Update, 3 April
We recommend that staff avoid rush hour/public transport when travelling to the university and that staff/students maintain social distancing at physical meetings.
Update, 20 March
No work-related travel, inside or outside Sweden, will be granted. Conferences, etc., with external participants must be cancelled/postponed/be held digitally.
Update, 19 March
We are asking that students check their email addresses in Ladok.
Update, 17 March
The Swedish Government has today (17/3) recommended that all higher education institutions move to distance education from tomorrow. Södertörn University is following this recommendation. No teaching will be conducted on university premises from 18 March. Students are asked to stay updated using information on SH-StudyWeb.
Update, 16 march
On Monday afternoon, the Public Health Agency of Sweden issued a recommendation stating that everyone in the Stockholm area who can work from home should do so. How this will affect activities at Södertörn University will be discussed at an extra management meeting tomorrow, after which new information will be published here.
Update, 15 March
The Ministry for Foreign Affairs now advises against all non-essential foreign travel. This advisory will remain in place until at least 14 April.