HAN W@TTS stands for: ‘Infrastructure for Research and Education on Power Systems’. That means energy technology for the entire HAN University of Applied Sciences in Arnhem!
12 HAN students and 3 lecturers/coaches at the Mobility Innovation Center (MIC) at Industry Park Kleefse Waard recently received the NEN 9140 basic certificate (Safe working on e-vehicles).
Driving to Morocco in a Renault 4L to help schools and children in poor areas. A team of 12 HAN students are taking part in this very worthwhile charity. They're from 11 different countries and 3 different degree courses. Real champions!
Starting in their 2nd year, a number of engineering and automotive students spend a lot of time at Industry Park Kleefse Waard (IPKW) in Arnhem. They work there on projects to find sustainable solutions for everyday use. They also collaborate with students from other disciplines.
Fr. Abraham, the highest executive board member of Christ (deemed to be university) from Bangalore, India, paid HAN a visit on 16-17 September. HAN University of Applied Sciences started collaborating with this Indian higher education institution some 10 years ago.
Prachi Agarwal and Arunabh Das are media students from Christ University in Bangalore. This month they’ll be working at iXperium Health. Making instruction videos on topics like how to use a cradle.