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Many restrictions removed – how will this affect teaching?

Coronavirus restrictions will be eased from 29 September. Södertörn University’s vice-chancellor has thus made new decisions about how teaching will be conducted this autumn.

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Due to the easing of the coronavirus restrictions set by the Swedish Government, the vice-chancellor has decided on how teaching will be conducted in the autumn semester of 2021. One result of this is that classes can be held on campus.

From 29 September, the following applies to teaching at Södertörn University:

  • the university plans for education being conducted on campus.
  • the pandemic-related limitations on the number of seats in classrooms will be removed from period 3 (2 November 2021),
  • teaching that is planned to be conducted remotely in the autumn semester of 2021 due to the pandemic may continue to be conducted remotely
  • the university will continue to follow the advice and recommendations issued by the Public Health Authority of Sweden to reduce the spread of COVID-19, as well as the recommendations and regulations issued by other expert agencies.

If the situation changes or the Swedish Government or expert agencies change the recommendations, the vice-chancellor may make a new decision.

Important: stay up to date with your timetable

Your timetable will tell you whether you will be on campus or have remote teaching. It is important that you stay up to date about possible changes to your timetable. For current students, it is easiest to access your timetable via your courseroom on SH-StudyWeb. You can always search for your timetable in the Timetable Search External link..

Questions about your classes?

We have gathered the most important questions here External link., so please check to see if you can find what you are looking for. If you have a question that isn’t answered there, you are welcome to contact Infocenter via info@sh.se.

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20-09-2021