Amsterdam Sefa

Covid-19 Information

Last update: 01/07/2021

Following the latest Dutch governmental guidelines on the coronavirus, we have updated our guidelines accordingly to ensure the safety of our members. These developments have also forced us to reevaluate the events that are planned in the near future and the way we work together as a team when organizing them.

Upcoming months

With the latest regulations announced, Sefa is preparing for organizing offline events starting September. We are closely monitoring the situation and are in close contact with the UvA to look at the opportunities for events, both offline and online. All career events will continue, if offline isn’t possible we will think of an online alternative. In this way, we are still able to help students to get in contact with companies and acquire new skills. We follow the Dutch governmental guidelines regarding the travel policy. If you have any questions regarding a trip, don’t hesitate to contact us.

In case there are changes in our guidelines and policy, we will inform you as soon as possible. We would like to stress that your health is our highest priority when we decide to host or cancel an event.

Sefa Store
Until further notice, the Sefa store will be closed. We direct you to our online Study store for any study material that you might be in need of. Sefa is working together with their store partners to make sure every student is able to buy and receive their study materials!


Click here for our Online Study store

Committee meetings
To contain the spread of the virus, working from home is the norm for all UvA staff members, including study associations. This means that committee meetings are canceled on campus. Any work that you might still need to do for your committee needs to be done from home. Committee meetings should be done digitally by conference software. We provide the option to use Google Hangouts Meet. A manual to set up such a meeting can be found here:


Google Hangouts Meet Manual


As a reminder:
Please stay home in case of:

  • Coughing or sneezing
  • Fever
  • Shortness of breath
  • If you feel you have been exposed to the virus

And keep in mind to:

  • Maintain at least 1,5 meter (5 feet) distance between each other
  • Follow the advice of the World Health Organization and the RIVM regarding personal hygiene

Please read the communications updates carefully. In case you have any remaining questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at