Södertörn University has converted to distance education – no teaching on university premises from Wednesday 18 March

The Swedish Government recommends that after 18 March all higher education institutions move to distance education. Södertörn University has followed this recommendation and there will be no teaching on university premises until further notice. This is likely to apply throughout the spring semester. All written examinations will be replaced by other forms of examination for the entire spring semester. Students are asked to stay updated about their course or programme via SH-StudyWeb. Staff and students can access the university premises with their keycards and both Infocenter and the library are open.




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Apply for disability support

You need a medical certificate to apply for extra support if you have a disability – special study support. The application itself is easy to do online.

Apply for support via NAIS, an application system for special study support. The link is provided here:

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After you have submit an application, you will be called to an information meeting that lasts about 30–45 minutes. Please bring a certificate from a doctor/specialist that documents your disability. During the meeting, you and the coordinator will discuss support that may be helpful, as well as your syllabus, and produce a certificate for you to use when contacting lecturers and other staff at the university.

You do not need a medical certificate to get your course books in an accessible form. Read more about talking books and other kinds of accessible media on page Library help and support for students with a disability.