Information regarding the coronavirus outbreak
This applies during autumn 2021 for students at LTH
Lund University has decided to gradually and orderly return to campus-based education during autumn 2021. LTH's Rector Annika Olsson has made a supplementary decision on what LTH's gradual return to teaching, research and administrative work on our campus will look like.
Teaching is planned to return to normal on November 1, 2021, when lectures will begin to be held physically on campus again. In situations where the Swedish Public Health Agency's recommendations can be followed, some exercises, seminars and examinations will be able to be held on campus from 17 August.
Your Programme Director and those responsible for each course will inform you about what applies to your particular programme and courses.
Please continue to follow the restrictions
The restrictions that applied during spring will continue to apply until further notice:
- Please study from home when you can until 30 October
- You are expected to come to campus to participate in exercises, seminars and examinations, if you have received information that they are held physically. Prior to physical teaching or examinations, a risk analysis is performed and appropriate safety measures are taken.
- Study places and computer rooms are available for students who need them, e.g. for information searches, use of reference material, access to equipment for distance learning and assessments.
- Students who must attend the campus have to keep a distance from others. If the premises are full, please find another place.
- If weather permits – try to study outside. At the main entrances to many of LTH's buildings, seat pads are available. Feel free to take one and remember to keep your distance even when you are outdoors.
At LTH, the following premises are accessible to LU card-holders:
- LTH Study Centre - Studiecentrum (closed until mid-August)
Please note that the study places at the LTH Study Centre are closed due to renovations and will reopen in mid-August. We refer instead to other study places at LTH and Lund University.
Support is available
Some students experience difficulties with remote studies or have questions and reflections about the future. Support is available, including:
- Study guidance - on Student Website LTH
- Student councellors - on Student Website LTH
- International coordinators
- Lund University’s information for students relating to Covid-19
- Information on how your education is affected by the corona restrictions is provided by the Programme Management and Course Coordinators. If you have questions concerning your education, contact the Programme Director for your programme.
- If you have views about the programme or feel that a problem has arisen in your study environment, you are welcome to contact the Engineering students' union (TLTH).
- And finally: remember to stay up to date via the Swedish Public Health Agency website.