Teaching and Examinations
For teaching and examinations, there are no restrictions when it comes to the number of people who may be in the same room or the physical distance between people. However, remember to maintain distance from others before and after lectures, examinations and other such situations in accordance with current recommendations.
For during examinations, the University will supply students and staff with hand sanitiser and face masks.
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.
f you have symptoms, it is important that you stay at home. If a large number of students are unable to take the examination on the scheduled date, then we will look at arranging more examination dates and times in the near future.
University Buildings and Premises
There will be no changes made to the seating in classrooms and labs, nor will furniture be rearranged on university premises. Each department or staff member is responsible for choosing an appropriate venue based on the activity and the number of expected participants.
You will find hand sanitiser as well as reminders to maintain your distance from others close to the entrance of the university campuses.
Employees and students must stay at home and test themselves if they have symptoms, and they must follow the recommendations of the Swedish Public Health Agency.
It is the doctor and healthcare services that decide who an infected person must inform. It is also the individual who is responsible for informing anybody they have been in close contact with. You can voluntarily or according to instructions from healthcare services inform your programme coordinator or course coordinator about your condition.
If you need documentation for CSN from Dalarna University, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If you do not have a Swedish personal identification number (personnummer): You can call a health centre (vårdcentral) if you do not have a Swedish personal identification number but want to take a test. The health centre will decide if you should get tested or not.
If you need to pay for the test, save the receipt and follow the instructions about insurance. If you think that you are sick and that this will affect your studies, contact your programme coordinator or course coordinator.
- If you have a Swedish personal identification number: If you have a Swedish personal identification number (personnummer) and BankID, you can collect a Covid-19 test kid at designated covid-testing stations and register your test at 1177.se.
Proof of Vaccination/Covid Certificate (Vaccinationsbevis)
Requirements for proof of vaccination do not apply when it comes to lectures (and other such teaching) and examinations. However, the University is to avoid arranging large public lectures and public gatherings. To attend a consert or other public event and to go to the cinema (bio), you may need to present proof of vaccination.
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.
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.