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Arriva Nederland and BUas team up

Passenger transport is drastically changing these days. The cause? A shifting balance between work, study and time off, a growing importance of social media and increasing prosperity. This is a challenge shouting for a different, more integrated approach. And that is exactly why yesterday Arriva Nederland and Breda University of Applied Sciences (BUas) launched the new learning community ‘People on the Move’.

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  • Quality mark for BSc Tourism in Keuzegids Universiteiten 2019

    The Bachelor of Science Tourism programme has received the designation ‘Top-rated programme’ in Keuzegids Universiteiten 2019. The academic bachelor's degree programme that we offer in collaboration with Wageningen University scores four stars out of five with 76 points. That deserves congratulations!

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  • Working together on a future-proof European tourism sector

    Filling the gaps between education and industry 

    Breda University of Applied Sciences (BUas) recently joined the brand new Next Tourism Generation Alliance (NTG). This European partnership is defining a new strategic approach to make the tourism branch future-proof. This is very essential, especially given the present-day mismatch between the needs of the industry and the education offer.

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  • International Facility Management re-accredited

    The International  Facility Management team proudly accepted the praise of René Kloosterman of AeQui, an assessment agency for higher education, on Thursday, 1 November. After a two-day visit, Kloosterman concluded that the accreditation of International Facility Management should be reissued with a ‘good’ assessment overall. The official report will follow in a few weeks. 

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  • Four Built Environment students featured in Sloop of Hoop

    There are lots of vacant properties in in the province of Noord-Brabant. These properties are an eyesore to the area, while there are plenty of opportunities to make them more appealing. This calls for an integral approach. Four students of Built Environment investigate the possibilities of new uses for vacant properties in the television programme ‘Sloop of Hoop’ (demolition or ambition) on regional broadcaster Omroep Brabant. 

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