There is currently an outbreak of a new coronavirus. The university follows the recommendations of the Public Health Agency of Sweden, as well as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (for travels abroad).
From 1 January 2020, the university will make reimbursements for prescription medications, medical care, physiotherapy, and hospital care under a central collective agreement.
All staff may have their picture taken. The photos are used in the contact registry on our website and in press materials. Find out when the next photo session is.
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Well done, everyone! That is Vice-Chancellor Mats Tinnsten’s message to the staff in response to final figures on the economic situation in 2019.
After many years as Head of Professional Services, Karin Cardell will leave her post at the University of Borås.
SEK 2,000 per calendar year – this is the new health allowance amount for salaried employees.
The Centre for Welfare Studies (CVS for its Swedish name, Centrum för välfärdsstudier) is now announcing planning grants.