Incoming students 2021/2022: in-presence activities
In-presence incoming mobility will start under the resolution adopted by the Academic Senate and the Board of Directors on 28 June 2021 and the Decree Law no. 111 of August 6, 2021, introducing the obligation for staff and university students to be in possession and exhibit the COVID-19 Green Certification (the so-called Green Pass) in order to access their place of work and university spaces starting from September 1, 2021.
In addition, "in-presence" lectures will include the possibility of enrolled students’ attendance shifts to comply with the social distancing rules in the most attended courses.
A sign-up system has been provided to allow students the "in-presence" attendance of single courses of their study plan, up to a maximum of 60 CFU (please note that an annual course counts for half of its total CFU). This limit will prevent students from signing up for an overestimate CFU number, thus making the system ineffective.
The App is implemented for students to notify, every two weeks, the lectures they schedule to attend "in presence" in the following 14 days. In the event that, for a given lecture, enrolments exceed the maximum number of available places in the classroom, the App will divide students into two groups, allowing the "in-presence" lecture attendance in the first and second week respectively. In any case, we will ensure to each student as much scheduled "in-presence" attendance as possible, as well as the online availability of each lecture carried out "in-presence" until the Covid-19 pandemic emergency persists.
More detailed information on the APP is available on the relative home page.
Office hours for students
Starting from 1 September 2021, “in-presence” office hours are allowed only by prior scheduled request through a booking system decided by the Professor. Upon request, students will be allowed to carry out the online meeting anyway.
Admission to italy from abroad in relation to Covid-19
PLEASE NOTE: The student is personally liable for all this and the University of Pisa has no obligation
Constantly updated mandatory restrictions and requirements are set for people coming from foreign countries, according to their country of origin and travel motivation. At present time, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, several groups of countries have to undergo specific restrictions (Focus: Italian nationals returning to Italy and foreigners in Italy).
As the restriction measures may utterly change, before travelling please remember to check the website infocovid.viaggiaresicuri.it as well as the websites of the Local Health Agency (Azienda USL Toscana nord ovest) and of the Regione Toscana.
The Italian Ministry of Health Ordinance of August 28, 2021, effective August 31 through October 25, 2021, updates the procedures for entry into Italy
PLEASE NOTE: The information reported may be subject to changes and updates. The student is personally liable for checking out the relevant link
Persons travelling from Albania, Saudi Arabia, Armenia, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brunei, United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Lebanon, Kosovo, Moldova, Montenegro, New Zealand, Qatar, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (including Gibraltar, Isle of Man, Channel Islands and British bases on the island of Cyprus and excluding territories outside mainland Europe), Republic of Korea, Republic of North Macedonia, Serbia, Singapore, Ukraine; Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao Special Administrative Regions may enter Italy with a ‘Green Pass’, a negative swab test carried out within the previous 72 hours (48 hours in the case of entry from the UK) and a Passenger Locator Form; otherwise, they must undergo a 5-day mini-quarantine and undergo a test at the end of isolation.
Persons travelling from Canada, Japan and the United States of America may enter Italy by presenting a ‘Green Pass’ (or equivalent certificate issued by the local health authorities attesting that they are fully vaccinate with a European Medicines Agency (EMA) validated vaccine), a negative swab test carried out within the previous 72 hours and a Passenger Locator Form.
Entry from India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka is allowed, regardless of nationality, only for study reasons or to return to one's personal place of residence (or that of one's spouse, civil union partner or minor children), and also in cases expressly authorised by the Ministry of Health, subject to the following conditions: presentation of a negative swab test carried out within 72 hours prior to entry; test on arrival at the airport; 10-day self-isolation and test at the end of the isolation period.
Entry from Brazil, under the conditions currently in force (negative test within 72 hours of entry, test on arrival, 10-day self-isolation and test at the end of the isolation period) is also permitted for study reasons.