The political agreement means that a significant part of SDU's staff will be allowed to return to their workplace. Unfortunately, most of our students will have to wait until August.
Phase 2 means that, with effect from 18 May, universities can conduct teaching and examinations requiring physical attendance.
SDU expects to open research laboratories in Odense (Campusvej and Winsløwparken) and in Sønderborg from Thursday, April 23.
Follow-up to political agreement on partial reopening of research laboratories for researchers and students
The exact time for the reopening of the research laboratories is not yet known, but we expect the reopening to happen next week (week 17).
The reopening of Denmark has taken yet another step after the government and the parliamentary parties on 17 April 2020 agreed on further opening of various sectors in Denmark.
At a press conference held on 6 April at 8:00 p.m., the Prime Minister announced that all higher education institutions will remain closed until 10 May (inclusive) due to the coronavirus situation.
For SDU, this means that the physical lockdown has been extended up to and including 13 April (Easter Monday).
Denmark's borders will close from Saturday 14th of March at 12 noon until 13th of April as part of efforts to inhibit the spread of COVID-19. (Updated 03/16-2020).
The University of Southern Denmark has decided with immediate effect to shut down all campuses.
The prime minister and authorities announced new measures to contain coronavirus on March 6, urging everyone to expel community minds, take into account weakened, elderly and chronically ill citizens, and be at the forefront of measures that prevent the spread of infection in the community.
The outbreak of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is developing rapidly in a number of countries, including Italy.