In the academic year 2021/2022 we are able to teach on campus again, subject to certain conditions.
A number of additional measures will remain in place in order to ensure everyone's safety:
The campus is open
A maximum capacity of 75 persons per room is in place. We want everyone to be and feel safe. We ask you to take of one and other by following our guidelines. Go to uva.nl/locations for a current overview of opening hours.
Studying at the University Library
Bring your Student or Staff ID Card. Be sure to check in and out when entering or leaving a building.
We ask everyone to get vaccinated if possible. You van make an appointment for this via coronatest.nl. We also ask you to carry out a self-test at least twice a week, even if you are vaccinated. Order your free self-test at www.zelftestonderwijs.nl.
All buildings enable sufficient ventilation in accordance with the guidelines of the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment. Safe use of ventilation systems is a constant area of attention for us.
I have symptoms
I do not have any symptoms and am a student
I do not have any symptoms and am a staff member
I do not have any symptoms but a household member does, and I am not protected against the coronavirus.
Avoid rush hour whenever possible.
I do not have any symptoms but a household member does, and I am protected against the coronavirus.
I have been travelling abroad
How can you study or work if you need to be in quarantine?
Students can contact their study adviser, employees their supervisor.
You are protected against coronavirus if:
If you develop symptons that tie in with coronavirus, you should always get tested at the GGD (Municipal Health Service).
Any questions? Please see the FAQs at uva.nl/corona | Other questions can be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Version 24 November | This overview will be updated if there are any changes to the guidelines or measures issued by the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) or the government.
Self-testing will remain important. We hope that every student and staff member performs a self-test at least twice a week. These tests can be ordered free of charge at zelftestonderwijs.nl. Self-testing and vaccinations allow us all to contribute to a safe campus and the further easing of measures in the education system.
International students can get their vaccination at RAI Amsterdam any time after their arrival in the Netherlands. See all vaccination locations here.
You will not be required to prove that you have been staying in the Netherlands for at least one month or to have a BSN number.
Is this the first time you will receive a dose of a vaccine?
You do not need to make an appointment for either the campus vaccination unit or for the RAI Amsterdam location.
Have you received the first dose of a vaccine in your home country?
Please make an appointment with The Amsterdam Municipal Health Service (GGD). A special appointment hotline for international students is available: (+31) 020 5555 202. You can also send an email to email@example.com.