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(2021.6.18) [To Students] Classes to be held after the state of emergency is lifted

Executive Vice President (Education), Hiroshima University

In response to the spread of the disease in Japan, the government has issued a state of emergency in Hiroshima Prefecture, which will be lifted on June 20 (Sun.).

The university has set the action guideline as "Level 2" and has been conducting classes online since May 18 (Tue.), except for some laboratory and practical subjects. Following the lifting of the declaration, we have decided to lower the level to "Level 1.5" from June 21 (Mon.), and classes will be held as follows.

  • Classes from June 23 (Wed.) will be conducted face-to-face in principle, based on the “Policy on implementation of classes, 2021 AY”.
  • As a transitional measure, classes on June 21 (Mon.) and 22 (Tue.) will be conducted using the current method.
  • Depending on the characteristics and content of each subject, we will implement classes that take advantage of each feature, such as a hybrid method (combined face-to-face lessons and online lessons). For details on classes, please check the class bulletin board on "My Momiji" and follow the instructions of the instructor in charge of the class.

If you are unable to attend the class after face-to-face classes have resumed due to poor physical condition, difficulty in moving, anxiety about infection, or staying at home, please contact the instructor in charge of the class in advance by e-mail. We will not treat you as absent, and will take measures so that you will not be disadvantaged in your subsequent courses. In addition, vaccinations will be administered on campus from June 21 (Mon.), but if you have difficulty attending classes due to fever or fatigue after vaccination, please do the same.

Thanks to everyone's support, we have not been able to confirm the spread of infection through classes on campus as of yet. We will continue to take the utmost care and measures to prevent the spread of infection on campus, and our first priority is to ensure that "learning" at the university does not stop.

We would like to ask for your continued cooperation in this matter.


Hiroshima University, Education Promotion Group
E-mail: gsyugakukm-group*office.hiroshima-u.ac.jp  (Please replace * with @)