Information about teaching for the first half of the Fall semester 2021

- Teaching and examination in Economic History and International Relations on the Bachelor level will mainly be digitally during the first half of the fall term 2021. Lectures and examinations will continue to be digitally, while seminars to a certain extent will be on Campus, given that the covid situation allows for that. In the beginning of the fall a decision regarding teaching and examination for second half of the term will be made.
- Teaching and examination on the Master level will be digitally during the first half of the fall term 2021. In the beginning of the fall a decision regarding teaching and examination for second half of the term will be made.

Information about teaching for the second half of the Fall semester 2021

- Teaching and examination in Economic History and International Relations on the Bachelor level will partly be digitally , partly physically during the second half of the fall term 2021. Lectures and examinations will continue to be digitally, while seminars as far as possible will be on Campus, given that the covid situation allows for that. 

- Teaching and examination on the Master level will partly be digitally , partly physically during the second half of the fall term 2021. Lectures and examinations will continue to be digitally, while seminars as far as possible will be on Campus, given that the covid situation allows for that.

 

Policy on livestreamed classes. 

We recommend that the instructors do not record livestreamed classes and make them available after class. This is in order to encourage active student participation as well as to ascertain that no student is being recorded without his or her explicit consent, which may raise privacy issues. In addition, we recommend that students do not record livestreamed classes also due to potential privacy issues.


Student Affairs

Until further notice the Student Affairs Office will not accept visitors. First and foremost, communication should take place through email and/or phone calls. The handing out of exams will from 18th of March be handled digitally.  For inquiries, please contact studieinfo@ekohist.su.se. Furthermore, as from March 17 the department’s employees will work from home. This means that it may take time before they have access to any material that you as a student want to access /request. We urge you to think about whether or not it is necessary for you to extract your exam at this point in time.


Exchange or internship

If you are an exchange or internship student, it is important that you keep up to date on the situation in the country you are in. You must also follow the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ recommendations carefully if you are forced to go home. If you are asked by national authorities to go home from the country you are in, you should do so.
If you are an intern in Sweden or abroad, please follow the instructions posted on Athena, or contact gonzalo.pozomartin@ekohist.su.se for more information. 

If you need to finish your internship, whether in Sweden or abroad, contact gonzalo.pozomartin@ekohist.su.se. 

Those who are on internship abroad or are on exchange are insured through “Kammarkollegiets Student-UT” insurance. On their website you will find more information about the insurance. 

 

The university’s general information on the coronavirus can be found here:
www.su.se/corona 
Additional information:
How you can study from home