HAN is a member of various national and international networks. These include professional networks relating to particular schools and research groups. Higher education networks relating to particular areas of study. And broader, educational and professional networks.
The University Sales Center Alliance (USCA) connects university faculty members from around the world. Combining their expertise, the alliance advances the sales profession through teaching, research and outreach.
EMFD is a global, non-profit network of business schools and companies. EMFD stimulates the development of business education all over the world. It also functions as a global accreditation body for business schools.
The Latin American Council of Management Schools (CLADEA) is a network of over 240 business schools and international organizations from America, Oceania and Europe. It promotes and supports teaching and research in the field of management.
Automotive Center of Expertise (ACE)
ACE (Automotive Center of Expertise) is the knowledge center for applied automotive research and education. Collaborating at this center are the automotive institutes of 3 universities of applied sciences: Rotterdam, Fontys and HAN.
The European Association of Schools of Social Work (EASSW) is a network of over 300 schools, universities and institutions that supports social work education. It promotes the development of social work education throughout Europe.
The European Network of Occupational Therapy in Higher Education (ENOTHE) is a non-profit organization that supports the professional education of occupational therapists across Europe.
The European Network of Physiotherapy in Higher Education (ENPHE) aims to enhance collaboration between physiotherapy institutes throughout Europe. It promotes knowledge exchange, student and staff mobility and collaborative research projects.
COHEHRE brings together students and staff of health, social care and rehabilitation at higher education institutions across Europe. It promotes, develops and supports interprofessional learning, teaching and research.
The European Network of Sport Education (ENSE) promotes the development of the sport and sport sciences sector at the European level. How? By supporting projects related to physical education, coaching, management, and health & physical activity.
The International Confederation of Dietetic Associations (ICDA) is the international organization for dietetics professionals. It represents over 200,000 dietitians-nutritionists around the world.
The SUNY Center for Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) focuses on Globally Networked Learning (GNL). This teaching and learning methodology provides innovative cost-effective internationalization strategies.
The European Teacher Education Network (ETEN) is a diverse non-profit network of educators from nearly 20 countries. It promotes a wide range of cooperation, exchange, research, and publication possibilities.
The Center for Education Innovations
The Center for Education Innovations aims to increase access to and quality of education for children in low income communities. It provides systemic and easy-to-access information and evidence about innovative education programs around the world.