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Covid-19 information

Lund University has gathered information for students and staff, following the situation closely and updating the regulations accordingly.
During the autumn semester we are gradually returning to campus education.

Studies in the autumn semester 2021

In the autumn semester 2021 we are step by step returning to campus, in a precautious way, to be completed and back to campus on 1 November 2021. If there are special grounds, completion of the adaptation process may be delayed to 16 January 2022. This decision was taken in light of the Swedish Public Health Agency's announcement that the recommendations to conduct remote teaching at universities will no longer apply as of 1 June 2021.

During the gradual return to campus education, teaching will be conducted online and on campus, with campus priority for laborations and other exercises that can not be made online. There are still regulations regarding number of people and to keep distance. Please read and follow carefully about campus and on-line teaching.

Study areas

A limited number of study places are avaliable in our promises. In the glass entran in Geocenter II there are currently 6 places. In the Geolibary there are 21 places. Information about study places  for the Geolibrary here: https://www.science-library.lu.se/

Some spaces at the department and computer rooms are also accessible during this period but only to a limited extent and for students with permission. Talk to your coordinator if you need to use any of the spaces on campus. Social areas intended for students, such as group rooms, lunch rooms, coffee rooms etc. will remain closed until we are back on campus.

Information about your studies

Your course director or programme coordinator will communicate to you directly how the covid related restrictions will affect your education. If you have questions specifically about your education programme, you can turn to your course director or programme coordinator. Contact Ulrik Mårtensson for more information.

Your student union is monitoring the quality of your education. If you have any questions, feedback or need help, you are welcome to contact them.

Online and campus education at the department

All course responsibles have activated teaching online due to the covid situation and restrictions in social contacts. Students need to keep updated and the implementation of back to campus - education will differ slightly between courses. Information for your course is at the moment mainly given by the course coordinator.

Rooms and labs

Access to labs is now very restricted. If you need physical access it should be granted by your course coordinator, who needs to seek permission from the Dean.

General information from Lund University

Information for current students

To keep updated about the action of Lund University in the coronavirus situation, there is a page for students which is continuously updated with the latest information.

https://www.lunduniversity.lu.se/current-students/coronavirus-covid-19-information-for-students

For new students and exchange students:

FAQs including updates about travelling

Covid-19 faqs for new degree students and exchange students

Covid 19-regulations to teaching

Student and staff checklist for teaching autumn 2020, rules for lecure rooms and common spaces.

Regulations and adjustments spring 2020 (pdf, 139 kb, new window)