We are ready to start and we are happy to welcome small groups of staff members and first year students to our FEB buildings. We have made preparations and set up a few ‘house rules’.
It is more important than ever that people adhere to the national general regulations for limiting the spread of the virus. Therefore, continue to follow the standard advice that apply to the following buildings: Duisenberg building, Kapteynborg, Smitsborg, Mercator building and Duisenberg pavilion.
FEB students and staff, please check the specific regulations on:
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