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BaMaS is the on line information system on the links and connection programmes between bachelor and master programmes of Dutch universities.


Eurogates

European network to encourage mobility

3 August 2007, 00:00

Together with eight other European universities, Radboud University Nijmegen (RU) has established a network to encourage the international mobility of students and teaching staff.


Technische Universiteit Eindhoven (TU/e) offers a considerable number of full-cost scholarships to talented international students to participate in a Master's program at the TU/e.


Nuffic NESO

Nuffic to open Moscow offices

19 July 2007, 00:00

This summer, Nuffic will open its new Bangkok and Moscow offices. Their job will be to raise awareness in Thailand and Russia of what Dutch higher education has to offer.


According to Dutch magazine Management Team (issue 18, May 2007), Nyenrode’s MBA program is the most desired among the respondents of the regular MT readers’ panel.



Everybody at Tilburg University needs to have intercultural skills. For this reason, the university aims to introduce a special course in 'Intercultural Effectivity' for students and scientific and supporting staff, both Dutch and international.


The semester is coming to an end and exchange students from across the globe are packing up and leaving Tilburg to return to their home countries.


According to the university's concept Taken en Middelenplan 2008-2011, Tilburg University expects to receive 8 million euro more subsidy from the Dutch government next year.


Babylon, the multidisciplinary expertise centre for Studies of the Multicultural Society, will get its own master's track next academic year. The track, Organisation of Cultural Diversity, will be offered at the department of Organisation Studies.


Every year about a hundred foreign Law graduates come to Leiden for a post-academic study programme, an advanced LL.M. (LL.M.: Master of Laws).