Deviations from course syllabi possible for the entire autumn semester

22 June 2021

To enable good opportunities for planning autumn semester courses, the decision to allow deviations from course syllabi has been extended. Deviations can only be done to the extent necessary to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The purpose of extending the decision to allow deviations from course syllabi when it comes to formats for teaching and examination is to enable good opportunities for planning this autumn semester's activities despite the uncertain situation we are in. However, decided deviations may not delay a potential return to on-campus activities this autumn semester.

Deviations from course syllabi can now be made until 16 January 2022, but only if it is necessary due to the spread of COVID-19. If the pandemic does not cause reason to make deviations from course syllabi, no such deviations are allowed.

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