We are very concerned regarding the current situation in Hong Kong, especially near some of the premises of our partner universities. The University of Hong Kong, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and Hong Kong Baptist University have informed us that they have suspended education for the remainder of this term. Some universities are even closed. We have therefore informed our students in Hong Kong to reconsider staying in the city.
Overall the UG follows the advice of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs with regard to travel. At the moment the situation is “yellow”. This means that students and any staff members have to be alert, but that they are not forced to return home. This is at everyone’s own discretion.
Our advice for students:
We want to thank our partner universities in Hong Kong for the support they give to our students. And we hope to see you all safe and sound back in Groningen.
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