E olhem que estes eram pela imunidade em manda… ou rebanho… ou lá o que é.
Sweden’s Council for Higher Education (UHR) has cancelled the autumn raft of bi-annual university entrance exams, the hogskoleprovet, known in English as the Swedish Scholastic Aptitude Test (SweSAT).
The decision came after criticism from 21 Swedish university and higher education principals, who voiced their concerns in an editorial piece in the daily newspaper Svenska Dagbladet.
The academics argued that it would be unsafe to continue with the plans for SweSAT exams this autumn due to the risk of “cluster contagion” of coronavirus, as students would sit for hours in closed rooms. The professors represent higher education institutions that are responsible for holding the exams every year, once in spring and once in autumn.