During the period from 24 to 28 January 2022, when HAMU will hold admission examination for Bachelor’s studies, the faculty will be open only to teachers, administrative staff and applicants. During this week of the examination period, access to the faculty will be prohibited to all students as an anti-epidemic measure to limit contacts to those that are strictly necessary.
The only exception will be PhD students who are members of the examination committees.
When entering the AMU campus at the Liechtenstein Palace or the Hartig Palace, all employees (teachers and administrative staff of HAMU) will be asked by the reception staff to register themselves by attaching their employee card to the reading device. The purpose of this registration is only to obtain information related to the mandatory testing of all employees. If a HAMU employee forgets his/her card, he/she will be registered in the registration book.
It is preferable that the administrative staff work from home (subject to completion of the form Request to work from home). Only employees providing for the necessary processes to maintain the operation of the faculty will be present at the workplace for as long as necessary.
During the period from 24 to 28 January 2022, mandatory testing of employees will continue to take place at the HAMU Studio on Mondays from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. and on Fridays from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. It is necessary to book your test in advance in the test reservation system.
The testing scheme remains the same: You get tested the first time you come to work in a given week. The next test is not until three days later. This means Monday and Thursday or Tuesday and Friday. From Wednesday onwards, you only need one test for the week, performed on the day you first come to work, whether it is Wednesday, Thursday or Friday. On the following Monday, it all starts again. A proof of a PCR or antigen test from a medical facility or another employer is acceptable – see previous instructions of the Dean.
I would like to thank all HAMU staff for their co-operation and collaboration during this difficult time.
Prof. Ivan Klánský
Dean of HAMU