What will education look like this academic year?

Teaching in Term 1 of the new academic year is scheduled on campus without a 1.5 metre measure and with a maximum group size of 75. Classes with groups larger than 75 will be taught online or in a hybrid form as much as possible. This maximum group size does not apply to exams.

The education in block 2 is scheduled entirely on location without the 1.5 meter measure and without maximum group size. This means online education will largely disappear, and will only be provided in exceptional cases. We therefore ask students and staff to return to campus as much as possible.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Classes increasingly take place on campus. This means possibilities to follow them remotely are becoming more limited, which is why we ask everyone to come to campus as much as possible. If you are unable to do so, the Director of Education may give you permission to follow classes online. Please contact Student Affairs if you wish to do so. Note that this permission will be given for one period only, after which the situation will be reassessed.

If you are ill, the normal rules apply, which you can read under 'regulations and procedures' on this website.

The university does not allow travel to countries with code orange. Only the dean of the faculty can grant an exception for this in special circumstances. If you are doing an internship or research project abroad, always contact the International Office Geosciences.