Due to the spread of the infectious corona virus in Denmark, on 11 March the government decided to send home students and staff of all the country’s institutions of higher education to reduce the risk of infection. KADK is part of the government’s partial reopening process from 18 May to 8 June.
On 7 May, the government presented a plan for phase two of the reopening and a slightly longer-term plan for phases three and four. KADK is part of the current reopening in phase two and can therefore increase its partial reopening from 18 May for highly critical activities related to teaching and exams. KADK is also part of the government’s longer-term reopening plan starting on 8 June, in which it is planned to increase the number of research activities requiring presence, if conditions vis-à-vis infection are properly controlled. Maybe it is even possible that all KADK’s programmes will be back on campus by the end of the summer.
However, KADK will still continue to function mainly as a virtual education and research institution, and will follow the government’s general plans for reopening. Thus, the majority of KADK’s staff and students will still work from home and in virtual forums
KADK, of course, supports the authorities’ instructions in the context of reducing the risk of infection, and echoes their call for everyone to display public spirit and to limit social contact in this extraordinary situation.
Students and staff will be informed via the Intranet as the situation evolves.
Links for students and employees at KADK