What will education look like in September?


As it currently stands, it looks like the majority of all our teaching will be able to take place at the university of applied sciences starting in September, and the 1.5-metre stipulation can be waived. However, additional measures remain in place, such as voluntary self-testing and a maximum group size of 75 persons. 

What does this mean 

This means that workshops and practice lessons can be held on location. The lectures will continue online and will be recorded whenever feasible. Students can then watch these at home or another location at a time of their choice, without getting tangled up with other lectures on site. This also prevents students from having to travel to the location for a single lecture. VHL is looking forward to welcoming students on location more frequently. Of course, the minister (and VHL) are not entirely certain how things will play out, which is why we are also keeping a Plan B in reserve. Any and all changes will be shared on this page. 

Introduction week 

VHL is organising a series of introduction days in the week of 23 to 27 August. Each degree programme will hold one info morning for new students of our university of applied sciences. An afternoon and evening programme will be organised by student associations on the same day. An International Welcome Day will also be held for international students. Students who have registered have received personal notification. For more information, please visit www.vhluniversity.com/enrolled

Students VHL by bike at the location in Velp