As of 9 February, most restrictions due to COVID-19 were lifted. It is still important to get vaccinated and to stay home if you have symptoms.
Stay home if you have symptoms
Stay home and avoid close contact with others if you are ill and experience symptoms of COVID-19.
By getting vaccinated, you are more likely to avoid serious illness or death due to COVID-19 and help reduce the spread of infection. You do not have to be a Swedish citizen to get vaccinated. Read more about the vaccination and how to book an appointment on 1177.se. International students can also visit Vårdcentralen Granen in central Malmö. Call ahead and book an appointment.
If you are not vaccinated
If you are not yet vaccinated, you should continue to take extra care and avoid crowds indoors.
Your studies at Malmö University
The University will gradually return to normal operations. Teaching and examination will take place as planned over the next few weeks, on campus or digitally. This means that most students will continue to have some digital elements as part of their studies. Some restrictions remain in place at The Faculty of Odontology. Stay up to date on Canvas and check your schedule to be informed about what applies to your education.
Talk to us
Many students have not experienced studying before the pandemic and studying remotely is the norm. Are you worried or have concerns that studying on campus will be a big change for you?
The Student Health Service is happy to discuss any questions you might have on how the pandemic is affecting your studies.
The Student Health Service at Malmö University
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If you are on exchange studies or an internship abroad
If you are on exchange studies or an internship abroad, follow the advice and recommendations that you receive from your host organisation. Keep up to date via local authorities, the WHO and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. You are welcome to contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.