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For the start of the autumn semester, Stockholm University is planning a combination of digital learning and elements on campus – which we are pleased to announce now will be possible to perform!
Parts of the teaching will have to continue being digital in order to limit the risk of contagion. The institution will follow the recommendations of the Public Health Agency of Sweden regarding physical distancing and limiting the amount of people that gather to a maximum of 50.

Teaching for autumn 2020

For the Department of Child and Youth Studies, this means that bigger parts of the teaching will be provided digitally, that is, a web-based online teaching during the first half of the autumn semester (period A and B) until the 2nd of November.
For specific information about what this means for your course, check your schedule on the course site. There you will find information about each course module. More information about what will happen during the later parts of the autumn semester 2020 (period C and D) will be available at the start of the semester on the department website www.buv.su.se and in Athena.

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Department of Chid and Youth Studies, Svante Arrhenius väg 21A, Stockholm University

Keep yourself updated

The Department of Child and Youth Studies is planning for the teaching in our premises to be performed in a safe and responsible manner. However, it is dependent on the fact that everybody takes responsibility, follows the existing guidelines, and keeps a safe distance to other people.
The department plans for the physical teaching to happen in smaller groups properly spread out in classrooms located in different parts of the building.
The campus-based teaching will be obligatory, but there will be possibilities to make up the sessions for those that cannot attend on site.
In relation to this, we ask you as a student to keep yourself updated about what is happening, through the university’s common website www.su.se/english/coronavirus and through the department’s own website www.buv.su.se .

Important to remember is that the general recommendations of the Public Health Agency of Sweden still apply, such as the limitation on public gatherings to 50 people, to keep a distance to others, to stay home when sick, and to avoid congestion in public transport.