Coronavirus outbreak

Campus activity

During the period of confinement, the administrative and pedagogical activity of the university was maintained in remote work.
 
As of May 11, administrative activity gradually resumed on the university's campuses. Access is limited to some of the institution's staff.
 
The premises are not open to students or non-academic audiences.
 

News flash


8/04/2020, 10:30 AM: Organization of the second semester exams

 
In view of the evolution of the health crisis; uncertainties as to the end of containment and the date of resumption of the university's activity; here is the information I am able to communicate to you.
 
I can confirm that all the face-to-face examinations for all the training courses have been postponed.
The date of postponement of the exams initially envisaged after May 4 is postponed.
 
The components of the university are preparing to organize the 2 examination sessions at the latest between June and July, reducing the number of tests in terminal control in order to be able to implement the sanitary conditions that will be required by the State.
 
New detailed evaluation procedures will be adopted following the Commission on Training and University Life which will be organised at the beginning of May at the latest, when the university will be aware of the conditions of the deconfinement.
 
Students will be informed, at least 15 days in advance, of the dates chosen for the examinations in their training, as well as the detailed timetable of the tests and their precise modalities.
 
The university will give preference to face-to-face examinations on the condition that health security is ensured for students, administrative and teaching staff.
 
We do everything possible to guarantee you the best conditions for success and further studies. I know these are difficult times, but please stay motivated and persevere in your work.
 
Corinne Mascala
President of the University
 

News Feed

02/04/2020, 2 P.M.:Consult the remote services provided by the Federal University Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées

In this period of containment, the Federal University Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées provides its services remotely:

19/03/2020, 16.57 P.M.:Systems maintenance

The implementation of telework on an unprecedented scale requires the Information System Department to regularly adjust the university's digital infrastructure in order to improve the quality of service and maintain all our digital resources in operational condition.

These adjustments require human intervention and must currently be carried out at least once a day.

Therefore we kindly ask you not to use the university's digital resources between 12:30 and 13:30 and to log out during this time after saving your work.

We apologize for the inconvenience caused in your remote practices and thank you for your understanding.

16/03/2020, 6.30 P.M.:Pedagogical continuity measures implemented at the university

The University Toulouse Capitole has adopted with all its components several measures to ensure pedagogical continuity starting this week.

  • Examination dates
All examinations for all training courses are postponed.
They will begin no earlier than the week of May 4, 2020.

In all courses where this is necessary to enable the examinations to be organised, the oral tests will be replaced by one-hour written tests.

The postponement date may be adjusted if the situation so requires. The university will make every effort to inform you 15 days in advance of any new date, as well as the detailed timetable for your tests and the precise arrangements for the tests (oral or written in particular).
 
  • Examination topics
In any case, the examination subjects in initial training will only cover the teaching given on Friday 13 March.

Specific provisions for work-study students are detailed below.

This measure aims to ensure equity between students who do not all have an internet connection, sufficient speed or simply suitable computer equipment to follow the online courses implemented by your teachers.
It is also justified by the fact that most of the initial training courses were very advanced at the time of the interruption of the courses.
 
  • Online courses
The managers and teachers of your training courses will soon inform you of the conditions under which you will be able to find online course elements complementary to those you have followed in person.

Distance evaluation sessions may be organised as part of these courses.
Any marks obtained will not be taken into account in your average, but will allow you to measure your mastery of your knowledge.

Applying for next year's course
The Ministry of Higher Education has indicated that the Parcoursup schedule is maintained. First year students in reorientation are therefore invited to follow the instructions on https://www.parcoursup.fr/.
Students applying for training at UT Capitol for 2020-2021 are invited to follow the instructions issued on the institution's eApplications portal. Indeed, given the situation, the timetable and the documents to be provided are likely to be modified, but the planned or ongoing admission campaigns are maintained.
 
  • Internships
There are several possible scenarios:
  1. You have completed your internship: Your defense will be postponed to a later date as soon as possible.
  2. You have interrupted your internship or you have not been able to start it, so a status report will be made at the end of May:
    •  Either it will be possible to resume or start your internship for a period of at least 2 months,
    •  Or, failing this, you will be offered to write an applied thesis to be submitted at the beginning of the school year to replace your internship report.

  • Students in work-study programs
The instructions concerning the maintenance of the period in the workplace are decided by each company. We invite you to follow the instructions of the company that concerns you.

