On-campus education from 4 October
The summer study period, the retake exam period in August and the introduction of new students will take place by distance as planned. Thereafter MDH will phase in a gradual return to education on campus.
The gradual return in September means that slightly more modules than this spring will be on campus, but most of the modules will still be conducted at a distance.
From 4 October, all education will follow regular course instances and syllabuses. This means that MDH will go back to normal mode with teaching and summative assessments on campus.
If the infection in society increases or cluster outbreaks occur, it may require that the entire University or single courses or programmes switch to distance learning again for a period.
"Infection safety will continue to be a high priority at MDH in order to make employees and students feel safe on campus," says Paul Pettersson Vice-Chancellor at MDH.
As an MDH student you are welcome to contact Student Health Care if you are worried or stressed.
For more information about your particular course, please visit learning environment Canvas . External link.
Student Health Care
At the Student Health Care you, as a student, can come to get advice and support in health matters. Here wellness coaches and counsellors work so that you can stay as healthy as possible during your period of study.