Due to current restrictions and the fact that most examinations will take place remotely, an examination may change time and possibly also date at short notice. In some cases they can be moved to evenings and weekends, even Sundays. Changes can be made only a few days before the examination and it is therefore important that you regularly check the time, date and place for your upcoming exams in the Student portal or the LiU-app.
Activity at LiU will continue in the same manner as at present, with extensive restrictions and with major effects from the ongoing pandemic, at least until 28 March 2021. It is hoped that the restrictions can then be lifted in stages during the second half of the spring term.
The global temperature increase must be limited to a maximum of 2 °C within 80 years. Urgent action is required. The UN has convened a summit on climate issues. These are the premises under which a group of first-year students from EMM start to play the Climate Negotiation Game.
Consultations and courses are two of the main activities for Student Health at LiU. The personnel meet around 1,200 students each year, approximately five percent of the total.
LiU has reviewed the protection against the spread of infection associated with the few written exams in exam halls that are still being held, and will reduce the number to an absolute minimum. The basic rule will continue to be that all exams are to take place remotely or as written exercises at home, but if an exam is necessary, the risk of spread of infection must be as low as possible.
Strict restrictions continue at Linköping University. For the whole of the autumn term, we continue to study and work from home. We have all taken our individual responsibility seriously in recent weeks, and we must continue to do so to reduce the spread of infection.
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As a consequence of low passenger numbers on the Campus Bus, the first departure (05:50) of the day from each campus has been cancelled. In addition, double departures are run as singles. These changes will be in force until at least 31 December 2020.
Östergötland is one of the regions in Sweden in which the Covid-19 infection is spreading most rapidly. “We are in a serious situation and we must all make a real effort in the coming three weeks, and everyone must do their bit”, says Jan-Ingvar Jönsson, vice-chancellor at Linköping University to all students and co-workers.
LiU’s International Office is welcoming new applicants for the Career Support Programme starting in February 2021!
LiU will introduce new exam regulations on 1 February 2021. If you want to take an exam after 1 February 2021, you must register for the exam session. New functionality in the LiU app and the student portal will enable you to receive notifications in advance.
Climate and health – how are they related? Can you be interested in fashion and at the same time achieve sustainable consumption? These are two of the questions to be discussed during the 2020 edition of “Global Linköping”, which this year will take place mainly using digital methods. All students at LiU are welcome this year to a complete programme of events in English, organised by student societies – Global Weeks.
On Tuesday November 10, between 1-1.30 am, registration for exams, exam results and the LiU-app will be unavailable due to database migration.
International co-workers and students may not know how to look for employment in Sweden. At the same time, Sweden needs more international talent. The Career Support website is now available to help in seeking employment and career planning.
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Last updated: 2020-11-27