From the 28th September to the 2nd October, the Jožef Stefan Institute hosted their first remote course in Experimental Reactor Physics. The course was organized for the Uppsala University, Sweden, and was attended by six of their enthusiastic students and two professors. The course consisted of six exercises: Critical experiment, Reactor response to step changes in reactivity, Reactor operation, Control rod calibration, Void and Temperature reactivity coefficient measurements. The students were able to follow the experiments through several video and sound connections between Uppsala and Ljubljana and also to remotely interact with the JSI experimental equipment in order to perform the measurements.