During this period of time, choosing the right choice to study can be quite tricky for your son or daughter. Your son or daughter finds out about the course and the city from a distance and might be worried about how things will turn out. We are aware of the fact that they, but also you as a parent, might struggle with some questions. Questions that have been asked a lot are to be found in the Frequently Asked Questions below. We are obviously at your service and doing our utmost best in answering the rest of your questions.
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As long as the measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus disease are in place, we will offer online education under the 80/20 rule. The aim is to provide around 80 percent of your education online and 20 percent on campus. With regards to on-campus education, we will prioritize certain student groups such as graduates and, from September onwards, first year students. This selection will, of course, be based on developments concerning the coronavirus and the measures imposed by the government.
Check your study programme to find out whether your laptop needs special requirements. Log in to the Inholland network with your Inholland account and get started with your assignments. Everywhere in our buildings we offer places where you can work independently or with your fellow students and use your laptop.
Education offered by Inholland will continue but in a different way. It is our duty to continue to provide education, especially during times like these. We will continue to put effort into online education. The lecturers are responsible for setting up guidelines for you. First year students will be assigned to study counselors who will answer your questions.
At the moment no education activities are taking place at any of our locations. We are taking different scenarios after 1 September into consideration. Decisions will be made when the relaxation of measures are announced. We will not be able to kick off the new academic year in a “normal” fashion as the capacity of our classrooms is limited. We are doing our utmost best to secure a safe study environment for your child.
Our education at Inholland will take current affairs into account. Issues related to the coronavirus and related imposed measures will be reflected in your child's education. For example, students of Tourism Management will tackle questions such as “How will tourism look like after the coronavirus outbreak?”.
For the upcoming academic year, the aim is to provide 80 percent of your education online and 20 percent on campus. With regard to on-campus education, we decided to prioritize certain student groups such as graduates and, from September onwards, first year students. This selection is will be of course based on developments concerning the coronavirus and the measures imposed by the government.