- Online courses: These courses will run as long as they meet the minimum amount of applicants. The coronavirus will not have a direct impact on these courses as they can be followed from a student's home environment.
- On-Campus courses: These courses might be impacted by the coronavirus. For this reason, we have decided to make a decision about on-campus courses on 1 May. There are three possible outcomes after this decision:
1. The course can run on-campus as planned. It is possible that due to reinforced governmental restrictions, the university still cancels the course between 1 May and the start of the course. If this happens, the student will receive a full refund.
2. The course cannot run on-campus and will move online. After students have been informed about this outcome, they will have one week to decide if they want to follow the course online or if they want to receive a full refund. In case students who applied and paid for the on-campus course join us online, the difference between the price of an online and an on-campus course will be refunded.
3. The course cannot run on-campus and cannot be offered online. Students can apply for a full refund or join another course.
1. A full refund will be given (on course fee, housing and social activities) in case you need to cancel your on-campus course due to travel restrictions or in case we decide to cancel the on-campus programme. We will not refund travel costs and such. We therefore strongly recommend to hold on to booking your travel arrangements until we have confirmed that the on-campus course can run.
2. For both the courses offered on-campus and the online courses, you can cancel free of charge (and without reason) until 1 May.