Due to the stricter corona measures we almost entirely switch to online education at least until Monday 26 April. Exceptions are made for practical classes and exams. These do take place on-campus as scheduled. For internships, the same rules apply as to the sector or branch in which your internship takes place. If the activities of the sector continue, the internship can also continue. In case of a necessary travel during the evening due to your internship, an ‘individual curfew statement’ ánd an employer’s statement of your internship is required.
The negative travel advice abroad is extended until 15 May.
The nighttime curfew started on Saturday 23 January and is extended until Tuesday 20 April. Though the curfew will start one hour later from 31 March onwards, at 10 pm instead of 9 pm. In case you have an exam or practical classes in the evening meaning you’ll be out after 10 pm, then you do require an ‘Individual Curfew Statement’ and documentary evidence of your exam. We provide you with this statement after you finish the exam. You can show the documentary evidence of your exam via ‘MyInholland’-app or via the confirmation mail of your exam.
Our buildings are open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for practical classes and exams. For these purposes the commute to and from our buildings is considered as a necessary travel and is therefore permitted. For all other instances, the same rule applies: study at home.
We adhere to the guidelines of the RIVM and the GGD (Municipal Health Services) to ensure the safety of our students and campus facilities.
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