Quality Agreements Maastricht University

ITK and Quality Agreements Team Rianne Letschert, Harm Hospers, Nieke Guillory and Janneke Hooijer In addition to these study-related activities, there are many other student activities and initiatives that can engage students inside and outside the university, such as the Refugee Project Maastricht, MATCH and ImpactLab. All these activities and experiences are part of the student experience at Maastricht University. Quick facts in PBL you decide, with your colleagues group members, what knowledge you need, your group will be monitored and led by a tutor or professor you will learn the skills that you are in good position later you actively engage with the subject, so that you are more able to absorb pBL at the heart of the UM, since the university was created complex problem solving is the number 1 skill for your future, after the World Economic Forum Maastricht University (UM) is proud of its international study. More than 50% of our students come from abroad, making UM the most international university in the Netherlands. International Classroom To make the most of this diversity, UM has adopted the concept of a “world classroom.” It is a long-term project that includes many activities and initiatives, but it is also a way of thinking among students and staff. The learning process is beneficial when students work in small groups of tutorials with people from different cultural backgrounds: by approaching problems from different angles, students know different points of view that improve the quality of the debate. In this way, the “international classroom” serves to prepare students for a rapidly changing and globalizing market. At the same time, both the NGO/Comenius and SURF/OCW programs are launching incentive programs for scholarships on the eve of the summer. Based on past experiences, we would like to invite you to think about how to join forces in a community of quality supported in common. This enables us to work on innovative and sustainable projects and to promote an optimal learning experience for students at Maastricht University. Maastricht University (UM) is currently preparing a plan for quality agreements to improve training in 2000. At the same time, both the NGO/Comenius and SURF/OCW programs are launching incentive programs for scholarships on the eve of the summer.

Based on past experiences, we would like to invite you to an information meeting to think about how to join forces in a quality community supported in common. On Wednesday, March 13, the council received a positive report from the Dutch-Flemish Accreditation Organization (NVAO). The Board of Directors received the report from NVAO President Dr. Anne Flierman. It marks the immediate success of the second phase of the quality audit by Maastricht University.