Hogeschool van Amsterdam

Coronavirus information

How is the AUAS dealing with the coronavirus?

Amsterdam is one of the biggest coronavirus hotspots in the Netherlands. The Mayor of Amsterdam has announced new measures in response to this. These measures do not affect the AUAS. The mayor has however warned that even stricter measures will be taken should the infection numbers continue to rise. These measures could eventually impact the AUAS. To avoid this situation it’s crucial that everyone adheres to the basic rules. This applies on campus as well as throughout the city and at home.

In addition to the special corona site where you can access specific updates about the crisis, there are also thematic pages that aim to support employees and students during this time.

For students

Start of your studies (for new international students)

Are you starting your studies in September? The AUAS can help you prepare for this. Even if things are different this year.

Remote learning (for current students)

At amsterdamuas.com/remotelearning, students can access tips on the virtual learning environment, courses, exams, internships and more. It’s also the place to find tips on how to improve one’s health and boost productivity.

For employees

Digital Education (for lecturers)

At digitaalonderwijs.mijnhva.nl/en lecturers can access useful instructions for offering education at a distance, such as online courses and activities to help them achieve learning objectives. This will help to give more didactic depth to online education.

Working from home (for employees)

This site has everything you need to know to work from home as pleasantly as possible during this unprecedented time, such as how to work safely online, ways to keep in touch with colleagues, as well as tips for staying fit physically and mentally.

Published by  Communication 19 August 2020