It happens, because we make it happen; that is what we believe. We strive to make the impossible possible by looking beyond the borders of our own professional fields. We encourage our students and staff every day to come up with innovative solutions to practical issues. We do this by collaborating with industry professionals. Students, lecturers, researchers, and industry professionals come together in workshops. This way, we prepare our students to become enterprising and resourceful professionals, who look beyond their own professional field with an interdisciplinary approach.
Research and education are intertwined at NHL Stenden. Our university of applied sciences has 44 professorships of applied sciences. These are divided among our three focus areas: Vital Regions, Smart Sustainable Industries, and Service Economy. Together with local and international partners, we build and expand our expertise by employing practice-based research.
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In the Netherlands, it is common for students to rent a room in a shared house or apartment with other students. There are also options to rent a one-bedroom or studio apartment. Student accommodation is usually provided by real estate agents or private landlords who advertise their rooms on different platforms.
Renewing and reserving can be done at the counter or online, by logging into the catalogue with your cardnumber and password (first three letters from your last name).In our Libraries you can use various facilities such as computers, printers and smart boards. Scanning and copying is also possible. In addition, each Library has workplaces where you can study or work with your own laptop.
The Dutch healthcare system is a universal, multi-payer system. This means healthcare is funded through a combination of public and private contributions.
It is a nice course but i dont think that the lecturers know what they are talking about
The teachers/ lectures are all really nice, but I get the feeling that there are quite a lot of them that don't really know what they are doing. Since I get the feeling that they don't really know what to do, the lessons are quite messy, and there have been quite a few times where there was something planned but they decided to do something else, which is very annoying.
professional teachers, involved in many team work
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