AUAS postpones the BSA

20 Mar 2020 18:00 | Communication

The Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS) is postponing the BSA (binding study advice) due to the corona crisis. AUAS aims for education and exams to continue wherever possible. The degree programmes are working hard to ensure this. Nevertheless, it cannot be ruled out that students risk a delay in their academic progress due to the corona crisis.

As a result, students will not meet the standards for their binding study advice. That is why the rules surrounding the binding study advice are now as follows: all current first-year students will be able to continue their programme next year.

However, it is important that everyone keeps up with their education and passes their exams. This will help students to pass their propaedeutic year during the next academic year. It will also help prevent the accrual of considerable costs due to study delay. Students who have doubts about continuing their studies can request advice and guidance concerning this.

Visit the FAQ on to find out how the suspension of the BSA works.