All courses at bachelor’s and master’s levels given during the Spring term 2021 will be taught online. If circumstances permit, teaching will also, for some courses, take place on campus (so-called hybrid teaching).

For teaching that takes place via Zoom and live, it is important that students participate with the camera turned on. It increases concentration and makes the teaching more similar to on-campus teaching.

For courses starting in the first half of the term, on-campus exams will be replaced with online exams (both first and retake exams). For courses starting in the second half of the term, on-campus exams will be replaced with online exams (both first and retake exams), unless otherwise decided. This has to be decided no later than March 1.

For bachelor’s and master’s theses the seminars will be conducted online with the presence of defending author(s), opponent(s) and the examiner. There are no other requirements on attendance (however, we strongly encourage students to participate in other seminars as well).

Both first and retake exams, which are replaced by online exams and are scheduled on a weekend, may be re-scheduled to a weekday.

More information will be published on each course’s Athena site.