We are deeply saddened to share the news that International Business student Pham Yen Nhi Chau has passed away as the result of a tragic car accident. She was a first year student in group A01, only here since September 2021. She was kind, curious and enjoying the first months of her studies.
On 3 November, Ravi Chaudhary, master student at HAN Engineering Systems, received the Traffic Engineering Prize for the best university of applied sciences thesis of the Netherlands. This took place during the pre-congress of the National Traffic Engineering Congress.
The HAN Smart Production Center (SPC) field lab will play a prominent role within CONNECTR to develop cost-efficient, lightweight applications. These applications will make a fundamental contribution to saving energy and increasing the range of electric cars.
HAN students presented the first hybrid hydrogen-powered cargo bike together with All about Hydrogen. It will be used for sustainable parcel distribution in the Arnhem region. The cargo bike offers sufficient loading space for the parcel service. The project is supported by the Province of Gelderland and Urban Arrow.
Here we keep you up to date on the data leak at HAN.
Yes! We’re open again for in-person education! And we’re happy to see you back on campus! Don’t have a HAN account? No problem. This practical information should help you on your way. Begin the academic year with a flying start on our campus.
The Municipal Health Service (GGD) is coming to HAN! Students and staff who haven’t been vaccinated against COVID-19 can get their jabs at 1 of our locations from Wednesday 25 August. No appointment needed.
Umang Tulsi, student of the HAN Automotive Engineering course, has won the ACE Student Award 2021. The prize is amazing: a cheque with 2 tickets to a Grand Prix race of your own choice and it includes your flight and a night at a hotel.
In 2022 HAN is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the International Week at Health and Social Studies! This week will be held at the HAN University of Applied Sciences in Nijmegen from Wednesday 2 to Friday 4 February 2022.
What are the leading trends in the global economy and how do they impact the international business community, education and research? This question was key to Ronald Tuninga’s inaugural speech "The Future of International Business: Bridging Practice, Education, and Research".