All education that is now taught online in block 4, stays online, including work groups. Educational practices that have stopped because they cannot happen online and the guidance of vulnerable students (by study advisors and academic personnel, f.e. with a thesis) will be launched within the space and frameworks currently available. We still have to abide to the time slot given to us by the Cabinet between 11.00-15.00 and after 20.00 o’clock. The Cabinet offers some room for local tailored solutions with regards to times and mobility (in our case within the Utrecht safety region). We are currently in conversation about this with partner institutions, transport companies and mayor Jan van Zanen. Students will receive word no later than the 4th of June from their teacher/mentor about education and mentoring that will be launched on 15 June.
In addition, we are preparing to be able to offer our education in Block 1 of next year to a large extent online and, where possible, again in our buildings. On Campus, if we can; online, because we can. We are looking for the best hybrid solution. We will determine the priorities for the distribution of the scarce space in consultation with the faculties and study programmes. It goes without saying that education that cannot be provided online will be given priority (labs, internships, etc.). Soon we will establish frameworks and tools for prioritising education in the first semester. Our aim is for students to know where they stand as soon as possible, and for lecturers to be able to prepare for semester 1 before summer starts.