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Now there are new available times where you can get vaccinated against covid-19 at Dalarna University.
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At a press conference held 7 September, the Swedish Government announced that many of the restrictions imposed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic will be lifted on 29 September. This relates to, for example, the restrictions on the number of people in gatherings and the recommendation to work from
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The return to campus will take place in stages, and the aim is that teaching will have resumed in its regular form during the second half of the autumn term (early November) at the latest.
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Exchange studies are about personal development and are an opportunity for you to learn more about another culture, improve your skills in another language, and build your self-confidence. If this sounds interesting, then take the chance to apply for exchange studies.
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As a student you now have the possiblity of getting subtitles on your lectures and other videos, such as seminars or meetings.
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Thirty-eight higher education institutions (HEIs) in Sweden are currently working together on a study that will look at sexual harassment and gender-based vulnerability in academia.
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This year, we would like to invite you to celebrate online with us so that we can congratulate you and wish you well for the future.
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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 autumn 2021.
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We would like to invite you to celebrate online with us so that we can congratulate you and wish you well for the future.
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To reduce the risk of spread the virus at campus during exams there are now two metres between seats and chairs as a way for us to keep a safe distance.
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