Corona measures January 14 - Higher education open with stricter face mask advice


We are pleased with the message from the new cabinet that higher education can 'open' again from 17 January. In the coming weeks, your exams and/or practical lessons will take place according to your schedule. And with effect from period 3, education will open completely physically again.

General face mask advice
Conditions are attached to the reopening of higher education. There is a maximum group size of 75 people, with the exception of exams. In addition, the face mask advice is tightened. We ask you to wear a medical mask everywhere in the university from Monday 17 January. So even if you are in class or working with a group in a room. Of course you don't have to wear a face mask if you are alone in a room or if you are having a drink or food. At the University building, stick to the basic rules and hold each other accountable for them. Try to keep your distance in the classrooms as well.

Request self-tests via zelftestonderwijs.nl 
We continue to ask you to take a self-test twice a week, if you come to our buildings. The self-tests can also be ordered via www.zelftestonderwijs.nl. You can pick up a self-test at the University building as well.

Corona and exams
At Inholland University of Applied Sciences, we strive for a safe and healthy learning environment. That is why we urge you to adhere to the general corona guidelines. Do you have corona-related symptoms, have you been tested positive or are you in quarantine? Then do not come to the University building for your exams.

Are you unable to participate in your exam due to Corona complaints, a positive test or quarantine? Please contact your study program via your study coach, mentor or lecturer prior to your exam. The Examination Board is looking into what is possible to make an extra chance for exams available.

The relaxation is a great step for our education. Above all, keep in touch with each other and with your fellow students. Share what you feel, listen to each other and see what you can do for each other. 

If you have any questions, you can always contact the Student Success Center. or look at Iris - Knowledge Base .