During the autumn semester, most teaching at Stockholm Business School has been online. We have had some activities on campus such as welcome information for newly admitted students and some teaching. Stockholm Business School follows the guidelines given by Stockholm University centrally and the recommendations and rules from the Public Health Agency of Sweden and the Swedish government.

Stockholm Business School has earlier in the autumn planned to have some teaching and examinations on campus during the latter part of the autumn semester. We have also planned to have activities and examinations on campus during the spring semester 2021.

During the autumn, the spread of covid-19 has gained momentum in society, and on 20 November the Swedish government decided on stricter rules for, among other things, gatherings where a maximum of 8 participants are allowed to gather. Stockholm University's President decided on 24 November that no hall exam should be conducted and that there may not be more than 8 people gathered in groups on campus. On 14 December, further stricter regulations were introduced to prevent the spread of covid-19 in society.

Stockholm Business School is one of the largest departments at Stockholm University and there are about 3,500 students studying at the department. Large groups of students participate in our training opportunities. The stricter restrictions that have now been introduced make it difficult to implement the plans we have for activities on campus at present. Stockholm Business School's ambition is to be able to return to examinations and teaching on campus as soon as the opportunity arises. At present, we do not know when in time this may happen.

Information about the course you are studying

The head of course will inform you about the course you are taking. Information will be posted on the course website in Athena. Many teachers use Zoom for lectures and seminars. Zoom is free for students at Stockholm University.

Information about Zoom

Contact information

Employees at the department work mostly from home and communication with academic advisors and teachers is via e-mail or telephone.

Information about covid-19

Stockholms University's information about covid-19

President's blog, More severe restrictions on campus

Public Health Agency of Sweden

Tips for students

Please check for updates!
Q&A on the coronavirus for newly admitted students

Study from home

Coronavirus – Information for students about exchange/MFS

Stockholm Student Health Services

Information from the CSN regarding the Coronavirus
Read more on CSN's web.