Opening celebration of Nutrition and Dietetics and Process & Food Technology

The 6th and 7th floors of the Slinger, home of Nutrition and Dietetics, have undergone a complete metamorphosis.


Visions and ideals are not popular in politics. Our Prime Minister believes that the role of politics is first and foremost to solve problems.

Academic success and what we can learn from primary schools

‘At the start of the academic year, I can immediately tell which students will pass my course and which ones won’t,’ claimed a lecturer last week during one of my meetings with 100 lecturers. Another lecturer was irritated by this.

How ICT-proficient is THUAS?

This week is Video in Education Week. What better time to talk about how THUAS is faring when it comes to ICT in education?

Creating a united The Hague University of Applied Sciences requires focus

‘We are one but we’re not the same.’ This line from U2 also applies to The Hague University of Applied Sciences.

Greater focus on cancer patients in the region

Cancer patients in the region deserve more attention, says oncologic surgeon Joost van der Sijp.

Political leaders on education: free beer for everyone?

Four political leaders duelled it out yesterday in the Auditorium of Delft University of Technology in front of an audience of students.

ISO opposes extra study fees

Research universities and universities of applied sciences continue to charge students extra fees.

The Foundation Course Didactic Competence is still evolving

Lecturers teaching at universities of applied sciences who do not yet have their didactic competence certification are required to take the Foundation Course Didactic Competence (BDB).