What is the situation regarding exams?
All teaching and assessment will be delivered remotely wherever possible, according to the current Vice-Chancellor's decision. An exemption is required to hold in-person examinations.
Measures to prevent infection are in place in relevant exam venues:
- Arrive at exam rooms in very good time to avoid queues. Exam venues will open earlier than usual, around 30–35 minutes before the start of the exam.
- Queue outdoors where possible.
- ID and registration are checked directly upon entry.
- No groups are allowed to gather in entrance halls.
- Proceed promptly to your assigned place in the exam room.
- A maximum of 50 students can simultaneously occupy the exam room.
- A physical distance of 2 meters between students in the exam room will be applied.
- Hand sanitiser is available at various points at the venues.
- Disposable gloves are available to anyone who wants to use them.
- The invigilators use face shields and disposable gloves when in close contact with students.
- There are plexiglass cough screens at all the invigilators’ desks and at the entrance.
- Toilets are cleaned more regularly than previously.
- To avoid queues forming, when handing in written papers students are to approach one at a time.
Contact the course coordinator for your particular course for updated information on your planned exams.
What applies to Degree projects and Master's theses?
You have to contact your examiner who knows what applies to your course.