As was communicated earlier, all education is offered online during the first semester, starting in September 2020. After thorough considerations and taking into account all governmental- and safety regulations we have come to the following plan to facilitate on-campus activities as well.
As a result of the 1.5-meter regulations, the options for on-campus education will be very limited given the strongly reduced capacity of teaching rooms. We have decided to prioritize access to on-campus education and activities for first year bachelor students and for students enrolled in our regular masters programmes. The on-campus activities have already been scheduled.
This means that second year, third year and pre-master students will not receive any on-campus educational activities during the first block.
We will publish an update again, as soon as we have more information about our on-campus activities.
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