​Increased caution on Chalmers campus to reduce the risk of spreading infection

​Due to the local general advice​ that came from the Public Health Agency regarding the Västra Götaland region on Thursday, Chalmers has been in contact with the infection control practioners in VGR. In summary, the infection control practioners in VGR do not see that Chalmers’ way of conducting education is affected by the new advice. Chalmers will therefore continue with a hybrid model for teaching, with parts of the teaching on campus – where it is particularly important – and all other parts digitally.
 
If you have planned internships (VFU) or vessel-based education (FFU), it will continue as planned. However, we urge you as a student not to stay on campus longer than necessary during the coming three-week period. That is, come to campus for your scheduled teaching elements and conduct other studies from home. And remember that the most important thing is still to keep a distance from others and wash your hands often. Stay home if you have symptoms, even mild ones. Thank you for your patience! 

Questions and more information 

  • ​Your examiner can answer questions about your course. 
  • At chalmers.se/info you will find comprehensive information and instructions about the situation with covid-19. The page is continuously updated. During next week (week 46), we expect to be able to inform you here about how education will be carried out at Chalmers in spring 2021. 
  • As a student, you can also always contact the person responsible for your programme or master's programme.

Published: Wed 04 Nov 2020.