Internationalisation: figures, pros and cons

Internationalisation: figures, pros and cons

THE NETHERLANDS. Dutch Education Minister Ingrid van Engelshoven wants to prevent an excessive influx of the number of international students. Today she defends her plans in the Dutch House of Representatives. Ahead of this debate, here are some facts and opinions to put things in perspective.

Rector: “Three-year sabbatical for the person who solves distrust from politics”

Rector: “Three-year sabbatical for the person who solves distrust from politics”

Over forty thousand people protested against budget cuts in education at the Malieveld in The Hague last Friday. Protest movement WOinActie did so on behalf of the universities. Their demands are about money, but it’s about more than just money. It’s also about work pressure and distrust. Those are the conclusions of the debate that took place last Thursday morning in the Turnzaal at FASoS.

We don't want to be an exclusive club, but be open to everyone in Europe”

We don't want to be an exclusive club, but be open to everyone in Europe”

MAASTRICHT. Open, not elitist but inclusive, concerned with society, innovative, focussed on the future, with and for students, and - last but not least – working together towards a better Europe. These are a handful of the ‘core values’ of the YUFE alliance (Young Universities for the Future of Europe); a European University that Maastricht University hopes to set up together with seven other universities.

UM and Groningen best general universities of the Netherlands

UM and Groningen best general universities of the Netherlands


MAASTRICHT. According to the Keuzegids Masters 2019, Maastricht University, together with Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, is the best general Dutch university. Eight Maastricht study programmes received the award Top Rated Programme. What's more, the master's of Learning and Development in Organisations at the School of Business and Economics was one of the five best study programmes in the Netherlands, with a score of 9.1. Health Education and Promotion had the worst score of the all Maastricht master's programmes.

University Council: chairman Van Tilburg had to resign

University Council: chairman Van Tilburg had to resign

MAASTRICHT. Chairman of the University Council, Jonathan van Tilburg, has stepped down as of 1 March. The University Council had asked him the day before “to reconsider his position”. The reason for his departure is unclear.

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