On April 21, the Prime Minister of the Netherlands informed the nation about the ongoing measures taken to tackle the corona crisis. The situation remains unchanged at Nyenrode. This means working or studying at home and attending online meetings or lectures. On May 20, a new perspective will be communicated from the government about the measures.
Professors are streaming lectures from home, students have gone to their parents, when possible, and employees are looking for possibilities to collaborate online. It is quiet at the campuses of Nyenrode Business University.
Recently, more coronavirus (COVID-19) patients were reported by the Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment RIVM in the Netherlands. Nyenrode follows the travel advice of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the guidelines and advice of the RIVM and the GGD Regio Utrecht.
Starting this summer, Nyenrode Business University’s newest degree program will also be offered in the heart of Amsterdam. This will give students enrolling in the BSc in Business Administration (BScBA) the choice between studying in the city or on campus in Breukelen. The advantage of Amsterdam? Students there have more flexibility when it comes to everything from choosing their accommodation to joining a student association.