Please see first further information via the following links:
- Coronavirus situation at the University of Helsinki (general information channel used by the University of Helsinki during the outbreak)
- General instructions for students
- General instructions for teaching staff
Any special instructions applying exclusively to research, teaching and other arrangements at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine will be published on this page.
Page updated on 28 May 2021
Recommendation for teleworking
The recommendation to telework is valid until 29 August 2021. Possible updates to this recommendation will be made by 13 August 2021.
Whenever possible, all research must be conducted by telecommuting. If working part- or full-time on University premises is necessary for research purposes, the matter must be agreed with the relevant supervisor. Working on University premises is not permitted on the basis of a personal notification.
At the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, directors of department are responsible for organising the permission procedure at their respective departments in cooperation with the relevant principal investigators/immediate supervisors. This must be implemented by creating a timetable for laboratory work so that it is possible to indicate which persons are working in a specific facility at a specific time. The procedure where a separate permit for launching research activities is needed will be discontinued, but department directors will monitor facility use and can prioritise it, when necessary. Upon request, department directors must be able to provide reports on the individuals who have worked at the facilities at a specific time.
Further information on research work: Dean Antti Sukura, email@example.com
Instructions of the Bachelor’s Programme in Veterinary Medicine and the Degree Programme in Veterinary Medicine for the provision of teaching
The Faculty will comply with the instructions issued by the University of Helsinki’s coronavirus management team. Please keep up to date on the latest information provided by the University of Helsinki.
Specific instructions for students (in Finnish only)
Public examinations of doctoral theses