As for the exams, they will be postponed, as for students in initial training, to the week of May 4 at the earliest, and you will also be informed of the detailed terms and conditions and the detailed timetable of the tests.
Due to the rhythm of the work-study programme, the teaching given was less advanced than in initial training when the courses were interrupted on 13 March.
For this reason, all the courses that will be given to you online during the period when the school is closed will be subject to evaluation when we return to normal operation.

Each component will be declining and detailing all of these cross-cutting measures in the coming days.
 

15/03/2020, 4.30 p.m.

Dear students,
The Prime Minister has announced the passage into phase 3 of the coronavirus epidemic, instructions from the Ministry of Higher Education reached us today: beyond the closure to students already announced on 13 March, the university is now in a so-called " activity continuity " configuration.

As a result, the public no longer has access to the premises, neither for educational activities nor for any other reason, with the exception of the deposit of the electoral lists, which remains possible on 16 March.

The modalities of the pedagogical continuity and the measures taken will be fine-tuned tomorrow and messages specifying the conditions for resumption (courses, examination dates, etc.) will be sent to you in the coming days.


I thank you in advance for your sense of responsibility and your support for the implementation of these measures in a particularly delicate period.


You will find all information on the situation on the page: https://www.ut-capitole.fr/Coronavirus-outbreak

13/03/2020, 5 p.m.: Message from the President of the University to all students, details of the institution's closure system.

Dear students,

The Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation has asked universities to close to the public as of Monday, March 16(courses, exams, continuous assessment, events, symposiums, sports activities, access to libraries, student association events ... ).
The examinations scheduled on Friday March 13 in the afternoon has been suspended.
From Saturday March
14, classes, exams and tutorials are also suspended, the libraries will be closed.

As of Monday March 16, University Toulouse Capitole will not be accessible to students for pedagogical activities. However, only the administrative staff and professors will remain at their place of work. The activities of all departments and research units are maintained.

The purpose of this measure is to avoid large gatherings, especially of young people.

The university will take steps to ensure pedagogical continuity and the organisation of examinations. We will keep you informed about it.


I thank you in advance for your sense of responsibility and your support for the implementation of these measures in a particularly delicate period.

You will find all the information on the situation on the page: https://www.ut-capitole.fr/Coronavirus-outbreak
 
Corinne Mascala
President of Toulouse Capitole University

13/03/2020, 3.50 pm: cancellation of the exams of Friday 13 March afternoon

Following the Prime Minister's announcement at the end of the morning that gatherings of more than 100 people were banned, Toulouse Capitole University is also cancelling all exams scheduled for the afternoon of Friday 13 March.
We thank you for your understanding.

13/03/2020, 2.45 p.m.: following the Prime Minister's announcement at the end of the morning

Following the Prime Minister's announcement at the end of the morning that gatherings of more than 100 people were banned, Toulouse Capitole University cancelled all exams scheduled for Saturday 14 March.
We thank you for your understanding.

12/03/2020: following statements by the President of the Republic

In accordance with ministerial instructions, the Toulouse Capitole University is currently preparing :
  •     the modalities for the closure of the establishment,
  •     the organization of pedagogical continuity,
  •     the organization of the examination process (if the situation lasted),
  •     the organisation of the consequences of interruptions or impossibilities of internship.

The information will be gradually released on this webpage, which you can access through this link : https://www.ut-capitole.fr/Coronavirus-outbreak


Protect yourself… Protect everyone around you



Do :

  • Wash your hands more often than usual with water and soap or hand sanitiser gel
  • Cough or sneeze in your elbow
  • Avoid handshake and kissing
  • Use  single-use tissues to be put in the bin straight away



If you have fever or feel feverish, if you have breathing difficulties, if you cough…

  • Dial phone number 15 (emergency medical service SAMU)
  • If the SAMU finds you may be or are contamined :
    • If you are a student, do send a mail to : direction.generale@ut-capitole.fr  (Direction générale des Services)
    • If you are part of the university staff, do inform the head of your department or of your unit who will feed back the information to the appropriate person(s) via direction.generale@ut-capitole.fr and according to the relevant procedure
Do not rush to a GP surgery or hospital to avoid any potential contamination.


Health and safety rules in the workplace


Explanatory visuals are posted in the university premises for :
 
  • the use of the tools shared in the offices (photocopier, coffee machine, water fountains, ...)
  • the use of elevators
  • the use of sanitary facilities.


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As of 11 May 2020, the gradual deconfinement phase starts. University campuses will be accessible to only a portion of the institutions' staff. They remain closed to students and other members of the public.
 

Student Health


Simpps (student health service) provides an online hotline for student social emergencies.
An emergency e-mail address: contact.simpps@univ-toulouse.fr

See also their web page on the Welcom Desk.

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