It will then again be possible to use DSV's computer rooms, group rooms, student labs and other premises. However, caution still applies according to the recommendations of the Public Health Agency of Sweden - that you stay at home if you feel ill, that you keep a distance of two meters, that you often wash your hands and that a maximum of 50 people may be in the same room.

Lectures with more than 50 students will be performed online. However, lessons and seminars in smaller groups can be conducted on campus. It will thus be a mixture of distance and campus education this fall. What applies to each individual course will be clearly described on the respective course iLearn pages and in the Daisy description of the course. All students are encouraged to look extra carefully for each course. This applies to both teaching and examination.

Because of the uncertain situation, course scheduling for the autumn has been delayed. The schedules will be published soon and available in good time before the term begins on August 31st.

As a student, you should look at the upcoming schedules and at the respective course information on the course pages in iLearn and descriptions in Daisy.

Note! The first semester of year 1 on Master's programmes will be given fully online as distance learning, as previously announced.