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FAQ about coronavirus and ITU

See below for the all the questions regarding the the Covid-19 situation and ITU Campus.
Also remember to keep updated at our communication channel Latest news.

This page is updated regularly following the newest guidelines and restrictions from the Authorities.

Update on restrictions
The newest announcement being that from February 1 all restrictions will be lifted and students and staff can return to a normal everyday life at campus.

Access

ITU Campus is open with access to campus 24/7. 

Starting from February 1 everyone can enter as normal. No corona passport required.

Guests are also welcome again to Campus.


General info

If you are infected with COVID-19 you need to be at home and self-isolate. 

For more information see here on one of the official websites.

Other students and personnel at ITU is no longer considered as close contacts.

We advice you to go to en.coronasmitte.dk for information about what determines a close contact and how to act.

Access the information in Danish here

The recommendation is still to self-isolate and to take a PCR test for Covid-19 as soon as possible.

Starting from February 1 you no longer need to wear a face mask / face visor when you enter and walk around campus - including the canteen.

If you use the labs you must follow the cleaning instructions in the lab. That includes cleaning the equipment, tables, doorknobs, switches, keyboards, screens, water taps etc. after use.

If in doubt you can always contact the Corona hotline or check out Coronasmitte.dk or the Danish Health Authority COVID19 page 


Courses and projects

Ordinary exams
Even though the semester has taken place at ITU, due to the rapid spread of the COVID-19 Omikron variant, all exams due January 2022 has been moved online.

Re-exams
As always a re-exam can change form, but as a standard it will not.

Since Covid-19 is still a thing to consider, it can influence on the form for your re-exam. 

Be sure to keep yourself updated in LearnIT about information on your re-exam.

For the Spring semester we are again welcoming everyone back at Campus for lectures and exercises, groupwork and study sessions.

At ITU or online?
Be aware that for each course it can vary if the course is executed all online, physically at ITU campus or a mix of both. Some departments will prioritise on-campus teaching, while others will accommodate to the flexibility that the online education can give to the current situation.

You can find the details for this on the course page in LearnIT.

The course pages will be updated before semester start about how to attend. If you are not able to find the information as week 5 approaches then contact the course manager.

Be aware that the restrictions are all lifted starting from February 1. COVID-19 is no longer a public health issue and coming to campus is considered safe.

If you have symptoms or you test positive with COVID-19 of course you cannot participate in class and group activities, since you need to stay at home.   

Missing out on a lecture
Should you miss out on some lectures due to special circumstances caused by COVID-19, as in any other case, it is a good idea to stay in contact with fellow students for important information and updates.

Missing out on many lectures
If you miss out on too many lectures and knowledge due to special circumstances caused by COVID-19, you can consider applying for an exemption. Remember you will need to be able to document the special circumstances at play. Read more about how to apply for an exemption.

It is necessary to mention that since all restrictions have been lifted, we are back to normal with students attending lectures and exercises at ITU.

The teacher is not required to be able to share his lecture online or present anything digital.

See the information above if you are missing out on lectures due to either having symptoms or being tested positive with COVID-19.

This page was last updated January 2022