Educating students to be headstrong global citizens

“We want to make students aware of who they are and what they want to contribute to sustainable development throughout the world.”

Institutional accreditation is a step closer

Minister Van Engelshoven is keen on the idea of allowing educational institutions to audit their own degree programmes.

There is no such thing as ‘one’ BSA

Minister Van Engelshoven commissioned a study to see how the BSA works in practice. It appears that institutions’ policies differ greatly.

‘Zukunft Deutschland’ has also been noticed outside of THUAS

“Germany offers our students many opportunities. It would be unfortunate if that went unnoticed.”

The target audience takes centre stage in the student arena

Chris and Renate are changing education by really listening as a team to students in a student arena.

Facing the future

‘Because you’ve got to figure out your own path to the future and that will also mean finding and listening to your own voice. In the end, I think that’s the most important thing.’

New research group will study the value of sport in the Hague neighbourhoods

“I believe it’s important to connect people to their community through sports. That is my main focus for this research group.”

Completion of project block 4; Human Kinetic Technology

On Thursday 27 June, first-year students of the Human Kinetic Technology degree programme at The Hague University of Applied Sciences completed “project block 4” at Basalt.

Student wellness study: wait and see or get to work?

Upon the request of Parliament, they will create a quantitative benchmark to assess the psychological problems of students.

The University of Applied Sciences Study Guide will be published

Although the universities of applied sciences don’t want to participate in correcting the National Study Survey 2019, there will be a new edition of the Study Guide next year.