The university's summer courses in 2020 will mainly be conducted in the form of online teaching, in accordance with plans made this spring due to the coronavirus pandemic. Exceptions can be given for practical parts such as laboratory work, field studies, etc. Always check with your department what applies to your particular course.

From the start of the autumn term, 31 August, the university is moving more and more to teaching on campus, but there may be variations, especially at the beginning of the semester. By 15 July, each department must have announced on their website what applies to each course. In case of uncertainty, please contact the department's study counsellor or course administrator.

Stockholm University's premises are planned to open from 17 August, but we assume that restrictions regarding the number of people who are allowed to be in the same room will prevail during the autumn.

Please continue to take the measures that the responsible authorities recommend with regards to hand washing, physical distance and staying home if you are ill. Students who show symptoms of sickness may be rejected from campus.