For students, having Donald Trump elected as the next President of the United States might be good news. He wants to reduce tuitions and solve the ‘student loan debt crisis’.
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On Tuesday, 15 November, the Language Expertise Centre launched its Writing Centre: a place where students can talk with a writing tutor about the texts they have to write for their degree programme. To mark the occasion, Wim Daniëls had been invited to give a talk in the Speakers’ Corner that would begin at 12 noon.
It was Wednesday and laptops were hesitantly being opened in the Auditorium of the main building. The projector beamed a stream of light over the heads of students, a few of them still rubbing the sleep from their eyes. After all, they would have to be wide awake today if they wanted to discover the secrets of Google about online behaviour and findability.
Degree Programme Advisory Committees sometimes have little power. It would probably be better if they would get a stronger voice, says the Educational Inspectorate. But not everyone is convinced of this. New research presented by the Educational Inspectorate last Friday shows that there is little similarity in how Degree Programme Advisory Committee operate. “Their ambitions […]
In a couple of months, lots of students will lose their independent address – they will start sharing their address with others. The Landelijke Studenten Vakbond (Dutch Student Union) anticipates problems with the rent subsidy and has opened a contact point. From 1 January 2017, ‘non-independent’ rooms will not have their own address anymore. For […]
Minister Bussemaker needs to do more for disabled students, asserts the opposition in the House of Representatives. Many are shocked at the dropping of the basic grant. The Dutch Student Union protested in The Hague last Monday. They wanted to draw attention to the challenges that students with a functional disability face in higher education. […]
The universities of applied sciences seem to be undergoing “a social drama” at the moment as so many young men of ethnic minorities are dropping out, said Minister Bussemaker yesterday evening in The House of Representatives. She is trying to turn this around, but is unable to convince everyone of her approach. Equal opportunities in […]
On Thursday, Erwin de Vlugt of the Technology for Health research group and Karel Mulder of the Urban Metabolism Research Group will give their maiden speeches. We spoke to the gentlemen one year ago about their aspirations and plans. Read the article on the old Link website.
Monday 7 November is National Emergency Response Officer Day: a good reason to celebrate and express our appreciation for all the emergency response officers at The Hague University of Applied Sciences. Our emergency response staff provides first aid services and assists during fire and other evacuations. They render first aid and make sure, for example, […]
On Tuesday 1 November, the temporary accommodation in Delft was festively opened by Henri van de Brug, Dean of the Faculty of Facilities & IT, and Sander van Ipenburg Grijpma, Dean of the Faculty of Technology, Innovation & Society. Students of the Smart Manufacturing & Robotics minor programme had programmed a robot to cut the ribbon. The extension to the building […]