Covid-19 and the academic year 2020/2021
Information to all HT-faculties students
Teaching in the spring semester of 2021
Programmes at Lund University will continue to be conducted both online and on campus until the spread of infection has diminished. This means that many lessons, seminars and examinations will be conducted via the video conference tool, Zoom. Accordingly, as a student you must have access to the equipment you need to participate digitally, i.e. a stable internet connection, microphone (preferably a headset) and camera.
However, certain teaching sessions will be held on campus. This applies to components that require a physical presence or where we deem that campus-based teaching is necessary for the quality of the education. You will find more information on what applies to your course in the timetable on the course home page.
In cases where teaching is conducted on campus, all teaching facilities will indicate routes in and out in relation to stairwells, corridors and foyers (entrances and exits). Show consideration and follow the instructions carefully. Hand sanitiser is to be available at all lecture halls.
The form of teaching may change during the semester. If you are a student, it is therefore important that you can be prepared to be present at the University at short notice.
A safe study environment – everyone’s responsibility
Everyone must share the responsibility to maintain a safe study environment. It is therefore very important that you:
- Stay home at the first sign of illness, even if you only have mild symptoms, and contact your course director.
- Maintain social distancing.
- Observe good hand hygiene (it is a good idea to bring your own hand sanitiser).
- Do not remain on university premises for longer than you need to after teaching sessions and follow the wayfinding signs. Please also ensure to visit the reception desks and libraries when there are fewer people around.