Stockholm University plans to return to campus-based teaching step by step from the beginning of the autumn semester, 31 August, in line with the Public Health Agency of Sweden’s current recommendations. The opening of the premises is, to the greatest extent possible, based on the needs of students and teaching in line with authority recommendations e.g. regarding physical distance.

The first part of the autumn semester will be a combination of online and campus-based teaching with variations due to the needs and conditions of each course. The planning of the autumn term will be carried out by each department and the plan for each course will be available on the department website no later than 15 July.

At Stockholm University we take responsibility and care about each other. Students and staff are encouraged to follow the authorities’ recommendations on keeping distances, washing their hands frequently and carefully, and staying at home when feeling unwell. The university makes it possible to maintain physical distance and ensures, among other things, that there are not too many people in lecture halls and other indoor premises at the same time.

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