Our handling of the coronavirus
information for students and employees at the faculty of fine and performing arts
On 27 May, the Swedish government presented its five-step plan for adaptation and easing of the restrictions applied due to the Covid-19 pandemic. One of the new recommendations is for digital learning no longer to be the default mode for higher education. This means that it will be possible to conduct education on site at universities and colleges as of 1 June. The University management will now take a position on how the University is to gradually open up without jeopardising infection safety. Updates on this issue will be communicated via lu.se/corona.
The updated vice-chancellor’s decision on 12 May 2021 states that teaching and assessment are to continue to be conducted digitally with no physical presence on the University’s premises according to the conditions referred to in the decision, up to and including 29 August 2021. Employees who do not need to be at the workplace to maintain necessary activities should continue to work from home.
It should be possible to plan the 2021 autumn semester on teaching and assessment being conducted both digitally and on the University’s premises, provided that the relevant public authorities’ regulations and recommendations allow it.
The vice-chancellor's decision from 18 March entails that all activities that are not necessary to carry out on the university's premises should continue digitally, until further notice. The advised social distance is now 2 meters.
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Thank you for only being on campus when you really need to! We appreciate your consideration in keeping 2 metres apart on our premises.
If you have questions or feel unwell, please get in contact with your manager or head teacher.