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Recently, the Public Health Agency of Sweden tightened recommendations for Dalarna, and this has resulted in several decisions at the university level. Students are recommended to study from home where possible, and while university premises and facilities remain open, access is limited.
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The Swedish Public Health Agency and Region Dalarna have decided that additional and more far-reaching measures to prevent transmission of infection are to apply in Dalarna. In view of this, the University Management are working on what needs to be done to live up to the recommendations.
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In recent weeks, student housing in Tjärna Ängar in Borlänge has been a frequent point of discussion in various forums. The recent developments in the area are something Dalarna University is taking very seriously.
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The University has decided that teaching and examinations that are normally campus-based will instead be net-based and “blended” this spring 2021. A decision has also been made as to which activities and groups will be given priority for education on campus.
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The Master’s Programmes in Business Intelligence and Data Science at Dalarna University attract students from throughout the world and are the two international programmes at the Master’s level that have the highest number of applicants compared with other higher education institutions in Sweden.
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On Friday, May 29, the Swedish Government announced a change to its previous recommendation on online education: as of June 15, campus teaching may resume.
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This year 19 excellent international students will be celebrated in an online ceremony on May 28th and Dalarna University proudly presents Joycelyn Laryea as our Global Swede.
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The Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs has extended its advice regarding non-essential travel until July 15. It remains unclear what the advice will be after July 15 and what the situation will be when it comes to countries opening their borders and changes to restrictions.
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As the continued development of the Covid-19 pandemic and its accompanying restrictions are difficult to predict at present, Dalarna University has made decisions regarding the teaching format for the autumn semester 2020.
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As a result of the Government’s recommendations, all courses at Dalarna University will be taught online as of Wednesday, March 18. This measure is being taken so as to reduce the spread of coronavirus.
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