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Information for international students about the spring semester 2021

Updated 2020-11-06

During the spring semester 2021, a large part of the teaching will continue to be given digitally, just as during the autumn. You will recieve information from your education about what applies to you.

On 5 November, the vice-Chancellor decided on a direction for how the University's activities will be conducted during the spring semester 2021, due to the ongoing pandemic. The decision follows the Public Health Agency's current general advice and also includes a preparedness for stricter regional and national restrictions.

For students, the decision does not mean any changes for the coming spring semester compared to the autumn semester. This means that the University will conduct most of the activities digitally and remotely, but that some students will also have classes on campus. The university has ongoing contact with the region's infection control to ensure that activities that need to be carried out on campus takes place in a safe manner.

International programmes and courses for international students, as well as courses for incoming exchange students, are, as a general rule, given on campus during the spring, featuring some digital components. For those international students who are unable to travel to Sweden due to travel restrictions in their home countries, if possible, remote studies will be provided.

Note! This is general information for all students. You will receive information from you department or faculty about what applies to you.

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