During your studies
Here you will find information about the e-meeting service Zoom, about examination rules and regulations, the student council SISOFS, our environment and working environment, the survey tool Survey & Report, lunch and fika venues on campus Frescati, the university's profile products and our social media.
Both distance and campus teaching at the Department. FAQ
We had planned for campus teaching at our department in the spring semester of 2022, but under current circumstances with the pandemic we are switching to distance learning on Zoom on a lot of courses to reduce crowding. This according to the recommendations of the Public Health Agency and Stockholm University. Please see respective course schedule and the course platform Athena. Also read our FAQ: Questions and answers.
Distance and campus teaching at the department in the spring of 2022. FAQ
We had planned for campus teaching at our department in the spring semester of 2022, but under the current circumstances with the pandemic, we are switching to distance teaching on Zoom on a lot of courses to reduce crowding on campus. This is in accordance with the recommendations of the Swedish Public Health Agency and Stockholm University. Please see respective course schedule and the course platform Athena. Also read our FAQ: Questions and answers.
Our teachers use the e-meeting service Zoom for lectures and seminars. Familiarize yourself with Zoom before it's time for your first teaching opportunity. Zoom is free of charge for you who are admitted at Stockholm University.
Rules and regulations
Stockholm University is a public authority. This means that we must comply with a wide range of laws and ordinances when handling various matters. The University’s research and education are governed by, for example, the Higher Education Act, the Higher Education Ordinance, copyright regulations, confidentiality laws, and contract laws.
Read our rules and regulations
It is important that students and employees are familiar with the University’s regulations concerning education and examinations, as well as the regulations concerning disci-plinary matters and measures in the Higher Education Ordinance.
Disciplinary measures can be taken against students who:
- with forbidden means of assistance or in any other way try to deceive in exams or when another study achievement is to be evaluated
- disturb or prevent instruction, exams or other activities within the framework of education at the university
- disturb or prevent activities in the university library or on any other special premises at the university.
Certain forms of cheating, for example forgery of documents or false certification, fall under the penal code and can thus lead to criminal charges.
All students at Stockholm University are entitled to equal treatment and respect irrespective of sex, transgender identity or expression, ethnicity, religion or other belief, disability, sexual orientation or age.
If a student subjects another student or an employee at the university to harassment (for example sexual harassment or harassment due to religion, sex, ethnicity or disability), disciplinary measures shall be taken against this student.
Disciplinary measures must be taken no longer than two years after the offence has been committed.
The Student council SISOFS
The Student council of the Department of Swedish Language and Multilingualism is called SISOFS. In Swedish: Studentrådet för Institutionen för svenska och flerspråkighet.
We are here to help you voice your opinions and effect change at the department. We hope that you will continue to help us help you. Feel free to come to our monthly meetings.
If you become ill or have an accident
If you become ill, there are several agencies you need to contact: your teacher(s), the study counsellor, the Swedish Social Insurance Agency and possibly CSN. You can get medical and psychiatric advice from Stockholm Student Health.
If you have an incident, work injury and illness, it is a good idea to report it in SAMIR. You can also file a police report in SAMIR.
What to do if you become ill
If you become ill, you need to contact:
In some courses we have compulsory attendance. Therefore, it is a good idea to notify your teacher if you become ill, before the seminar.
The Study counsellor
You need to report longer sick leave to the Study counsellor, see Contact further down on this page.
Försäkringskassan (Swedish Social Insurance Agency)
Also remember to report illness to Försäkringskassan.
CSN: Centrala studiestödsnämnden (The Swedish Board of Student Finance)
Check with CSN what applies if you have a student grant and / or student loan.
Studenthälsan (Stockholm Student Health Services)
You can get medical and psychological counseling from Studenthälsan.
Report crime, incidents and accidents in SAMIR
SAMIR: Reporting system for reporting crimes, incidents, occupational injury, occupational disease and environmental deviations.
Report crime and accidents in SAMIR
Thesis and survey tool Survey&Report
Survey&Report is a survey tool for collecting data, available to students and employees at Stockholm University. For example you can use it for surveys when writing an essay. Just log in with your University Account.
Writing a thesis
Lunch and fika venues
During the current corona pandemic, a few cafes, restaurants and shops are open on the Frescati campus.
Closest to Building D (Södra huset) where we have our premises, you will find Caffe Prego, next to the Stockholm University Library.
Buy profile products in the Webshop
In Stockholm University's webshop, you can buy profile products.
Svefler on Social media
The Department is present on Social media: Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube.
Department of Swedish Language and Multilingualism (Svefler)
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Student council SISOFS
Last updated: January 13, 2022
Source: Department of Swedish Language and Multilingualism