The 3rd Report on the COVID-19 impact on FMUL | 2nd Semester 2020/2021 reports to the period from February to September of 2021 and was produced following the two previous reports, with the aim of analysing over time the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic (Coronavirus Disease 2019) has been having on the Faculty and identifying the main consequences in organisational and operational terms, as well as in the carried out activities.
Since March 2020, the FMUL has been adapting to a new context, with changes in all its processes, in the teaching and learning methods, in the ways of organising the work, in the procedures and in the provision of services itself. Although this reality is no longer new and it has been possible to witness a progressive resumption of the activities of the Faculty in its normal operation, we continued to ascertain the main impacts of COVID-19, through the identification of relevant indicators in the different strategic areas.
In an uncertain environment and despite the various impacts of the pandemic on our School, the effort of all the FMUL community, students, teachers, researchers and non-teaching staff, to maintain and guarantee the pedagogical, scientific and administrative activity of the Faculty is once again highlighted.
2nd Report on the COVID-19 impact on FMUL | 1st semester 2020/2021 (October 2020 to January 2021)[PE1]
1st Report on the COVID-19 impact on FMUL | 2nd semester 2019/2020 (March to September 2020)