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Netherlands - Asia Summer School

09 March 2015

This year, eight students of the University of Groningen are selected for the prestigious Netherlands - Asia Summer School. Five of them are following the Bachelorprogramme of the Honours College. The Honours College is very proud and congratulates the students who are selected. We wish them every success and fun!

The NAHSS facilitates a national honours programme for excellent Dutch undergraduate students of all Dutch research universities and disciplines. This programme offers these students the unique possibility to experience Asia during a summer programme containing academic, business and cultural aspects. This initiative enables the participants to become fully aware of and able to capture the opportunities that arise on the Asian continent for the Netherlands. Not only aims the NAHSS to underline the importance of Asia for the Netherlands, but hopes to further stimulate and influence the (academic) careers of these students in a Asia-oriented manner.

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