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Adjusted travel guidelines regarding Japan for University of Groningen students and staff

21 December 2011

The Board of the University has issued the following guidelines for staff and students of the University of Groningen regarding travelling to Japan:

  • The information from the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs is indicative for the decision whether or not a staff member or student will receive permission to travel abroad for business or study. With regard to Japan, there is a negative indication for travelling to parts of the coastal area near the nuclear power plant Fukushima.

For more information, please contact Ms Jodien Houwers  or visit the website of the Royal Dutch Embassy in Tokyo.

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