Give each other space where possible and respect each other’s boundaries and concerns. Check quarantainecheck.rijksoverheid.nl for information on when to get tested and advice on quarantine.
Measures on campus - written in text
- Keep 1.5 meter distance whenever possible.
- Cough and sneeze in your elbow.
- Wash your hands regularly.
- Avoid shaking hands.
If you have symptoms, stay at home and get tested
Get tested by the municipal health service (GGD) or perform a selftest, even if you have been vaccinated. If a self-test shows a positive result, always get tested at the GGD.
The campus is open
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.
Self-testing and vaccination
Vaccinations and self-testing allow us all toe contribute to a safe campus and to further easing of measures in the education system. Therefore, every student is asked to perform a self-test twice a week. We also encourage everyone to get vaccinated (unless you are unable to doe so for medical reasons).
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.
When to self-quarantine and test
Do the quarantine-check to find out if you need to self-quarantine and when you should get tested. Even if you are vaccinated or have recovered from corona. Do the quarantine-check.
Discuss hybrid working in your team
The relaxation of the advice to work from home means there are broader possibilities to work at the office and at home. The UvA wants to continue to facilitate hybrid working in the future.
Order your self-test online for free
Self-testing will remain important. Order your test free of charge at zelftestonderwijs.nl.
International students can get their vaccination 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.
More information on important topics
- Download the guidelines for a safe studying and working environment on campus here.
- Travelling for UvA? Discuss this with a study advisor or supervisor. Find more information on travelling from the Netherlands and (returning) to the Netherlands.
- Find answers to other questions on the coronavirus FAQ pages.