The Hanze will also be expanding its study space provision in its other buildings
Students can now book ‘tickets’ to study at the Forum Groningen, whilst the Hanze University of Applied Sciences in Groningen has also announced new study places in the hogeschool’s own buildings, in the Oosterpoort and from today at the Forum Groningen. Students have to book via the WebroomBooking system in advance, says the university.
The Forum Groningen will have 150 study places available, all of which have been furnished in accordance with Coronavirus regulations. Students can study in the Forum from Monday to Friday, with the day divided into two time slots: from 08.30 to 13:00 and from 13:30 to 18:00. You can reserve a spot three days in advance.
During the exam period, the Hanze will also be extend the opening hours of the Zernikeplein 7 and Wiebenga locations, with students able to book a spot through the WebroomBooking system. Opening hours from March 29 to April 18 may vary, says the university, and buildings are closed on Good Friday and Easter weekend.