Overview of the partial shutdown and stricter guidelines

Read the guidelines that, as a result of stricter national measures, apply to all DTU facilities.

Stricter national measures valid for the whole country up to and including 20 April 2021

At all DTU facilities, the following applies up to and including 20 April:  

  • That all employees must work from home as much as possible—except for employees who perform critical functions or for whom ongoing research projects or teaching require presence at the workplace,
    That all oral examinations must be conducted online unless it is not practically possible (read more),
  • That all written place tests are converted to online, unless it is not practically possible (read more) (partially canceled 6 April, more info in the course descriptions),
  • That canteens, cafés, common areas, as well as DTU Sport and all fitness facilities, are closed
  • That PF’s facilities are closed a part from the study hall and exam cafés will be converted to online

The above guidelines take precedence over the following at all times.

 

Also applicable for the whole country up to and including 20 April 2021:

Everyone who moves around indoors on DTU's campuses, sites and facilities must wear a facemask or visor. It is, for example, in canteens, corridors and common areas.

The teaching situation is excluded, be it in auditoriums, teaching rooms or laboratories, just as it generally does not apply to work in offices, workshops and laboratories (however, be aware of the already applicable guidelines for laboratory work).

For employees:
  • All employees must work from home to the extent possible, and as long as it does not compromise critical functions or the implementation of teaching or research. The scope of work from home is clarified with the immediate supervisor.
  • All social events have been canceled.
  • All clubs and associations must be closed. Some activities under the auspices of DTU Sport are exempt. 
  • Employees are welcome to attend external meetings if deemed necessary.
  • Be aware that teaching and teaching-related activities are not subject to the assembly ban.
  • Events - especially with external participation - are encouraged to adhere to the assembly plan if possible.
For students:
  • The teaching is converted to online, except for courses that have been granted a dispensation for physical presence during experimental activities until 11 May, i.e. the rest of the 13-week period.

  • All clubs and associations must be closed.
  • All Friday bars are closed.
  • The S-house is closed.
  • Also pay attention to:
    • that teachers must interrupt teaching if students do not comply with the guidelines
    • that teachers are authorized to ask students who are not registered for the course to leave the room
    • that furniture must not be moved around the premises.
For teachers:
  • The teaching is converted to online, except for courses that have been granted a dispensation for physical presence during experimental activities until 11 May, i.e. the rest of the 13-week period.

  • Teachers should pay special attention to whether students comply with the guidelines. If not, the teaching must be interrupted.

Read more about the national measures (in Danish).