Studies and student activities
The COVID-19 outbreak is unfortunately causing some changes and disruptions to our scheduled activities, but we are doing our utmost to mitigate them.
The SSE campus will stay open, but with firm restrictions on access and conduct while on the premises. Restrictions apply. Students who wish to use the space for studies must keep a distance of at least one meter from each other. Hygiene recommendations must be followed.
The SSE Library will be closed for all students and visitors as of March 18, until the end of April (or until further notice). More information about the library can be found on their website.
Exams taking place during the week starting March 16 are conducted online or through alternative methods. As of March 18, no exams will be given on site. Course Directors will be informing students of which form their exam will take.
From now on, our teachingis moving to digital and distance learning channels, already in line with recommendations from the Swedish authorities. Education will be carried out remotely until the end of spring semester (period 4).
On March 17, the Swedish Government issued recommendations to immediately move all higher education to distance learning, in an effort to curb the spread of Covid-19. Preparations for SSE to go digital were already in motion and scheduled.
China’s Ministry of Education has postponed the start of the spring semester, which means changed plans for our exchange students. SSE has arranged alternative activities for affected students until they can resume their scheduled studies in China.
If you are a student and have any questions regarding this, or if you have other queries regarding how your studies are affected by the situation, please contact Program Office Director Anna Dozai or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.