Universities take steps towards more Dutch-taught Bachelor’s programmes

Dutch universities are jointly reducing the percentage of fully English-language undergraduate programmes by almost a third and plan to introduce a Dutch-taught variant to 35 English-taught Bachelor’s programmes. 

These actions are a follow-up to the universities' previous announcement about finding a good balance in the internationalisation of educational institutes. Read the full news article from Universities of the Netherlands here.

Universities, including UM, are working on further plans. Our faculties are exploring the possibilities within their courses. As soon as we have more information, we will share it with our staff and students. 

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