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Coordinated Examination Service project continues

A photo of the Matteannex from outside.

The first part of the Coordinated Examination Service project has been in full swing since March this year with, among other things, responsibility for the staffing of exam invigilators for all exams in the Annex (MA8, MA9, MA10).

At the start of 2024 it will be time for the next stage of the work towards creating a smooth running, fair and coordinated exam management system that includes more venues.

A new Vice-Chancellor’s decision has been taken concerning the start of part 2 of the Coordinated Examination Service project on 1 January 2024. This means that work will continue on the creation of a smooth running, fair and coordinated exam management system at Lund University.

In the spring semester of 2024 both Sparta and the Annex will be venues for which the Coordinated Examination Service is responsible regarding the staffing of exam invigilators. Eden and Gasque will also be added in the autumn semester of 2024.

In addition to the increase in exam venues, the project will also create around 50 places offering examination with learning support.

There is a need for more exam places within the University and that will be addressed in another subproject that will examine various ways forward.

The project also includes the creation of common rules for invigilated exams. This will improve fairness and ensure equal treatment for all students. The drawing up of these joint rules is being done in consultation with the faculties. The first common rule was drawn up jointly in the spring and concerns entry to and exit from examination venues.

The project is continuing its assignment with the same steering group, which is led by Deputy Vice-Chancellor Lena Eskilsson and includes representatives from the faculties/equivalent, LUS and Central Administration. The group manager of the project continues to be Elin Engman, LU Estates.

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