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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

 


Current status, updated 11 March 2022

 

Education in period  4, 5 and 6

‘On-campus if possible, online if necessary’.

Tutorial meetings ('tutor group", PBL-meetings):  hybrid. The number of on-campus attendees is not limited.   Contact your tutor if cannot or may not attend on campus.
Practicals and workshops: either online or on-campus, course coordinator decides. If on-campus: online alternative provided.
Lectures:  On-campus as much possible (with online alternative).  The number of attendees is no longer limited.  
Exams:  On-campus or online.  Note: FPN has the policy that the resit and the first exam have the same format. If the exam was on-campus, so will be the resit.

Exams in period 4,5 and 6

Under normal circumstances, it is very rare that an exam date or exam format changes once the course has started. The COVID-19 pandemic might require - last minute - changes with regards to the time of date of the exam.

For period 4: 
- on-campus: PSY3011/IPN3011.
- online: all other first exams.
Note: FPN has the policy that the resit and the first exam have the same format. If the exam was on-campus, so will be the resit.

For period 5:
- on-campus: Foundations and History of Psychology (IPN1027/PSY1027) and Motivation and Emotion (IPN3013/PSY3013).
- online: all other first exams.
Note: FPN has the policy that the resit and the first exam have the same format. If the exam was on-campus, so will be the resit.

For period 6:
- on-campus:  none.
- online: all  first exams.
Note: FPN has the policy that the resit and the first exam have the same format. If the exam was on-campus, so will be the resit.


 UM corona safety measures

• Check the ventilation advice in the teaching room
• Check your health before you come to campus and ensure the appropriate hygiene measures are in place

 



On AskPsy, we address the (practical) effect of the Covid-19 measures on our education.
General UM information can be found at  Safety on campus and COVID-19-related FAQs.   Regular AskPsy pages have been updated with covid-specific information. 


When I am allowed to come to UM?
See the UM website "Safety on campus". Students with (chronic) cold symptoms, can join PBL sessions if they can show the tutor a doctor’s note, stating that their (chronic) cold symptoms are caused by something other than COVID-19.

Are you unable to come to campus in period 4, 5 or 6?
There are several reasons why it might be impossible or impractical to attend the tutorial groups on campus.

•   travel restrictions due to COVID-19,
•   delays in visa-collection,
•   personal circumstances related to the pandemic, e.g., COVID-19 related health issues,
•   home quarantine or isolation obligations,
•   housing issues. 

If one of these situations applies to you, please the tutor(s) and practical/skills coordinator at least 5 working days before the start of the first meeting to see how you can participate. [Note: this rule changed. Previously, you had to contact us via AskPsy.]

See also the UM website "COVID-19-related FAQs"

Report a COVID-19 infection? 
Contact the Head of the FPN Education Office via fpn-educationoffice@maastrichtuniversity.nl

On-campus exams Bachelor in period 4 and 5
For students who are not allowed to take the on-campus exam in period 4 or 5 due to home quarantine or isolation obligations, the following rules apply:
-         The resit exam (week of 4-8 July for period 4 and 5) of 2021-2022 counts as the first attempt;
-         If a student fails this attempt in the week of 4-8 July, and this would be the last outstanding course before graduation, an extra resit will be scheduled, most probably in August 2022. The exact date will be added to the official exam schedule.
-         If a student cannot attend the exam due to home quarantine or isolation obligations, the student must inform us via AskPsy.nl/contact as soon as possible, but at the latest 1 day after the on-campus exam.

Note: This regulation only applies to the first scheduled on-campus exam of period 4 and 5. 

Questions or other issues?
Contact the Service Desk if things are unclear. We are here to help you.More Covid-19 contact information >>

 

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Last modified: Mon, 28/03/2022 - 11:23

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