Information & guidelines

UPDATE May 2021

The Flemish Government decided that higher education institutions have to move to code red. This means that all Vlerick activities take place online, starting from Thursday 29 October 2020. Although we are convinced that the measures we had taken so far, created a low-risk, safe and welcoming environment for on campus activities, we take our social responsibility and abide by the government rules and recommendations.

In essence, moving towards code red means that all our campuses are closed for all on campus teaching and that we transferred to a full online delivery of our programmes, except for a small selection of experiential learning activities. As the health and safety of our employees, students, participants and alumni is our first priority, our campuses in Ghent, Leuven and Brussels will remain closed to all visitors and we make rapid COVID-19 self-testing available to all programme participants, free of charge. We keep on closely monitoring the government guidelines and the VLIR guidelines for higher education institutions and will embrace any changes that might occur, allowing us to move to Code Orange again. Participants that are impacted by these measures will be contacted and informed by their programme coordinator.

To ensure the highest level of personal well-being, safety, and peace of mind, we continue to remain extremely vigilant and closely monitor all developments related to the covid-19 pandemic. Government guidelines and policies, as well as the pandemic matrix of the VLIR are important compasses to guide our decisions. As such, we will be ready to adjust and/or prolong any measures we have taken when needed. These actions will continue to be coordinated by our Corona taskforce ([email protected]). Keep an eye on this webpage as we will be adapting the information whenever the current situation evolves.

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