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    • As the number of infections during the week from 2 to 8 August averaged more than 50 per 100,000 inhabitants across the entire Brussels territory, the Brussels Government decided that from Wednesday 15 August onwards it will be compulsory to wear a mouth and nose mask in all public places and places accessible to the public throughout the Brussels Region, and this for everyone aged twelve years or older.

    • We are halfway through the summer. The August exams are approaching. Some of you might have enjoyed or might still be enjoying a well-deserved holiday abroad. In the meantime, we are faced with a resurgence of the corona virus covid-19. In order to prevent the virus from spreading, strict government measures apply with regard to departure to and return from abroad. We ask each of you to comply with these regulations. It is necessary that each one of us takes his or her responsibility and follows up the measures in order to ensure that the virus is contained.

    • In a few weeks, if all goes well, numerous international students will arrive (back) at our university to study in one of our English-taught programmes or as an exchange student. Due to the coronavirus, many of them will have to self-quarantine for 14 days upon arrival.

    • Still looking for a place to study for the August exams? We have listed a few study places below. Be sure to check with your municipality which study places they offer!

      Brik study space - Brussels city centre

      Studying at home is not always easy for everyone. But these days it is the best and safest option! Are you still looking for a place to study for the August exams? Then you can apply for study place at Brik as of August 10th again. Request a place now via the Brik website.

    • During the summer period, the team of study path counsellors, study advisors and student psychologists remains available for you. Discover their services here.

      Individual guidance

      Do you have any questions about your study programme? Make an appointment with your study path counsellor via this link.

    • Fraiteurbridge closes for renovation on June 20 and gets a new bike lane and sidewalk.

    • After deliberation with the Student Council, the Academic Council decided today not to organise a ‘classical’ student survey. Both students and lecturers will be surveyed on their experiences with the digital semester instead.

    • Exam period

      For this academic year, a broader examination period has been set. This falls from 10 August to 9 September 2020. Please also note that examinations can take place on Sundays and on 15 August (official holiday in Belgium).

      Exam form

      Will my exam be oral or written? This will be communicated by your teacher after the exams. This information will be communicated on Canvas.

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