"The government plan for a € 6,000 fine for slow students and their universities will be counterproductive", FEB dean Elmer Sterken states in his FEBlog, "The plan will spark off a tax-avoiding game lowering the quality of education and students avoiding difficult programmes. However, it's not the slow students who will be costly: it's the unmotivated student who will be expensive. If a government budget cut is unavoidable, the better solution is a general tuition fee raise of € 700."
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De Executive MBA van de University of Groningen Business School (UGBS) heeft zojuist het goede nieuws ontvangen dat de opleiding is geaccrediteerd door de Nederlands-Vlaamse Accreditatieorganisatie (NVAO).
Assistant professor and Rosalind Franklin Fellow Dr Rieneke Slager is a co-author on a report supported and published by the United Nations-backed Principles of Responsible Investment (PRI). The report, entitled ‘How ESG engagement creates value for...
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