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7 Mar  Working visit State Secretary Zijlstra

State Seceratry Halbe Zijlstra of Education, Culture and Science (OCW) has scheduled a working visit to TU/e for Thursday, March 8. Among other things, Zijlstra will be informed about the Bachelor College and the Strategic Areas Health and Smart...


1 Mar  Clouds crucial in recruiting for Bachelor College

It was in the Auditorium’s Blauwe Zaal last Thursday afternoon where the soon-to-be Dean of the Bachelor College dr.ir. Lex Lemmens presented the new national campaign for the new type of bachelor education that is to start in September. He...


30 Nov  Setup Bachelor College requires diplomacy and trust

The preparation of the new bachelor education is halfway. Time to discuss the progress to date with Lex Lemmens, the intended Dean of the Bachelor College to be. Is the timetable still being followed? And what is his view on the sneering remarks...


30 Nov  Architecture students fear effects of Bachelor College

Yesterday, using posters and flyers, fifteen graduate hopefuls of the unit of Architectural Urban Design and Engineering called attention to the possible harmful effects of the ReDesign Bachelor for their program. They fear the new curriculum...


9 Feb  About parking, stimuli and pain

No matter how bravely the university is aiming at 'sweet measures'; in an attempt to cope with the impending parking pain on campus, sooner or later 'sour measures' will become inevitable. A first measure: abolition of the free exit cards as of...


31 Jan  Compensating for a five sparks discussion

At the University of Amsterdam (UvA), first-year students are allowed to compensate for a five with a satisfactory grade for another course. Although State Secretary Zijlstra isn’t bothered by the new regulation, UvA students are very critical....


26 Jan  Parking pains

Right now, TU/e campus has 2,153 parking spaces, 1,900 to 2,100 of which are used during peak hours. Two years from now, after several major construction projects, 1,676 spaces will be left


24 Jan  Rector Van Duijn stays for Bachelor College

Rector Hans van Duijn and Excecutive Board member mr. Jo van Ham can stay on after their current term. The University Council has decided on the matter earlier this month. Van Duijn will be the first-ever Rector at TU/e to have served more than...


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