Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

AUAS seeks solutions to bottlenecks in skill-based education

21 Apr 2020 20:52 | Communication

The Dutch government has announced that the current measures for higher education will continue after 28 April.

The AUAS is doing everything in its power to ensure the continuation of education and to prevent study delays, and is therefore working within the existing guidelines to resolve urgent bottlenecks in the field of skills education and assessments that must take place in labs or spaces intended for practical education. In the meantime, the situation remains the same: there will be no on-campus education until the end of the academic year, and unfortunately it is not possible to conduct assessments on campus.
The fact that the situation for the AUAS remains unchanged also means that some work will continue on-campus in order to safeguard crucial operations: the Leeuwenburg, the Wibaut building and the Nicolaes Tulp building will remain open on weekdays from 08:00 to 18:00. In these buildings study and work spaces will remain available for students and staff who, due to circumstances, are unable to study or work at home. Bring your AUAS-ID and follow the instructions of the AUAS staff on the premesis.
Many thanks to everyone for their cooperation so far, commitment, stamina as well as the team collaboration and support.