Teaching online until October 31 2021

Due to the ongoing pandemic with covid-19, the department has decided that all teaching and examination will continue to be conducted online during the rest of the spring semester and during the first period of the autumn semester, ie semester parts A and B, until October 31 2021.

Updated 21 03 25

Stockholm Business School will not receive any incoming exchange students from our partner universities during the summer and autumn semester 2021. This applies to all courses, both for physics and online mobility.

On November 20th 2020, the Swedish government decided on stricter restrictions to avoid the spread of covid-19, among other things a maximum of 8 participants are allowed to gather in groups. The Head of Stockholm University's decided on November 24th that no more than 8 people can gather in groups on campus and that no hall exams should be conducted. Since the turn of the year, there have been further stricter restrictions from the Swedish Public Health Agency to prevent the spread of covid-19.
Stockholm Business School may have training on campus to a limited extent and follows the Public Health Agency's recommendations for the teaching given on campus.

Stockholm Business School is one of the largest departments at Stockholm University and there are about 3,500 students studying at the department. Large groups of students participate in our training opportunities. The current restrictions make it difficult to plan for larger activities on campus at present.

Stockholm Business School's ambition is to be able to return to teaching and examinations on campus as soon as the opportunity arises. At present, we do not know when in time this may happen.
 

Information about the course you are studying

The head of course will inform you about the course you are taking. Information will be posted on the course website in Athena. Many teachers use Zoom for lectures and seminars. Zoom is free for students at Stockholm University.

Information about Zoom

Contact information

Employees at the department work mostly from home and communication with academic advisors and teachers is via e-mail or telephone.

Information about covid-19

Stockholms University's information about covid-19

President's blog, More severe restrictions on campus

Public Health Agency of Sweden


Tips for students

Please check for updates!
Q&A on the coronavirus for newly admitted students

Study from home

Coronavirus – Information for students about exchange/MFS

Stockholm Student Health Services

Information from the CSN regarding the Coronavirus
Read more on CSN's web.

On this page