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  • The storage box contains equipment for various games like kubb, speedminton and croquet. Piffle on campus: A brand-new storage box for outdoor games on campus
    A brand-new storage box for outdoor games is available on campus. Here you can borrow equipment for playful games.
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  • Do you want to train?
    Albin and Tim are students and want to start sports in student life. They have therefore started SportHiG. Maybe you want to train with them or maybe even help build SportHIG?
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  • Celebrate Walpurgis night at Kungsbäck Walpurgis night celebration with no bonfire
    After two years with cancelled celebrations due to the pandemic, there will now be a Walpurgis night celebration on Saturday April 30 at Kungsbäck. However, the celebration will be slightly different from other years.
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  • Picture saying Under construction Web services unavailable during network and server maintenance 23-24 April
    23-24 April, the IT department will be performing maintenance on the university network and servers. This will lead to a certain amount of disruption during the period.
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  • Coronavirus The University returns to campus
    On 28 March, study period four will begin, and this means that as of 28 March teaching activities must be carried out in the way originally announced for each programme or course. In all campus-based courses and programmes, teaching activities will thus be carried out on campus.
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  • Grafisk bild med texten Alltid på en tisdag Stop procrastinate (in English)
    On Tuesday 29 March, the University invites you to the digital lecture in series "Alltid på en tisdag". You will learn why procrastination is so common among students and what you can do yourself to fight it. This lecture is given in English.
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  • Work with the university's network
    There will be an interruption in the network today in house 31. Applies to floors 4, 5 and 6. The work will take place at 17.30 - 21.00.
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  • Picture of the new reception The university's reception has moved
    The university's reception has moved to the main entrance, Rävhallen.
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  • Get vaccinated at the university this Friday
    On Friday 18 February at 10.00-14.00 you can get vaccinated against Covid -19 in the Student Center.
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  • What does it mean for students that the University is returning to normal operations?
    Now, when the restrictions have been lifted, the University is returning to on-campus teaching in campus-based programmes and courses. When the University have fully returned to on-campus teaching, you will be expected to be on campus when you have scheduled classes such as labs, methodology exercises or lectures.
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  • Closed parking at house 99
    Trees in the courtyard and in the large parking lot at house 99 will be pruned 14-16 February. Parts of the car park must be closed for safety reasons.
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  • The University will return to normal operations

    The government and the Public Health Agency of Sweden have announced that most restrictions will be lifted as of 9 February, and thus University of Gävle will gradually return to normal operations.
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  • Are you interested in doing studies or traineeship abroad, during or after you studies?
    As a student at the University of Gävle you can get international experience abroad with Erasmus+!
    Join International Office and ask your questions at their digital drop-in every Wednesday through out February and March.

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  • HiG Play is down and web lectures unavailable during 28–30/1
    During 28–30/1 HiG Play is down and web lectures are unavailable
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  • Date for planned maintenance of the university's network in the spring semester 2022
    On the weekends of 5-6 March and 23-24 April, the Department of IT will perform planned service and maintenance work on the university's servers and networks.
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  • Remember to register
    On Monday 17 January, the spring semester 2022 and period 3 begins. You register in Ladok. Self-registration closes on Sunday 16 January.
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  • Coronavirus Teaching and examinations mainly on campus
    Higher education institutions should continue with on-campus teaching for campus-based programmes and courses after 12 January 2022, but online solutions can be used to avoid crowding, if necessary. This is the essence of the most recent announcement by the Public Health Agency of Sweden.
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  • Coronavirus New recommendations until the end of January
    The University will now have to adapt to the recommendations announced at the press conference held by the government and the Public Health Agency of Sweden on 21 December. However, the Public Health Agency states that teaching at higher education institutions should be carried out on site as far as possible.
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  • Coronavirus The University will continue with teaching activities on campus in the spring
    The Vice-Chancellor has made a formal decision which states that as of the start of the spring semester on 17 January 2022, courses, study programmes, and examinations will be carried out in the distribution format announced. This means that both campus-based and online programmes and courses will be taught in the original format presented to the students.
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  • Opening hours during Christmas 2021/2022
    During Christmas and New Year, the university has limited opening hours. Entrance doors close 20 December and reopen on 9 January. Students and staff come in with HiG-card.
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  • Emelie Carlström, ordförande för Gefle Studentkår "If you want to engage in the union's activities, you have the chance now"
    Gävle's student life was greatly affected by the pandemic when the students had to study from home and no physical events were allowed. But on September 29th, most of the restrictions were lifted and Gefle Student Union is now working full time to get back on its feet.
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  • coronavirus The new restrictions issued by the Public Health Agency of Sweden are not aimed for activities at higher education institutions
    The new restrictions issued by the Public Health Agency of Sweden in the so called “Phase 1” are not aimed directly for activities at higher education institutions. This means that earlier decisions still apply. Thus, campus-based teaching activities at University of Gävle will continue to be carried out on campus.
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  • Omslaget på tidningen. "The environment is of great importance for people’s well-being"
    In the new issue of the University's magazine LEVE! you will meet Komal Singh Rambaree who researches environmental aspects in social work. You can also immerse yourself in research related to flexible work, as well as read about a successful alumnus who is now working with furniture design.
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  • coronavirus The new guidelines on vaccination certificates
    The Public Health Agency of Sweden has issued new guidelines regarding vaccination certificates as from 1 December. Importantly, these guidelines do not apply to lectures or examinations at the University, as such teaching activities are not considered to be public gatherings or public events.
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  • Grafisk bild med texten Alltid på en tisdag Stop procrastinate (in English)
    On Tuesday 23 November, the University invites you to the digital lecture in series "Alltid på en tisdag". You will learn why procrastination is so common among students and what you can do yourself to fight it. This lecture is given in English.
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  • Web services unavailable during network and server maintenance 13 and 14 November
    November 13-14, the IT department will be performing maintenance on the university network and servers. This will lead to a certain amount of disruption during the period.
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  • coronavirus Students back on campus
    As of Monday 8 November, campus will gradually be opened for teaching on campus for student who have chosen a campus-based programme or course.
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  • Remember to register
    On Monday 8 November, period 2 begins and it is time to register for your courses for the coming period if you have not already done so. You register in Ladok. Self-registration closes on Sunday 7 November.
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  • Opening hours Friday 5 November
    On Friday 5 November, the university's switchboard and reception will close at 12.00. The library is open from 08:00 to 12:00 on Friday 5 November. It is closed on Saturday 6 November.
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  • Welcome to be vaccinated against Covid-19!
    Vaccination is the best and safest way to protect both yourself and others from Covid-19. You also help healthcare to be able to take care of all the patients who have had to wait for other care during the pandemic, and you contribute to society being able to function as usual.
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Published by: Veronica Liljeroth Page responsible: Veronica Liljeroth Updated: 2021-05-17
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