Latest updates locations Aeres UAS

In this section you can read the latest specific updates for all locations of Aeres Hogeschool (Almere, Dronten en Wageningen). Below these updates you will find the latest general updates and general information that apply throughout Aeres.

21 May 2021

Take advantage of the free self-tests

As previously communicated, it is possible for students and staff in higher education to request free self-tests. Preventive testing helps to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus.

You can request a free set of self-tests through the website www.zelftestonderwijs.nl. There you will find information, an application portal and frequently asked questions and answers. You log in with your school account, which unfortunately sometimes seems to go awry. Just continue to fill it out, the transmission seems to go well. A self-test is not required to come to school. But we do appreciate it, it helps to further open up our society.

The self-test is for preventive use. In case of complaints you still go to the GGD for a PCR test.

The corona policy on foreign internships

With corona infections declining and the number of vaccinations increasing, the ability to travel internationally is again being eased somewhat by the Dutch government, as well as in other countries. As always, we remain in line with government policy. And while there is easing, there is also uncertainty. Travel advice is linked to color codes green, yellow, orange and red and these can change in the meantime. On this site you can always see the current codes of the countries. Countries with green and yellow travel advice are in principle allowed again as a travel destination. At the same website you will find per country the current COVID measures; please inform yourself and adhere to these.

What does this mean for an internship abroad?

If, according to the government, travel to green and yellow areas is allowed again, you as a student may choose to do an internship in one of these countries. However: if the situation changes in the preparation for the internship or during the internship and when a student is abroad, the risk and the costs of, for example, returning to the Netherlands will be borne by the student. Aeres University of Applied Sciences is not responsible for this.

10 May 2021

Self-tests

Starting this month, the Dutch government is making self-tests available to staff and students in higher education so they can test themselves preventively for Covid. Self-testing in education is part of a broader introduction of self-testing in Dutch society as an additional tool to gain insight into the spread of the coronavirus and its control.

How do you get a self-test and do you have to pay for it?

Every employee and student can request a set of self-tests free of charge through the website www.zelftestonderwijs.nl. There you will find information, an application portal and frequently asked questions and answers. Also available in English.

Is taking a self-test mandatory in order to attend school?

No, taking a self-test is not required to come to school. Because it helps to further open up our society, we appreciate it when people take a self-test, but we do not enforce it.

We emphasize that in case of complaints it is important to do a PCR test at the GGD and not a self test. These are for preventive use only.

We understand that the national website www.zelftestonderwijs.nl in some cases gives an error, Aeres University of Applied Sciences can not help this unfortunately. Please try again later.

Latest updates Aeres in general

April 21, 2021

Classes on location after the May holidays

Students in higher education can again follow physical education on location from April 26, for a maximum of one day per week. This became clear in the cabinet's press conference on April 21. For Aeres Hogeschool, this means that the lessons start on location after the May holiday or the week after. There will be communication per faculty about the exact details per location.

March 24, 2021

Update travel policy

With regard to travelling abroad, Aeres follows the advice and regulations of the national government. For that reason it is policy not to travel for work or study purposes. This measure was extended this week until May 15, 2021.

General information

Attention: this information has been updated on Wednesday March 24, 2021.

In December 2019 the outbreak of the coronavirus started in the Wuhan region in China. Since then it is detected in many countries and measures are taken worldwide to prevent the coronavirus from further spreading. Aeres is following the national guidelines of the Ministery of Foreign Affairs (travel advice) and the RIVM, the national Institute for Public Health and the Environment.

Important information about the coronavirus and, more specific, the measures Aeres takes in case of emergency, will be shared on this page. All Aeres schools and locations follow these guidelines and measures.

Contagiousness and symptoms

Patients infected with the coronavirus have a fever and respiratory symptoms, such as a cough, shortness of breath and pneumonia. 

Prevent infection or virus spreading:

  • wash your hands on a regularly basis;
  • sneeze or cough in your elbow, not in your hands;
  • use paper tissues;
  • don’t shake hands;
  • stay at home when you show cold or flu symptoms.

Contact your GP (doctor’s office) if:
you have a fever above 38 degrees with respiratory symptoms (coughing or shortness of breath)

DO NOT visit the GP (doctor’s office) but contact them by phone and follow their instructions.

Visit the website of the RIVM for more information.

Travellers

With regard to travelling abroad, Aeres follows the advice and regulations of the national government. For that reason it is policy not to travel for work or study purposes. This measure was extended this week until May 15, 2021.

Questions

Check out the sites mentioned above for more information. In case of any Aeres-related questions, please contact inlichtingen@aeres.nl. For study-related questions, you can contact your Aeres institution directly at: