Classes on Campus
In recent days there has been a rapid development of the situation around the coronavirus. The life and health of our students and staff remain our number one priority. We are part of a national effort to limit infections, and we follow the recommendations and advice from the health authorities, and we are now introducing several measures to prevent infection.
As of tomorrow, Thursday, March 12, there will be essentially no classes on campus. In the future, classes will primarily take place digitally. Smaller classes/groups can with certain exceptions still be held on campus. Guidance in practice and assignment writing will preferably be via skype or telephone.
VID's campuses are still open for students to study and prepare for exams.
Students will receive information about changes in the completion of exams and teaching on the Student web, Canvas and the college's website. It is important that everyone keeps up to date on the information posted on these sites.
VID will, as far as possible, facilitate the planned completion of exams, and we’re working continually develop alternative forms of examinations.
Disputes will be helds at the scheduled time, but digital transfers will be considered in each case.
Home office for staff
For employees, we recommend home office if your work permits it, and your presence on campus is not required. This should be cleared individually with the nearest manager.
No travel to / from risk areas will be permitted, and everyone needs to follow the Ministry for Foreign Affairs' travel advice. For all other areas, only trips that are business-critical must be completed, and then after being cleared with the nearest manager. This also applies to visitors to VID. Consider whether digital solutions is an option.