BUas, province and city invest millions to game expertise

Breda University of Applied Sciences (BUas), the Province of Noord-Brabant and the City of Breda will jointly invest more than €13.4 million in gaming so that the region can benefit more from the knowledge and expertise available in this field. That is the tenor of the Breda Game Hub covenant which was signed today by Member of the Provincial Executive Martijn van Gruijthuijzen, BUas President of the Executive Board Jorrit Snijder, and Carla Kranenborg, Municipal Executive Councillor for Economic Affairs. The cosignatories are Stichting Breda Game City, BOM, REWIN West-Brabant, Braventure, Avans Hogeschool and Curio.

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  • How tourism can grow in a climate-safe world

    A new independent report, Envisioning Tourism in 2030 & Beyond, urges the tourism and transportation sector to unite and take full account of its greenhouse gas emission.

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  • The value of international students

    This video is a call from the Dutch business community to politicians on the importance of national and international highly educated young professionals in the Netherlands. The business professionals featured in the video talk about why it is important to keep welcoming international students. 

    Let’s support our students and the business community!  

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  • Groepsfoto bijeenkomst in Zeist

    Supervisory Board stakeholders meeting

    On Monday 30 January the BUas Supervisory Board stakeholders meeting took place in Zeist. No less than 23 captains of industry from various sectors had gathered for a session with the Supervisory Board, the Executive Board and BUas directors to discuss the future of higher education in relation to labour market developments. 

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  • Crowd Science Research Lab

    A survey of pedestrian flows is taking place on the BUas campus. Using three cameras, pedestrian flows will be recorded for 1.5 years (1 February 2023 to 1 September 2024) for research and experimentation.

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