International Week: global learning and collaboration
Each year, the School of Built Environment organizes an International Week for students and international partners in the construction and infrastructure domain. In the week of 19 to 22 April, Japan, Finland and the United States got together to connect, share knowledge and collaborate.
Raising Global Citizens at Home
The Comenius Senior Fellowship was awarded to Dr. Ingrid Van Rompay-Bartels for the project 'Raising Global Citizens at Home'. She works at the Center of International Business Research at HAN International School of Business. The Comenius innovation program for higher education provides teachers with the resources to apply their innovative ideas to contribute to education.
Studying Automotive Engineering: Answers to FAQs
What are the questions students frequently ask when thinking about a bachelor degree in Automotive Engineering at HAN University of Applied Sciences? We've made a handy list of them here with answers. Also interesting for parents and/or guardians!
War in Ukraine
HAN University of Applied Sciences (HAN) is shocked and concerned about the situation in Ukraine. Please read the message from our Executive Board.
HAN closes at 12 noon today
Due to storm Eunice, HAN will close its doors at 12:00 today to give everyone the chance to get home safely. Your program may decide to provide online classes the whole day. Your pogram will inform you about the timetable.
The executive board on unacceptable behavior
A shockwave hit the Netherlands last week after an episode of TV show BOOS revealed a culture of unacceptable behavior at 'The Voice of Holland'. The many reactions to this episode reveal that we are dealing with a societal problem.
Bus shelter from rice
Mayor of De Bilt, Sjoerd Potters has unveiled the first bus shelter made from rice husks in the Netherlands. The bus shelter was designed and developed by HAN students.
In Memoriam Nhi
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.
Master student Engineering Systems wins Traffic Prize
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.
HAN Smart Production Center develops cost-effective lightweight applications
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.