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4 June 2020

Come and meet us on our Open Day on 4 June in Venlo! HAS University of Applied Sciences opens its doors for you, to give you a first-hand experience of what we have to offer to you as a student.

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The Next-Generation Growing (NGG) project ‘Accelerate!’ aims to boost the movement of growers towards Next-Generation Growing and to give them the expertise and skills to adapt their mind-set.

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HAS University of Applied Sciences is one of the Dutch educational institutions involved in the Kenyan project 'Enhancing Partnerships for Industry-led Vocational training and education (ePIVOT) in the horticulture value chains of Kenya'.

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14 November 2019

On Thursday 14 November 2019 our special HAS University of Applied Sciences Student Study Day will take place. 

During this day, student can come into contact with the professional field of Agro, Food & Living Environment in various ways, such as: 

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On Monday 9 September 2019, Dutch Minister of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality, Carola Schouten was at HAS University of Applied Sciences in ‘s-Hertogenbosch to open the new academic year 2019-2020.

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On 20 June, the 8th annual HAS Year Event was held at HAS University of Applied Sciences.

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27 September 2019

Are you curious about our Bachelors? And can't you wait until our open houses? Visit us at the studie fair Eindhoven in the Netherlands! The biggest study related event in the south of the Netherlands.

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What’s does the future hold for the agrifood sector in Brabant? This is a burning question to which there is no ready-made answer. This is because, we can’t look into the future and the world is changing at such a rapid pace.

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During the coming year, students from the Applied Biology and Horticulture & Arable Farming study programmes will be working on a research project as part of various final-year projects aimed at achieving sustainable glasshouse cultivation and processing for spices in the Netherlands.

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During the coming year, students from the Applied Biology and Horticulture & Arable Farming study programmes will be working on a research project as part of various final-year projects aimed at achieving sustainable glasshouse cultivation and processing for spices in the Netherlands.

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