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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).

Student loan – How to spend a new resource? We can work it out together

Universities, universities of applied sciences and students want to have a joint say in how the hundreds of millions of euros generated by the new student loan system will be spent.

Serious Request: ‘Our goal is to raise at least 10,000 euros’

Being held today are the first two of the ten events that the 40 students in the Event Management minor are organising this year for the good cause being funded by 3FM Serious Request: ‘Laat ze niet stikken’.

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.

Cabinet launches attack on internship abuse

Many interns are being exploited and should actually be paid for their work. Lodewijk Asscher, the Minister of Social Affairs and Employment, writes that the Cabinet wants to tackle internship abuse.