CoVID-19 update / FAQ
Due to the COVID-19 ("Corona") pandemic we receive questions to what extent this will affect our programmes.
Please rest assured that we will not take any risks with regard to health or security during our overseas missions. We will follow the advice of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Should the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs advise against traveling to the regions we are going to visit, we will, unfortunately, be forced to postpone our missions.
However, our missions are planned for mid-November to mid-December, so it is hard to predict today what the travel situation will be at that time.
Below you will find the Frequently Asked questions with regard to the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us here.
The BPI team
Frequently Asked Questions with regard to the COVID-19 pandemic
(For Frequently Asked Questions not related to the COVID-19 pandemic, click here)
Will the minor be offered in semester 1 (academic year 2020-2021)?
Yes. Enrolments are open now. (You can find the application form here).
What is going to happen if we cannot travel to Asia in November?
If we cannot materialize our mission to Asia you will be offered an alternative solution so you will still be able to earn your credits for the Building Partnerships… minor.
What happens if I am enrolled and we cannot travel? Do I still have to pay the additional participation fee?
No. If we have the unfortunate situation that we cannot travel to Asia, you will not need to pay the additional participation fee.
I have difficulties finding a suitable Commissioning Organization for my Assignment because of the COVID-19 situation, what can I do?
For enrolment: having a Commissioning Organisation (CO) is not required
For selection procedure: priority will be given to those with a secured Assignment
For start of semester: you must have a secured Assignment
Tip: Have a look here as well.