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Notification on the start of the spring semester classes in the 2020 academic year and course registration

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Updated Mar. 19, 2020
Dear students,

Dean of Academic Affairs


Notification on the start of the spring semester classes in the 2020 academic year and course registration


The spring semester in the 2020 academic year starts from Tuesday, April 7th (The Law School starts from Monday, April 6th and the Business School starts from Wednesday, April 8th) as scheduled. However, given the recent situation of the novel coronavirus spreading, all in-class lectures (including lectures in labs, offices, etc.) will start only on and after Tuesday, April 21st.
There are no changes in course registration periods. However, there might be cancellations or changes in registration guidance and orientation meetings. Please check your affiliated Faculty/Graduate School’s website, the University website, and DUET regularly.
Please follow the instructions below to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus until in-class lectures start. Thank you very much for your understanding and cooperation.

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Students are strongly advised to stay out of the Campus until in-class lectures start unless:
  • You are required to attend events which are held by the University, your affiliated Faculty/Graduate School, or instructors.
  • You are required to submit or receive documents in person or to consult with the office of your affiliated Faculty/Graduate School, etc. If you do not feel well, please contact the office of Faculty/Graduate School and follow their instructions. Please stay home.
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All students are encouraged to wash their hands, observe coughing etiquette, avoid close contact, increase ventilation, and take proper measurements to prevent novel coronavirus transmission whenever on campus.
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For a period of 14 days after returning or coming to Japan from abroad, please stay out of the Campus unless necessary and monitor your own health (by taking your temperature, etc.).
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If you have a fever, cough, or other symptoms of a cold or influenza, or are otherwise not feeling well, please stay home (stay out of the Campus either) and care for yourself there, etc.
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If you have the following symptoms or may have been in close contact with novel coronavirus infected patients, please consult the Returnee/Contact Consultation Center.
  • Continuation of influenza symptoms and a fever of at least 37.5 degrees centigrade for at least four days
  • Strong lethargy (fatigue) and breathing difficulties
(Kyoto Prefectural Consultation Center
URL:http://www.pref.kyoto.jp/kokusai/coronavirus_update.html?mode=preview
or your local Returnee/Contact Consultation Center)
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Please strive to be even more rigorous in refraining from going outside as far as possible for purposes that are unnecessary or not urgent, washing your hands and gargling when returning home, following the proper etiquette for handling coughs or sneezes, and taking other action to prevent the further spread of infection, and monitor your own health (by taking your temperature, etc.).
Dear students,

Dean of Academic Affairs


Notification on the start of the spring semester classes in the 2020 academic year and course registration


The spring semester in the 2020 academic year starts from Tuesday, April 7th (The Law School starts from Monday, April 6th and the Business School starts from Wednesday, April 8th) as scheduled. However, given the recent situation of the novel coronavirus spreading, all in-class lectures (including lectures in labs, offices, etc.) will start only on and after Tuesday, April 21st.
There are no changes in course registration periods. However, there might be cancellations or changes in registration guidance and orientation meetings. Please check your affiliated Faculty/Graduate School’s website, the University website, and DUET regularly.
Please follow the instructions below to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus until in-class lectures start. Thank you very much for your understanding and cooperation.

*
Students are strongly advised to stay out of the Campus until in-class lectures start unless:
  • You are required to attend events which are held by the University, your affiliated Faculty/Graduate School, or instructors.
  • You are required to submit or receive documents in person or to consult with the office of your affiliated Faculty/Graduate School, etc. If you do not feel well, please contact the office of Faculty/Graduate School and follow their instructions. Please stay home.
*
All students are encouraged to wash their hands, observe coughing etiquette, avoid close contact, increase ventilation, and take proper measurements to prevent novel coronavirus transmission whenever on campus.
*
For a period of 14 days after returning or coming to Japan from abroad, please stay out of the Campus unless necessary and monitor your own health (by taking your temperature, etc.).
*
If you have a fever, cough, or other symptoms of a cold or influenza, or are otherwise not feeling well, please stay home (stay out of the Campus either) and care for yourself there, etc.
*
If you have the following symptoms or may have been in close contact with novel coronavirus infected patients, please consult the Returnee/Contact Consultation Center.
  • Continuation of influenza symptoms and a fever of at least 37.5 degrees centigrade for at least four days
  • Strong lethargy (fatigue) and breathing difficulties
(Kyoto Prefectural Consultation Center
URL:http://www.pref.kyoto.jp/kokusai/coronavirus_update.html?mode=preview
or your local Returnee/Contact Consultation Center)
*
Please strive to be even more rigorous in refraining from going outside as far as possible for purposes that are unnecessary or not urgent, washing your hands and gargling when returning home, following the proper etiquette for handling coughs or sneezes, and taking other action to prevent the further spread of infection, and monitor your own health (by taking your temperature, etc.).