Delft TIS Academy admitted to European Project Semester
The Delft Technology, Innovation & Society (TIS) Academy has been admitted to the European Project Semester network. Membership to this network will enable our students to enrol in a minor (or other study component) at 11 new European universities of applied technology at no additional cost.
Vacancies - English Speaking Lecturers
We currently have six lecturer vacancies for one of our International Bachelor programmes:
Binding the internationals
The battle for brains is increasingly being fought by all nations. Today’s talents are tomorrows knowledge workers. Lector Jos Walenkamp (The Hague University) studied the key factors that make international students stay abroad after graduation.
Technology students help civil society in 'Prototype Delft' project
How might technology be used in Delft to protect its citizens from floods, or to help find a lost rollator? Over the next six weeks, technology students at The Hague University's Delft campus will be coming up with solutions to these challenges, and two others, through the 'Prototype Delft' project. The project was officially launched on Friday 5 April.
World Class The Hague
More than 35 international students of the Hague University of Applied Sciences (THUAS) are participating in the newly formed World Class The Hague. An initiative of the City of the Hague, the World Class offers these students a front row seat to lectures and other interesting events involving some of the most important global actors from the field of international relations. City of The Hague’s ambition to attract students to The Hague who would like to make a difference in the world whether it is in their professional development or the society as a whole.
Crime fighting software application wins THU thesis award
The editorial staff of Link, the online magazine for students and staff of The Hague University of Applied Sciences, awards a prize each year for the most newsworthy thesis as an incentive for students whose thesis superlatively demonstrates the value of applied sciences research to society.
Camp 14 wins Students' Choice Award
The Movies that Matter Festival, featuring a varied programme of human rights feature films and documentaries, ran once again this year from 21 to 27 March in The Hague. It concluded with a grand finale at which a number of prizes were awarded, including the Students, Choice Award from The Hague University of Applied Sciences, presented for the fifth consecutive year.
Maerlant College pupils win national final of FIRST Tech Challenge
The HCO and The Hague University at Delft jointly organised the fifth consecutive FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) robot competition for pupils aged 15-21 at The Hague University in Delft. At the national final on 23 March, 15 teams battled against each other with the robots they had constructed themselves. This year's theme was 'Ring it up'. The winners of this national final will be going on to the world final in St. Louis (USA).
Robotic arm wins Betafactory Award
On Thursday 21 February six students from the Technology, Innovation & Society Academy were awarded The Quarterly Betafactory Award. The prize is awarded once every quarter to the student team with the most innovative business concept.
Students advise housing corporations on renovation
A group of second-year Architecture and Construction Engineering students of The Hague University of Applied Sciences contributed their renovation ideas for two projects of the Staedion and Woonbron housing corporations (in The Hague and Delft, respectively), with a spotlight on improving the energy performance of these buildings.
Peace AND justice, Peace OR justice
Double guest lecture by the Mayor and the ICC Chief Prosecutor at The Hague University of Applied Sciences
On 21 February, the students of the international study programmes at The Hague University of Applied Sciences were treated to a unique double guest lecture. Under the title ‘Peace AND justice, Peace OR justice’, Mayor Jozias van Aartsen and the Chief Prosecutor of the ICC Ms Fatou Bensouda explained to their audience what peace and justice mean to them.
Digital access to THU restored
Digital access to the Hague University of Applied Sciences has been obstructed for longer than planned. During network replacement activities scheduled for 27 and 28 December, the university encountered some unexpected problems. Thankfully, access has been restored per 16:00 hours on January 3rd, all digital tools can now be used again.
UK architects to design THU's sports campus
And the winner is... The sports campus, where the Sports Studies Academy of The Hague University of Applied Sciences will be relocated by 2015 at the latest, is to be designed by the prestigious architectural firm of FaulknerBrowns.
THU sets world Hydro Cruisers record
The Hydro Cruisers team that participated on behalf of The Hague University of Applied Sciences in the Shell-Eco Marathon set a world record with their hydrogen-powered car. Even they do not fully understand how they did it. On Monday 30 May the team's achievement was celebrated in the Atrium.