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Students taking charge of higher education (MOOC) starting soon!

11 April 2016

Students at the University of Groningen are involved in many ways: student assistants, member of daily boards, participating in governing bodies, etc.

The online course "Students Taking Charge of Higher Education" aims to help you better prepare for your (future) function as a student involved in the organisation of the university. After the course you will be able to behave professionally, provide adequate support to staff and students, identify the basic principles of good education and more.

The course further provides a good overview of the many ways how students can be involved in the organisation.

For more information or to sign up, please visit the Futurelearn website.

Last modified:12 April 2016 3.28 p.m.
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