Revised guidelines for examination in the autumn 2021
Due to the current situation surrounding covid-19, SULaw has decided to revise the guidelines for examination for the remaining part of the autumn semester 2021. A decision has also been made regarding teaching forms and examination in the first half of the spring semester 2022.
For remaining exams in the autumn semester 2021, the following applies to courses for all international students at SULaw:
No final examination will take place in examination halls on campus. Alternative forms of examination will be offered, e.g. web-based home examination or examination with physical attendance in other forms than exams in examination halls (e.g. examination seminars in smaller groups or web-based examination seminars). Where examination will require presence on campus, students in risk groups or with symptoms will be offered some alternative form of examination, still in accordance with the course’s learning outcomes as stated in the course syllabus.
If you have questions regarding the planning of a specific course, please contact the course administrator whose contact email is specified at the bottom of each course page. Find your course with the help of the links below:
How about the spring semester 2022?
Due to the current situation surrounding covid-19, SULaw has compiled information about what applies to teaching and examination during the first half of the spring semester 2022. The decision in its entirety can be found on the following page:
Last updated: December 8, 2021
Source: Department of Law