Keep inflow of international students in Limburg intact

In the near future, minister Dijkgraaf will submit proposals to the Lower House to limit the intake of international students in Dutch education. Employers in Limburg are very concerned about the impact on border regions like ours. We as the joint Brightlands campuses, together with representatives of the Limburg business community, have written a letter to bring our concerns to the minister's attention.

Read the full letter from Brightlands here (only in Dutch)

Source: Brightlands

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