• COVID-19 Information:

    All education of this academic year including block 4 will not take place on campus. Classes will be offered online whenever possible. During the summer Incluusion collaborates with the Utrecht Summer School. 

    The Utrecht Summer School team is, together with the teachers and course coordinators, actively preparing its courses for the coming summer. A selection of courses has been generously made available to the Incluusion program at no costs for its participants. We are therefore very glad to present you the course offer, which has resulted in the course guide downloadable from this page (see link below). We also would like to inform you that the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the Utrecht Summer School is still ongoing, so the course offer might change in the coming weeks. Please be aware of the fact that courses might be cancelled or that they might change format (from face-to-face to digital).

    Once a course is cancelled, students will be informed and the cancellation of the course will be visible in the course description on the website of the Utrecht Summer School and deleted from the Incluusion course guide.


    Utrecht University’s Incluusion is aimed at those students with refugee backgrounds who are currently 'on hold' in emergency shelters, refugee centers or in their new houses. It offers newcomers the opportunity to participate for free in all kinds of courses offered by Utrecht University. Incluusion is a call to action to make use of this waiting period. Refugees with academic backgrounds and proper levels of English are more than welcome to apply.

  • General contact information
    Email: incluusion@uu.nl
    Telephone: +31 6 42221448

    Office hours

    Mondays & Wednesdays - 11 a.m. to 17 p.m.



    Press contact
    Email: e.valbusa@uu.nl

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How does Incluusion work? Video by Rosa Vendel.


"Meeting people from all kinds of backgrounds has been an enriching and educational experience for all involved. It has stimulated diversity and brought new perspectives into the classroom which have benefited students, teachers and Incluusion participants alike."

- Elena Valbusa, co-founder of Incluusion

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