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Covid-19 and the academic year 21/22 at the IIIEE

As of 1 November, the University returns to being an organisation without limitations imposed by Covid-19 restrictions. This applies in accordance with the vice-chancellor’s decision on 17 June 2021 and means that, as a starting point, activities are to be conducted on campus. 

Covid-19 is still classed as a generally and socially hazardous disease according to the Communicable Diseases Act. This means that we are to continue to avoid crowding and stay at home if we have symptoms. 

You can follow the situation and get all relevant updates on the Lund University website 


Information on teaching in the autumn of 2021 spring of 2022, for current and prospective students at the IIIEE (November 2021)


Teaching at the IIIEE in autumn 2021 started with the mix of on-site and on-line teaching, with the intention to increase on-site proportion.   From 1 November onwards the default mode of in-class teaching is on site. For further information specific to the respective student cohorts, please consult e-mails/announcement in Canvas sent from the programme administration.

Since we cannot predict with any certainty how the situation might develop we are prepared to quickly adapt to changing circumstances. Depending on the rate of infections, we might need to go back to on-line teaching to an extent based on the recommendation by the Public Health Agency, the Swedish government and Lund University. 

A safe study environment – everyone’s responsibility

We all have to act responsibly for maintaining a safe study environment. It is therefore very important that you:
•    Keep your distance and take personal responsibility
•    Stay home if you feel unwell
•    Watch for symptoms of COVID-19
•    Wash your hands often
•    Cough and sneeze into your elbow
•    Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth

What to do if you get sick? (