Information about covid-19 for Staff, Students and Visitors

The health and safety of university staff and students are of the highest priority. Keep your distance and take responsibility to protect yourself and others from infection. Stay at home when you feel unwell, wash your hands frequently and avoid social gatherings.

2020-11-26: Information about Teaching at Dalarna University updated.

2020-11-17: FAQ updated according to New and stricter covid-19 recommendations apply for Dalarna from November 12th.
Local General Recommendations for Dalarna – Action at the University Level

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Local General Recommendations for Dalarna – Action at the University Level

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. 

Read more about the Local General Recommendations for Dalarna – Action at the University Level

Read more about the Local General Recommendations (krisinformation.se)

Teaching at Dalarna University

As of November 24, public gatherings and events with more than eight people are prohibited. These tighter rules do not apply to higher education institutions such as Dalarna University because teaching and examinations are not considered to be public gatherings or events.

In the autumn semester 2020, courses may be entirely net-based (online), entirely campus-based or a combination of these two. Information on this for each specific programme and course can be found on the Dalarna University learning platform Learn. Forms of examination may change.

Dalarna University buildings will remain open for certain limited campus teaching and for students to work individually in well-ventilated places with Internet connection and access to computers. The university has modified its facilities to ensure that social / physical distancing is possible. To access certain areas of campus, you will need to use your keycard. Staff and students must avoid meeting in groups in university buildings.

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Contact

If you have specific questions:
If you are an employee contact your immediate manager
If you are a student contact your Programme Coordinator or Course Coordinator for aspects regarding your studies and courses. For other questions please contact support@du.se

krisinformation.se (Emergency information from Swedish authorities)

113 13 (National information number to call with general questions about the coronavirus)

1177 (Call for medical advice)