Are you planning to start your master's studies at Chalmers? The application, admission and tuition fee process remains unaffected by the ongoing pandemic.
The spread of infection is currently moving in a positive direction in Sweden and the vaccination rate is increasing steadily. Therefore, the university has begun a gradual return to the workplace for students and employees. As far as teaching is concerned, the limit on the number of students in classrooms has been lifted since 29 September, 2021.
The following applies to all education at Chalmers for Autumn 2021:
- Teaching at Chalmers will be carried out in a hybrid format during study period 1 (30 August–31 October 2021) with the distribution between digital and campus-based teaching depending on prevailing restrictions and recommendations. Our aim is that you will spend at least half of your scheduled time on campus during study period 1.
- The plan for study period 2 (1 November 2021–16 January 2022) is that all teaching can be conducted without restrictions.
- All students, including international master’s students, must be prepared to participate in on-campus studies throughout the semester.
- This means that it will not be possible to start distance learning during the autumn semester 2021.
- Chalmers accepts students for exchange studies if the student's home university allows it.
Vaccination in Sweden
You do not have to be a Swedish citizen to get a vaccine against Covid-19 in Sweden. Everyone who lives or permanently stays in Sweden will be offered vaccination, in the order of priority recommended by the Swedish Public Health Agency. The vaccination against Covid-19 is free of cost.
Please note that when vaccination is offered for your age group, you must book a time to receive your first dose of the vaccination yourself. Region Västra Götaland will provide more information on when and how to do so in the link below.Read more about the vaccination in Västra Götaland
Student-generated content about the pandemic
Here you will be able to find blogs and videos made by our international student ambassadors about how their studies at Chalmers have been affected by the Corona outbreak.
Important information from Swedish authorities
Keep yourself updated about the current Corona situation in Sweden and the travelling restrictions for Sweden by following the links below: