Covid-19 has had a significant impact on our University and our community and will most likely do so in the coming period. It is an extraordinary period in which we follow the guidelines issued by the government and National Institute for Public Health and the Environment RIVM so we can continue our activities as much as possible in a safe and responsible way. We have an eye for the well-being of our employees and students and try to support them as best we can. And at the same time, our researchers are doing a great job in researching the coronavirus and how to combat the crisis from multiple angles.
We ask all our staff and students to work and study from home as much as possible. It goes without saying that we will continue to closely monitor the latest developments concerning the coronavirus. You can stay up to date via the UT's website, our newsletters for students and staff, Canvas and our staff and student portals.
If you have any questions about your specific situation regarding the coronavirus, you can contact your supervisor or Student Services. Other questions concerning the coronavirus can be sent via email to: email@example.com.
We are closely monitoring the latest developments concerning the coronavirus. You can find the latest updates here.
- 3 June, 2021New UT-wide coronamailing
Regarding reopening of sports centre, holding training sessions and courses on campus and preparations for the new academic year.
- 19 May, 2021New UT-wide coronamailing
With an update on further reopening/availability of campus facilities and regulations on international travelling, and more.
- 6 May, 2021COVID-19 self-tests now available
You may now order your COVID-19 self-test via zelftestonderwijs.nl
- 21 April, 2021New UT-wide coronamailing
A new mailing has been sent to students and staff members regarding specific information on studying in project teams on campus and ordering rapid tests.
- 16 April, 2021New UT-wide coronamailing
In the newest Corona update, you will find more information about the introduction of rapid testing from 26 April onwards.