stay healthy and safe! You can follow the coronavirus updates by the University of Bremen (including information on exams and theses) here and the respective updates by Jacobs University here. Moreover, important information by the public authorities in Bremen (including an emergency hotline) can be found here.