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Profile for Executive Board member reappointment

The new Improved Governance (Higher Education) Act that took effect on 1 January 2017 affects the appointment and reappointment procedure for members of the Executive Board. The focal areas of this new law are quality, transparency and support on the part of the organisation.

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King Willem-Alexander visits The Hague Security Delta

Educating new talent in the field of cybersecurity, a security robot that can conduct surveillance without human intervention, and the findings of research about how society can be made less vulnerable to cyber-attacks: a work visit that King Willem-Alexander made to The Hague Security Delta (HSD) on 23 March addressed the latest innovations in the field of security. HSD is a network of companies, government agencies and knowledge institutions (including The Hague University of Applied Sciences) that focuses on the development of knowledge in the field of security.

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Students’ Choice for Movies that Matter: ‘Film is a powe...

Filmhuis Den Haag and Theater aan het Spui are once again launching the Movies that Matter Festival. At this film festival, directors from all over the world present more than 70 feature films and documentaries about human rights. Fifteen enthusiastic students served as members of the student jury for the film festival and nominated three films for the ‘Students’ Choice Award’. Two of them, Lysaifeni Wout and João Pires from The Hague University of Applied Sciences, looked back on this special time.

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Zuiderpark Sports Campus nearing completion

What began more than 10 years ago as an ambition statement under the inspiring guidance of former Academy Director for Sports Studies John van den Berg is soon to become a reality 11 years later with the completion of the Zuiderpark Sports Campus at the end of February. The Teacher Education in Physical Education (HALO) and Sports Studies (formerly Sports Management) degree programmes will be relocating to Zuiderpark this summer.

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Brazilians and THUAS students put bakery products on the...

Fifteen Brazilian and fifteen THUAS students spent Monday afternoon working on the Challenge of Ideas. They have five days to develop a plan to increase familiarity with the Dutch company Zeelandia – a specialist in bakery ingredients – among 63,000 Brazilian bakeries.

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First-ever European COIL conference to be held in The Ha...

The Hague University of Applied Sciences (THUAS) is organising Europe’s first ever Conference on Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) on December 1st and 2nd 2016. COIL is a worldwide network engaged in cross-boarder collaboration assisted by information technology that provides students with an avenue for intercultural learning.

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Minister Bussemaker opens the academic year at THUAS

Minister of Education Jet Bussemaker opened the academic year at The Hague University of Applied Sciences on Monday, 5 September. The stories of our students Anushka Lalay (Social Work and Social Services) and Minelfa Koranchie (Facility Management) – both guests of honour of the minister – formed the focus of the minster’s speech on equal opportunity.

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Innovation Summit comes to The Hague

The How To Get There Summit, initiated by Minister Mr Henk Kamp and Ms Neelie Kroes, is THE place where innovative Netherlands comes together to learn from each other and to do business with startups/scaleups. On November 17, this largest innovation event will take place at The Hague University of Applied Sciences, where nearly 2500 innovation professionals, growth entrepreneurs, investors, administrators and startups come together to more rapidly innovate.

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The Paralympic Road to Rio

On 11 April the Faculty of Health, Nutrition & Sport at The Hague University of Applied Sciences held the symposium ‘The Paralympic Road to Rio’. Inspiring and prominent speakers like André Cats and Esther Vergeer talked about relevant aspects of adapted top-class sports, a nice foretaste of the paralympic study trip.

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Practical innovative strength at the interface of techno...

Four universities of applied sciences from the Province of South Holland have joined Medical Delta, a network of knowledge institutions, healthcare institutions and companies in the Life Sciences, Health and Technology sectors. The inclusion of the universities of applied sciences gives Medical Delta greater depth and breadth in the area of occupation-oriented education and practice-based research. The goal of the collaboration is to have society benefit more from knowledge and entrepreneurship in the healthcare-related and medical technical fields.

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