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Robot technology in Twente is growing rapidly. Prof. Stefano Stramigioli of the University of Twente has ambitious plans for the new robotics centre, which he hopes will gain a leading international reputation.


A group of first year International Business and Management Studies (IBMS) students from the HAN University of Applied Sciences won the finale of the Twinfield Business Plan Award on 19 February. According to the jury, the students’ ChaMEleon plan excelled in originality, daring and clarity.


Twenty-three year old HAN student Michaela Hogenboom was selected from more than 80 candidates as the new youth representative for Sustainable Development.


Nuffic NESO

Nuffic takes stock of views on Bologna

20 April 2009, 12:00

Nuffic’s Knowledge and Innovation Directorate gauged views on the Bologna process at eight universities of applied science and seven research universities.


There is no doubt that Europe offers excellent education opportunities especially in places like The Netherlands. But in your quest to further your education, you need to select the right institution.



On Friday 13 February 2009 Nuffic officially opened its new Netherlands Education Support Office (Neso) in Moscow. Neso Russia is to give the education cooperation between the Netherlands and Russia a strong impulse. This relates to both student mobility as well as institutional cooperation.


Studying at an international business school definitely adds credibility to your resume. This is why it helps to study at a European business school such as Wittenborg in Holland.


Tuition fees: Smart marketing trick? Students outside the European Economic Area (EEA) have to cough up large tuition fees to study at Tilburg University.


Five years ago, Yorn Soeteman (22, Business studies) started the website budgetgaming.nl, a price comparison website for video games. This is the first portrait in a series about Young Inventors at Tilburg University.


The average price for student rooms has gone up by 8% to €259 in Tilburg over the past year. The price rise is greater than in other student cities, according to survey results of intermediary website for rooms, kamernet.nl.