Information about covid-19 for Students

Here we have gathered current information about Dalarna University's handling of covid-19.

2022-02-08: Updated information regarding "Teaching and Examinations".

Although most pandemic restrictions and general advice cease to apply from February 9, certain advice and recommendations will continue to apply. For example, special advice for the unvaccinated will continue to apply as will the advice to everyone with Covid-19 symptoms to stay at home and avoid contact with others.

Restrictions removed on 9 February The Public Health Agency of Sweden

 

Teaching and Examinations

The University plans to provide teaching and examinations in accordance with what is stated in the respective syllabus of each course. If there have been any changes to teaching or examination because of the pandemic, then there will be a gradual return to how these were before the pandemic.

You can find out what applies for your course/programme on Learn, our learning management system. If you have questions about specific components of your course/programme, contact your course coordinator/programme coordinator.

If you have symptoms, it is important that you stay at home, even if that means you unable to take the examination on the scheduled date. More examination dates and times are alwas offered. 

Official Information About Covid-19 (Emergency Information from Swedish Authorities)

Study Online – Useful Information for Students

Infection

Employees and students must stay at home if they have symptoms of covid-19, and they must follow the recommendations of the Swedish Public Health Agency.

If you or a family member has become ill (The Public Health Agency of Sweden)

If you need documentation for CSN from Dalarna University, email support@du.se.

Vaccination

It is up to you to decide whether to get the vaccine. When you book your appointment for vaccination please let them know that you are a student at Dalarna University. You do not have to pay for vaccination against covid-19. If you do not have a Swedish personal identification number (personnummer) you can call a health centre to book an appointment for vaccination, read more: 

Vaccine against covid-19 (1177.se)

Traveling

If you planning to travel (The Public Health Agency of Sweden)

Covid certificate (e-hälsomyndigheten)

Countries where the covid certificate is valid (e-hälsomyndigheten)

Other Questions

Questions about Covid-19 and Your Studies

You can find out what applies for your course/programme on Learn, our learning management system. If you have questions about specific components of your course/programme, contact your course coordinator/programme coordinator. For other questions, contact support.

support@du.se

Student Counselling Services

We offer support whenever you need someone to talk to about studies or life in general. Our services are offered by a student counsellor, student chaplain and the Student Disability Coordinator.

Student Counselling Services

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Contact

If you have questions about specific components of your course/programme, contact your course coordinator/programme coordinator. For other questions please contact support@du.se

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