Information about HAS University of Applied Sciences related to the coronavirus
* Last update May 14 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.
As requested by the Dutch Government all educational activities (in their regular form) on the University locations of HAS University of Applied Sciences in Den Bosch and Venlo are cancelled due to the Coronavirus outbreak. This means: no educational activities at the schools facilities. The Executive Board of HAS University of Applied Sciences has decided to continue all education online until the summer holidays. If in the meantime the government decides to make the corona-measures less severe, we will reassess the possibilities to provide educational activities (including examination) on their respective locations, within the newly formulated measures of the government.
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
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.