During the ministerial conference in Armenia last Friday 48 countries signed the Yerevan communiqué. In this communiqué countries from all over Europe commit themselves to ensure accessible, high-quality education for all students in the European Higher Education Erea.
The Indonesia Nederland Youth Society (INYS) Netherlands is proud to announce its next event: ‘The INYS Speaking Competition’. During this competition we aim to connect all students and young professionals who feel connected to Indonesia, by challenging all participants to give a 5-minute speech on an Indonesia-related subject.
Unemployment rates among HBO graduates have dropped from 7.3% to 6.5%. This is the first substantial decrease in unemployment among HBO graduates since the outbreak of the financial crisis.
Two Avans Communication students are conducting a research into the digital communication within NHTV. They are curious about your opinion on this theme and hope that you will help them by filling in this survey.
The Dutch government has released a document that sets out all the measures for Universities (of Applied Sciences) regarding the new study finance system.
Commusication is a communication agency that does research on how educational institutions are organised nowadays. They are asking if you could take some time to fill in their survey.
Participation councils of universities (of applied sciences) have been sent an extensive questionnaire. What can be improved in employee and student participation in higher education?
The government is satisfied with the effect of the millions of euros it has been spending on entrepreneurship in higher education since 2010.
Research universities and universities of applied sciences have to ensure that their students achieve a higher language level, according to the Council for the Dutch Language and Literature. They have just submitted a recommendation to Minister Bussemaker.
Students’ academic careers are more surprising and complex than originally believed, as was discovered by Ron Bormans from Trends in Rotterdam.