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Open new worlds: win Melting Pot

What’s your favourite book from your homeland?

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.

Diversity in the classroom: ‘keep the lines of communication open!’

Lecturers should commit themselves to creating relationships and a sense of trust in order to reduce problems related to diversity in the classroom.

VSB Grant enables continuing your education abroad

Are you thinking about a post-graduate programme or research abroad after you graduate from a university of applied sciences? If you graduate during this academic year, you might be eligible for a VSBfonds Grant.

Social Work and Social Services students tell their story

Three first-year students in Social Work and Social Services will tell their story during the Writers Unlimited Festival in Theater Dakota on Saturday.

Care profession students visit China

The Chinese city of Suzhou has a nursing home built to look exactly like Vrederust-West in The Hague. Students from The Hague University of Applied Sciences visited both to compare how they operate.

Foodcourt has a new look

The Foodcourt (Central Restaurant) just didn’t look like it belonged to THUAS. So it was time for a makeover during the Christmas break.

Serious Request: ‘We deserved the high fives we gave each other!’

Wtudents of the Event Management minor had raised 10,050 euros for Serious Request.

Public Administration students invited to attend Dutch Bilderberg Conference

Four second-year Public Administration students who won an essay contest have been invited to attend the Dutch Bilderberg Conference organised by the VNO-NCW and will have their essays published in the Bilderberg conference publication, Het Bilderbergboek.

Augmented reality brings book to life

Four students in Communication & Multimedia Design created a children’s augmented reality (AR).