LiU guidelines and decisions
(11 January 2021) Stricter restrictions are in place at Linköping University, following further national restrictions introduced by the government to stop the spread of infection. They will be in force until 24 January, and may be extended after this. The stricter restrictions are not a return to full distance mode, but they stipulate that no one may be on campus unless it is absolutely necessary. Thus, for example, individual study in the library or any other building on campus is not permitted. Students and co-workers are to work from home.
The autumn term will end on 31 January, and the decision taken by the LiU crisis management group on 20 November forms the grounds for how it is organised:
- Decision relating to university operations and restrictions for the purpose of preventing the spread of infection of the disease Covid-19, caused by the coronavirus (PDF in Swedish)
The spring term will start on 1 February 2021, and in order to be able to plan operations during the term, a decision has been taken relating to the initial period. Starting on 1 February, LiU’s operations will be planned according to pandemic-based levels: Decision to activate pandemic-based levels in preparation for spring 2021, as a consequence of the coronavirus disease, Covid-19 (in Swedish, 2 December 2020).
Procedures to be used for thesis defences
Guidelines have also been drawn up for thesis defences to be held in the spring term of 2021:
- Decision of temporary procedures for thesis defences, with reason of the spread of infection of the coronavirus disease covid-19 (PDF in Swedish)
Information for teachers regarding exams
Last updated: 2021-01-13