Team Internationalisation is part of the External and International Relations unit within The Hague University of Applied Sciences. This team is leading when it comes to the goal of “students becoming global citizens in a learning society “. The team supports all faculties in realizing their international ambitions. TI is, amongst others, in charge of coordinating international mobility programmes and relations with partner universities.
Our partners or prospective partners can contact THUAS via our Team Internationalisation at International Affairs.
Members Team Internationalisation
- Claudia Bulnes - International Policy Officer, specialized in (co) curriculum development
- Alexander Levinson - International Policy Officer
- Eveke de Louw - International Policy Officer, specialized in (co) curriculum development
- Jolanda Luetteke - Internationalisation Officer
- Lieke Steijger - International Policy Officer
It is our goal to educate our students to become Global citizens. This means that our students are not only equipped to act internationally, but also local, regional and national, being able to understand and appreciate others perspectives and added knowledge is a key quality. In order to achieve this, we have made a comprehensive internationalisation plan – contributing to the quality of our students, staff and faculty and focus on the Learning Outcomes of Internationalisation. Internationalisation is not a goal by itself, it facilitates our intercultural dimension in our way of teaching, in the research and our services.
This is visualized in our Compass for Internationalisation, giving direction to our vision.
All faculties have an international coordinator who can be reached via Team Internationalisation (email@example.com). International coordinators implement the international policy in their faculties. They advice amongst others, on the exchange processes and allocation of places. They play a vital role when it comes to student and/or staff exchange.
|Business, Finance & Marketing||Rob Laas|
|Health, Nutrition & Sports||Simone Hackett|
|Management & Organisation||Eveke de Louw|
|Technology Innovation & Society||Wianda Visser|
|Public Management, Law & Safety||Nadja Brouwer - Richardson|
|IT & Design||Jaap de Bie|
|Social Work and Education||Nora Daoud / Rudy van den Hoven|