- DUO’s most important services will continue, such as paying student finance and funding educational institutions.
- However, we have taken a number of measures to limit direct contact with our customers. We are following the guidelines by the RIVM, the national institute for public health and environment.
- The measures will be in effect up to 28 April. If necessary, they will last longer. We will keep you informed on this page.
Frequently asked questions at this moment
On the page Corona: questions and answers you find answers to frequently asked questions.
Our customer service remains available. You can call us, chat, or ask your question on social media.
Are you integrating? Please go to inburgeren.nl for our contact details.
All service desks are closed. Appointments up to 28 April will be cancelled. Do you have an appointment with us during this period? Then we will call you.
DUO’s visit to Aruba, Bonaire, and Curaçao will be postponed until later this year. During this visit, DUO was due to inform customers about student finance and student debts. Did you make an appointment with a DUO employee? Then you will receive notice.
The central exams in secondary education are cancelled. This also applies to the state exams' central exams. The "college-exams" starting in June will continue until further notice.
All DUO exam locations are closed up to 28 April. The NT2 state exams in April are therefore cancelled. These are the following exams:
- Program I: 21, 22, 28 and 29 April
- Program II: 7, 8, 14 and 15 April
Did you register for one of these exams? Then you will receive a notice from DUO. We don’t know yet for when the exams will be rescheduled.
The following registration dates are cancelled:
- 6 April (for the Program II exams on 2, 3, 4 and 5 June 2020)
- 14 April (for the Program I exams on 9, 10, 16 and 17 June 2020)
Do you have questions about your registration for an exam? Contact our NT2 helpdesk via firstname.lastname@example.org or 050-599 89 33 (choose option 1).
Our legalisation service desks in Groningen and Utrecht are closed. You can still have your Dutch diploma legalised by registered mail.
Did you not have your diploma presentation due to the coronavirus? But do you need your diploma for, for example, a job application? Use the diploma register. An extract from the diploma register has the same value as your original diploma.
For more information on the coronavirus, go to government.nl.