Seminar: Please be aware that we will be complying with federal and UZH regulations throughout these exceptional circumstances, and we are currently discussing necessary measures regarding the seminar taking place 4-5 May 2020. We are aware that the closing of libraries will cause restrictions upon research for your theses and dissertations, and according to current UZH regulations, we are lifting the deadline of 20 April until further notice when the libraries are reopened. Thus, you are not required to sumbit it by 20 April. However, if you need to receive your ECTS this semester, you may submit your thesis by 4 May (note: new deadline) for marking. It is likely that we will be deferring the submission date to the summer or autumn 2020, and that the seminar itself will be deferred as well. We shall inform you with updates in due course.

Lectures and Exams: Furthermore, according to UZH regulations, all lectures will now be solely available through the podcast or via audio-recorded Powerpoint presentations. We will be complying with UZH regulations for exams. More information as to format and location (whether electronically, remotely, or in-hall, etc), as it becomes available, will be sent to students by the UZH directly, and updated on our website. Please be aware that the UZH will be offering students a cancellation period (likely the first two weeks in May) when they may cancel the course if they feel unable to complete the module requirements based upon the electronically provided podcast, slides, and readings, etc.