Person sitter och programmerar vid en bärbar dator. Foto: Creative commons
Person sitter och programmerar vid en bärbar dator. Foto: Creative commons

Stockholm University Senior Management Team decided on 16 March that Stockholm University will switch to online teaching and examinations as a way to contribute to reducing the spread of infection and at the same time continue to be able to conduct business. Based on the Swedish government’s announcement on 17 March, the transition to online education or alternative forms of teaching will have to take place already tomorrow, 18 March. Stockholm University works intensively at both central and departmental level to ensure that the transition to digital solutions is as smooth as possible and can include as many teaching opportunities as possible. Various alternatives for measures that are difficult or impossible to implement digitally are being considered and are expected to have solutions shortly. Decisions regarding the opening of premises and continued functioning of the campus are expected to be made during the day.

At the Department of Statistics this will, for now, affect the following courses:

Basic statistics for economists, Econometrics, Statistical Compuation, Statistical Methods and Master's Thesis in Statistics.

Stay updated on the course sites in Athena, on the website and on your e-mail. Please make sure that you have the right e-mail address in Ladok.

How you can study from home.

https://www.su.se/english/coronavirus/information-for-students-and-staff-about-the-coronavirus-1.483182