Working from home is recommended if possible

Fri 07 Jan 2022 10:00

Until further notice, the general recommendations from December 23 will continue to apply.

The increased spread of infection has led the Swedish Public Health Agency to once again recommend working from home, if possible. Accordingly, we now urge all employees who can work from home to do so, in dialogue with their immediate manager.

The recommendation will stay in place until 31 January 2022.

When on campus, please remember to keep your distance and follow the general recommendations.

On-campus teaching continues until further notice

The recommendations for universities are that teaching should mainly be provided on campus. In order to avoid crowds, distance teaching can be offered e.g. for larger lectures, but distance teaching should not be considered a full-time measure.

According to the recommendations, examinations should be carried out on our premises with appropriate infection control measures, for example to avoid congestion at entrances and exits. Hand sanitizer will be available, as well as face masks for those who want to use them during the exam.

The Government's decision to introduce vaccination certificates for public gatherings and public events does not affect ordinary teaching and examinations at the university.

Information for students 

Course and /or programme coordinators are encouraged to inform your students about any changes in the course or programme. We recommend offering the students information even if there are no changes, to keep the students well informed about the situation. For example, you can link to the general information on the Student Web

The page was updated 7/11/2022