How Spring Semester Will Be Held

How Spring Semester Will Be Held

The blended learning will start for ETU "LETI" students in the spring semester of the academic year 2020/2021.

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Viktor Sheludko, Rector of ETU "LETI," issued an order on how the education will be organized in the spring semester of the academic year 2020/2021. Classes will be gradually transferred from distance learning to blended learning (full-time format with e-learning technologies).

Students will switch from distance learning, according to the schedule:

Date of the switch Year and form of study Learning format
February 08
  • 2nd-year full-time master's students;
  • Part-time students;
  • PhD students.
Blended learning from February 8.
February 15
  • 4th-year full-time bachelor's students;
  • 4th-year full-time specialist students.

Distance learning from February 8 to 13.
Blended learning from February 15.

February 24
  • 1st-year full-time master's students;
  • 5th-year full-time specialist students.

Distance learning from February 8 to 20.
Blended learning from February 24.

March 1
  • 3rd-year full-time bachelor's students;
  • 3rd-year full-time specialist students.

Distance learning from February 8 to 27.
Blended learning from March 1.

March 9
  • 1st- and 2nd-year full-time bachelor's students;
  • 1st- and 2nd-year full-time specialist students.

Distance learning from February 8 to March 6.
Blended learning from March 9.

When at the university, professors and students must wear personal protective equipment, follow the anti-COVID recommendations and the requirements of the Standard for Safe Operation of ETU "LETI."

Out-of-town and international students living in dormitories must present a negative coronavirus test result upon check-in for no more than five days from the test date. Students without test results must take a test on the first day of arrival in St. Petersburg.

International students must submit the results of the coronavirus test and visa documents to the International Students Office (room D301). To start classes, international students must undergo 14-day isolation upon arrival in Russia and take a coronavirus test on the 10th-12th day.

If the student's travel time coincides with the full-time study period, it will be considered a valid reason for missing classes.

For international students who cannot come to St. Petersburg due to closed borders, lack of tickets, and other valid reasons and students in isolation, classes will take place remotely.