Courses with primarily international students will be given in distance learning format this autumn

Have you been admitted to, or is already studying, a course with primarily international students it is likely that this course will be given in distance learning format in autumn 2020. On 25 May, the vice-chancellor will decide which courses this concerns. It has not yet been established to which courses this will apply.

For courses and programmes with mainly Swedish students, the intention is to welcome these students in the autumn to the courses and programmes to which they have been admitted. For most students, this will involve studying in the university’s facilities. However, it remains uncertain in what way the pandemic will develop and what guidelines we will have from Swedish authorities. Thus, we must be prepared that this may come to change. If you are studying a distance learning course, it will, of course, still be offered in distance learning format.