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  • People with a job learn most during their work

    19-07-2017

    People with a job tend to learn more when carrying out their daily tasks and collaborating with experienced colleagues.

  • Learning at the workplace for auditors

    Learning at the workplace for auditors

    18-05-2017

    Therese Grohnert, PhD candidate at Maastricht University, wanted to know why audit firms sometimes form insufficiently supported judgements on their clients’ financial statements.

  • SBE AACSB re-accreditated

    School of Business and Economics receives re-accreditation from AACSB

    25-04-2017

    On 19 April 2017 AACSB International announced that it will be extending the business accreditation of Maastricht University’s School of Business and Economics (SBE). Founded in 1916, AACSB is the longest-serving global accrediting body for business schools that offer undergraduate, master's, and doctoral degrees in business and accounting. By obtaining this re-accreditation, SBE retains the prestigious ‘Triple Crown’ which consists of accreditations awarded by the American AASCB, the British AMBA and the European-wide EQUIS. Only 1% of business schools worldwide have been able to achieve this.

  • Maastricht Centre Innovation Classical Music (MCICM)

    Maastricht Centre for the Innovation of Classical Music

    19-04-2017

    Presentation Maastricht Centre for the Innovation of Classical Music (MCICM) on April 19th 2017.

  • ITEM Brochures  Vera van Vliet

    Announcement ITEM PhD Volume 'Beyond the refugee crisis'

    24-03-2017

    The Institute for Transnational and Euregional cross border cooperation and Mobility (ITEM) published a PhD Volume about the refugree crisis. The volume was written by PhD candidates of ITEM and includes separate contributions in which each of them tackles the topic of the refugee crisis from their own area of interest. The volume therefore discusses themes ranging from migration law and criminal behaviour to social security.

  • ITEM Brochures  Vera van Vliet

    New ITEM research project on multilingualism in the workplace

    09-02-2017

    25 years ago, the birth act of the European Union was signed in Maastricht. A historical moment, which brought the capital of the Dutch province of Limburg international fame. Yet, Maastricht and Limburg could profit much more from ‘Europe’ than happens today. Language still forms an obstacle though. A new project from the research institute ITEM further explores this issue.

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