Q&A corona

It seems that the Corona crisis is coming to an end, and we are very happy to have been able to welcome you physically in our locations. All educational activities are taking place in the University buildings and we do not need to keep the 1,5 metres distance. Also, the requirement to wear a face mask has been dropped. This means you won’t need to wear a face mask in our buildings anymore. In addition, there is no limited number of people who can join an educational activity.

Self-testing Even though it is not mandatory to do so, we kindly like to ask you to self-test regularly, when coming to the buildings. In the case of a positive self-test, we would like to ask you to stay at home and make an appointment for a PCR test. Doing a self-test is also wise if you have been vaccinated.

Note: only use a self-test if you don’t have symptoms. If this is the case, please make an appointment for a PCR test.

Travel abroad The travel ban aimed at non-essential travels is lifted. We follow the travel advice stated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The colour codes per country are leading in terms of traveling rules. Only if the respective country indicates a positive travel advice (colour code yellow or green) then you are allowed to travel to that specific European country. From September onwards we can offer more possibilities to travel abroad for study or work purposes. For more information about studying and work placement abroad please refer to this page.

Outside of school Almost all locations are open. The basic rules to prevent the spread of coronavirus still apply everywhere. Some restrictions still apply:

  • At certain locations people must show a coronavirus entry pass. This can be a proof of vaccination, a negative PCR or an antigen test
  • Opening times are still restricted for all restaurants, bars, cafes and clubs. They must be closed between midnight and 06.00, except for takeaway.

For more information on the regulations outside of school please check the Government’s official website.