I want to apply to one of the upcoming Master Programmes or courses starting in September, but what happens if the coronavirus situation does not improve? Should I wait to register?

Frequently asked question

It not clear what the coronavirus situation will look like in September. We are looking into different scentarios on how our Master programmes will start (see the question below on courses in September).
KIT will follow up and adhere to the guidelines of Dutch authorities, the Dutch National Institute for Public Health (RIVM) and the World Health Organisation (WHO).

We strongly advise future students to apply for their programme/course and familiarise themselves with the pre-travel arrangements. Many practical things need to be arranged prior to your arrival in Amsterdam including accommodation, visa, insurance a.o., etc. You should not organise these things at the last minute. Our course administration office will advise you on the steps to follow.

Submitting an application to a programme or course does not have financial implications. Once you have completed and sent your application, the admission committee will decide if you are eligible to follow the programme or course. If you are eligible you will receive a letter of admission and a financial statement. Only when you return the financial statement do we consider this as a commitment from you to follow the course. From that moment onwards our cancellation policy applies.

See the question on Courses starting in September 2020 for more detailed information per course.