GRADUAL RETURN TO ON-CAMPUS TEACHING THIS AUTUMN
On 1 June, the distance learning recommendation for universities and university colleges is lifted. Teaching and examinations can now gradually start to be held on campus to a larger extent, albeit under restrictions to reduce crowding and the risk of infection.
Information related to corona
Education, research and other activities will gradually return to campus activities during the autumn of 2021. Beginning on November 8, Karlstad University will return to normal activities, provided the situation allows for this.
Zoom is the university's web conferencing tool. As a student you have the opportunity to invite to meetings.
Zoom is a stable, easy-to-use system for distance meetings and is the tool that Karlstad University uses in teaching. Tools can also be used to advantage in contact with your fellow students.
Karlstad University has more than 200 exchange agreements with universities in about 35 countries around the world. Each year we welcome approximately 250 international exchange students.
Mitt Kau is a personal digital service for you as a student at Karlstad University. In Mitt Kau, you perform administrative tasks related to your studies.
The Kau card is a multifunctional card, designed to increase security at the university, facilitate daily life for the card owner and effectivise the card management.
Karlstad - the student city
Karlstad has enjoyed the reputation of being a friendly and hospitable city for a long time and now ranks as one of the best student cities in Sweden.