The Comenius programme contributes to the innovation and improvement of higher education in the Netherlands. The grants enable professionals in higher education to put their ideas for educational innovation into practice. Furthermore, they allow teachers to continue to develop themselves as excellent educational professionals. As they develop, their potential impact is extended further.
Each year, teachers can apply by submitting their proposal.
The programme includes three different grants, depending on the stage of your career: Teaching Fellows, Senior Fellows and Leadership Fellows grants.
More information about the Comeniusprogramme can be found on the NRO website.
Aim of the programme
The aim of the Comenius programme is to help teaching staff put their ideas to innovate education into practice. The Comenius programme offers grants to Teaching Fellows, Senior Fellows (up to one applicant per faculty) and Leadership Fellows (up to one applicant per institution). The Fellows are distinguished on the basis of their experience and the extent of their impact on education. Each year teachers can apply by submitting their proposals.
By facilitating a wide range of educational innovations each year, the programme contributes to the improvement of Higher Education in the Netherlands. Furthermore, by demonstrably valuing excellent and inspired teaching, the Dutch Ministry of Education is keen to contribute to more variety in the careers of teachers and researchers at universities and universities of applied sciences
The Comenius programme offers the following grants:
In 2022, the Comenius programme will have four themes, namely 'Studying together at the hybrid campus', 'Giving the student control over flexible education', 'Transdisciplinary collaboration', and a free theme on the subject of 'Fit for the future'.
Commenius Fellows UG
The UG Comenius laureates are: Dr. Bharath Ganesh, Dr. Oksana Kavatsyuk, Dr. Jolien Mouw, Dr. Esther Hoorn, Dr. Jan Albert van Laar and Dr. Marjolein Deunk.
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