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Regarding the novel coronavirus: The University of Borås has extended yellow level until 8 November. Yellow level means that university operations are to continue but that physical contact should be minimised as much as possible. The university has moved over to online instruction as far as possibleStay updated.

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2020
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Now it’s time to make a big change to the university website!

After months of workshops, development, and testing, technical changes to the university’s website content management system are now underway.

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Changes regarding the registration fee for Kretsloppet

Registration for Kretsloppet in Borås this autumn has opened, but the university is pending.


Now the trash can in the offices will be removed

As of week 21, the trash can is removed from the offices in Balder and at the Communications office.


Yellow level extended

The University of Borås is extending yellow level until 8 November. That decision was taken today by Vice-Chancellor Mats Tinnsten.


UKÄ interviews employees: ”Benefits our development”

Pro-Vice-Chancellor Kim Bolton is leading the university's work with the quality system for research and tells us what this means.


New Chief Safety Representative’s First Assignment, Corona...

On 1 March, she took over the role of Chief Safety Representative. Then the coronavirus pandemic shook the world and the university.


Two new Deans of Faculty appointed

Two new Deans of Faculty have now been appointed. They are Päivi Ristola and Martin G Erikson.


The university's first public thesis defence via video link

The novel coronavirus was not an obstacle. Yesterday, the first public thesis defence to be conducted via video link took place.


Status: New service planning system

An update on the ongoing work to procure and implement a standard system for planning and monitoring teachers’ and researchers’ working time.


She is the recipient of the university’s Pedagogical Prize 2019

How do you make a heavy and theoretical topic like marketing interesting to students? Senior Lecturer Jeanette Carlsson Hauff knows how.