If you chose a campus-based course or study programme, it may be the case that you have barely been on campus because of the pandemic, even if you have been a student at the University for a long time.
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.
Some adaptions to the teaching activities may still occur due to previous planning. However, if you are an on-campus student, you must stay updated regarding schedules and learn how to find your way around campus. For distance students, there will be no major differences of course.
When we have returned to on-campus teaching, hybrid solutions will not be offered, that is teaching that combines on-campus and distance teaching at the same time. Neither will we record teaching activities or adapt teaching in on-campus programmes and courses. Here, teachers will be on campus and focus on the students in the room.
Your schedule with dates, times and rooms
The campus area
If you want to study on campus with your fellow students in a group study room, you will find most of them in the Library and you can book them yourself.
Book a group study room in the Library
We have rooms on campus with microwave ovens and fridges in which you can heat up your own lunch.
Rooms on campus, restaurants, cafés and other places to eat close to campus
If you need IT support, you will find it in the same building as the café, the reception, and the Student Centre in building 22.
The campus area
If you haven’t taken a written examination on campus yet, visit this page for detailed information.
Information about written examination
The student union and student associations
The fact that the restrictions now are lifted means that the student union and student associations can arrange more events.
Information about the student union and student associations (in Swedish)
There are still general recommendations to follow:
- Stay at home if you have symptoms of an infection.
- Get vaccinated if you can.
- Unvaccinated people should still keep a safe distance and avoid crowds indoors.
More information from The Public Health Agency of Sweden