Covid-19 and the academic year 2021/2022

Information for students and staff at LUSEM

Spring semester 2022 – temporary measures for teaching on campus following the Dean’s decision

Due to the continued increase in the spread of infection, LUSEM has decided to prolong the temporary special measures taken in order for teaching to be carried out in an infection-proof manner at our campus.

The following applies until 15 February:

  • Course introductions and lectures will be carried out digitally.
  • If there is uncertainty regarding any other elements such as supervision, seminars or exercises and whether they can be implemented without avoiding crowding and/or other infection control measures, these are to be conducted digitally. Teaching in any form on campus must be preceded by risk assessments.
  • Assessments of study performance are to be conducted as planned on University premises with preventative measures.
  • If there is an outbreak of infection amongst teachers and/or students, all teaching for the specific course/group should be conducted digital until the outbreak is over.

The assumption, for the remainder of the spring, is that all teaching is to be conducted on campus according to plan as of 16 February

Libraries, study spaces, group rooms and computer rooms will remain open and accessible to the greatest extent possible while ensuring distancing and avoiding crowding.

Pay attention to the information in the schedule and/or in Canvas. The information is continuously adjusted based on current decisions and recommendations.

Stay at home and take a test

You should get tested if you have symptoms, irrespective of whether you are fully vaccinated or not. This does not apply if you have had a confirmed Covid-19 infection in the past six months.

Stay updated on current requirements via Swedish Public Health Agency's website

Last published: 2022-01-28