Information about HAS University of Applied Sciences related to the coronavirus
* Last update December 15 2020 - More information about HAS University of Applied Sciences and the coronavirus can be found on this page.
The health of students, staff and visitors is very important for HAS University of Applied Sciences, that is why we are closely monitoring developments related to coronavirus. We are following the guidelines and instructions from the Dutch National Institute for Public Health and Environmental Protection (RIVM), the GGD Municipal Health Service, the Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs relating to the coronavirus. Of course, HAS University is prepared for various scenarios so that we can take appropriate action if we receive guidelines and instructions to do so.
Because of the current corona situation, the Dutch cabinet has decided to further tighten the existing corona measures from 16 December.
As of Wednesday 16 December, HAS University of Applied Sciences will change to online education with the exception of practical education, assessments and exams.
With the protocol 'Working and studying responsibly at HAS University of Applied Sciences' we create space for a safe togetherness at the HAS. Students, staff, and visitors are urged to adhere to the measures and instructions in this protocol (shared upon visit). It is also mandatory to wear a mouth mask within the HAS buildings.
We are sending regular updates to students and employees via our internal communication channels and a special page on our intranet. This page is constantly updated as new facts become known.
- Are you an employee or student and do you have questions?
Go to our intranet page. You can also reach this page following has.nl/corona.
- Do you provide internships and do you have questions?
Read this article on internships and the coronavirus
- Have you graduated and are you staying in the Netherlands after graduation?
Check out this infosheet from de IND (Immigration and Naturalisation Service).
For general information about the coronavirus we refer you to the RIVM website
You can also ask questions calling the special national phone number +31 (0)800-1351.