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Teaching in the autumn 2020 in light of the coronavirus

As of 15 June 2020, teaching and assessment can again be conducted on university premises. The Swedish Public Health Agency’s rules, general guidelines and recommendations to reduce the spread of infection are to be followed. A risk assessment will be carried out on the risk of the spread of infection of Covid-19 for each course that is offered at the Faculty of Science.

Teaching to take place both digitally and on campus

Teaching in the first- and second-cycle in the autumn 2020 will be carried out both digitally and on university premises. On-campus teaching is to follow the Swedish Public Health Agency’s rules, general guidelines and recommendations.

Prioritisation of teaching and assessment on campus

The following components and student groups are to be prioritised (in no particular order) when it comes to teaching and assessment on campus.

  • Assessments that are impossible, or possible only with great difficulty, to carry out via digital tools
  • Teaching components with practical or laboratory elements
  • Field studies and practical activities that cannot be carried out in an alternative way
  • International students whose residency permits may be affected if the proportion of teaching carried out digitally is too high
  • Teaching and introductory components for students starting their studies at the University in the autumn semester 2020
  • Teaching and assessment that should be conducted with physical presence for students who are finalising their studies

Risk assessments will be carried out for every course

A risk assessment on the risk of spread of infection of Covid-19 will be carried out for every course offered at the Faculty of Science. Please contact the director of studies for your study programme if you would like further information about how your courses will be conducted in the autumn.

Director of studies

Astronomy and theoretical physics
Director of studies: Johan Rathsman
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Director of studies: Jep Agrell
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Director of studies: Sophie Manner
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Director of studies: Dan Hammarlund
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Director of studies: Anna-Maria Persson
Contact information for Anna-Maria Persson –

Physical geography and ecosystem science
Director of studies: Ulrik Mårtensson
Contact information for Ulrik Mårtensson –

Director of studies: Charlotta Nilsson
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