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‘Student Hotels deal with peak demands’

Last September, the LSVb charged the seven Student Hotels with not treating students fairly. The Minister of Housing, disagreed with this criticism but this didn’t discourage the LSVb. On Monday evening, the student union crossed swords with Frank Uffen, the co-founder of The Student Hotel.

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.

1000 letters written to release prisoners of conscience

Students, lecturers, politicians, and secondary school pupils came to the Writer’s Block Festival on 9 December to write letters to prisoners of conscience and government authorities.

Four steps to an international curriculum – and how European Studies succeeded

The European Studies degree programme recently received a very special quality label for internationalisation from the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (NVAO). Here are four tips to internationalise your degree programme!

The first European COIL conference in The Hague University of Applied Sciences

The Hague University of Applied Sciences was the host and co-organiser of the European COIL conference, which took place on 1 and 2 December.

Marketing receives €300,000 subsidy for internationalisation

Marketing lecturers Tim Hoppen and Jantien Belt have been awarded an Erasmus+ subsidy for their PEETS project

‘Sports bring people together and that’s fantastic’

This summer, 26 students and employees of the Faculty of Health, Nutrition & Sport went on a study trip to Brazil.

Social Work & Education receives Indian delegation and gives substance to WIN concepts

Marketing lecturers Tim Hoppen and Jantien Belt have been awarded an Erasmus+ subsidy for their PEETS project