International Week Built Environment

Our International Week will soon be here. It will be a fantastic week! Join us and our partners for workshops and lectures on topics related to the Built Environment. Due to COVID-19 measures, the week will be organized mostly online.

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    April 12 to 16When?
    Online, due to Covid-19How?
    Read on and sign upHow can I join?

Welcome

Dear all,

I would like to welcome you to our third International Week. Last year we had to cancel our International Week as a result of the worldwide pandemic, but this year we decided to continue the initiative in a digital format. We will welcome students and colleagues from around the globe, including the US, Japan, Germany and, of course, the Netherlands. Although the different time zones create challenges, we hope we’ve developed an interesting program for all of you. Our school and our programs endorse the UN’s sustainable development goals, so the program for International Week  includes many topics related to sustainability.

I wish you all a very interesting week with a lot of new knowledge, new contacts and, above all, a lot of fun with each other.

Frank Spuij,
Dean, School of Built Environment

274205 Frank Spuij directeur Academie Built Environment

Facts

5 Days
6 Countries
1000+ Students & Faculty
1 Webinar
25 Presentations
7 Workshops
4 Cooking Classes
3 Social Events

 

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With more than 25 activities, there is a lot to discover this week. Meet students from all over the world. Learn, work and have fun together!

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Some events require you to register in advance. This does not apply to webinars and presentations; you can participate in those events without prior registration.

Register now!

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Program

Week program

Check out the total week program or take a look at the extensive day program by clicking on the days on the right.

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Monday

Attend presentations on housing in the Netherlands. Or join Dutch students in a workshop on intercultural communication or on creating the ultimate project management plan for a railroad underpass.

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Tuesday

Get informed about housing in Asia. Talk about studying in Japan, follow the workshop "Upper Citarum River in Indonesia" or work on a recreational marina layout. Prepare a "Kapsalon" and end the day by playing Among Us.

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Wednesday

Learn more about the Dutch. Enjoy Asian food. Play Among Us with Europe and Asia. Get inspired by Thomas Rau’s Sustainable Webinar. Attend the presentations "Tiny houses all over the world". And close the day with the student activity GeoGuessr.

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Thursday

Join presentations and workshop “Sustainable cities and communities”, with German students. Attend the webinar "Smart Grids" or learn about the Dutch. Study abroad? Ask the pro’s! Enter the BE-Global Café, make a burger and join the secret activity.

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Friday

Sadly, the last day of the event has arrived! You’re now finalizing your assignment for the workshop "Sustainable cities and communities". We’d love to share the outcomes of this workshop with you! Will you join us?

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Photo Contest

During the International Week, take photos of yourself or together with your fellow students. During a workshop, when you are baking the 'Hair Salon', or when you play Among US, it's up to you. We want to use these photos for an impression of this week on our website, and also use them for our next International Week. Will you join? Every day we choose a winner who receives a nice reward.

Send your photos to be.global@han.nl

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Exchange Courses and Internships

HAN University of Applied Sciences offers loads of professional programs in a wide range of fields. Students can choose from 63 bachelor programs, 19 master programs and numerous exchange programs. All of which combine a solid theoretical basis with practical application in the field. So they’re well positioned to enter the job market as soon as they graduate. HAN offers 5 English-taught bachelor programs and 2 English-taught master programs within the field of Engineering & Life Sciences. We have around 1,000 students from 30 different countries. And our main objective is to enhance employability and internationalization.

Take a look at these minors from the HAN University:

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