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Finally a small piece of good news for Groninger students: extra study places will be added in the city, so that students have somewhere else to study other than their (often miniscule, cramped, and unfit for human habitation) rooms. A trial will start in De Oosterpoort from next week.
From 21 October there will be study places available in De Oosterpoort for students at the RUG and Hanze University of Applied Sciences. These extra study places have been added due to the approaching exam weeks and meet the RIVM’s guidelines. As reported by SPOT Groningen, the organisation behind the Stadsschouwburg and De Oosterpoort.
In the first instance, this is to be a pilot scheme to see if the facilities meet the wishes of the students and if study places fit at De Oosterpoort. After the pilot, SPOT Groningen, RUG and Hanze will examine whether the collaboration can continue.
Students are welcome at De Oosterpoort on working days between 09:00 and 17:00. During these times it is free entry (no reservations). In connection with the Coronavirus measures, students are asked to do a health check upon entry and are urged to wear a face mask when they walk through the building.