• The Nation of "Undertakers"

    The Nation of “Undertakers”

    On English in education and the question of Identity By Daniël van Hemert Lately, to an increasing extent, the atmosphere towards the use of the English language in Dutch higher education has turned sceptical. Although […]

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  • Why we value our professors highly

    Why we value our professors highly

    By Kirsten Kapteijns In September, the Elsevier ranking was published. Overall University Colleges are performing well, but one topic deserves special attention: the high ratings of our professors, a fact that has also been acknowledged […]

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  • To the future Minister of Education

    To the future Minister of Education

    To the future Minister of Education, University College students, in contrast to what people often think, aren’t necessarily the brightest students in society. UC students also aren’t the jack of all trades, master of none […]

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  • When will our colleges start to educate us?

    When will our colleges start to educate us?

    By Jonathan Seib A while ago we met Prof. Hans Adriaansens, the founding father of University College Utrecht and Roosevelt. For nineteen years Adriaansens has successfully tried to establish the concept of Liberal Arts and […]

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  • The Nation of "Undertakers"

    The Nation of “Undertakers”

    On English in education and the question of Identity By Daniël van Hemert Lately, to an increasing extent, the atmosphere towards the use of the English language in Dutch higher education has turned sceptical. Although […]

     
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    Newsletter December

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    Newsletter November

    Click here to read the first newsletter of 2017-2018

     
  • Why we value our professors highly

    Why we value our professors highly

    By Kirsten Kapteijns In September, the Elsevier ranking was published. Overall University Colleges are performing well, but one topic deserves special attention: the high ratings of our professors, a fact that has also been acknowledged […]

     
  • UCSRN Newsletter May

    UCSRN Newsletter May

    Here you can read the newsletter of May! Click here.

     
  • To the future Minister of Education

    To the future Minister of Education

    To the future Minister of Education, University College students, in contrast to what people often think, aren’t necessarily the brightest students in society. UC students also aren’t the jack of all trades, master of none […]

     
  • When will our colleges start to educate us?

    When will our colleges start to educate us?

    By Jonathan Seib A while ago we met Prof. Hans Adriaansens, the founding father of University College Utrecht and Roosevelt. For nineteen years Adriaansens has successfully tried to establish the concept of Liberal Arts and […]

     
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    Are you an ‘excellent’ student?

    The second week of this semester, my supervisor said something interesting. There was a discussion on which students should be admitted to the honours programme, based on past academic record and achievement in the entrance […]

     
  • UCM hosts conference on Capitalism & Democracy

    UCM hosts conference on Capitalism & Democracy

    Economics? What’s economics? The term is as omnipresent as it is contested, yet a variety of scholars employ a definition which sees Economics as a science studying human behaviour under conditions of scarce resources with […]

     
 

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