As third-level education standards drop, a number of Dutch universities are taking measures to streamline and improve the country’s college experience. JOANNA IOANNIDOU takes a look at some of the new provisions designed to raise Dutch education levels.
Read the whole story in the November Times, or by clicking here.
There is a growing industry in the Netherlands, and it is not one that is thought of as traditionally Dutch. JOANNA IOANNIDOU talks to some of the players that are making the Dutch game industry a success.
You can read more about the Dutch game industry in the October issue of the Holland Times, or by clicking here.
Small creative businesses form an important aspect of Dutch industry. JOANNA IOANNIDOU investigates how the old Volkskrant building in Amsterdam is being put to use to further creative cooperation.
You can find this article in the September issue of the Times. You may also read it here.
Young people fighting for political change is a common sight throughout Europe, but on in the Netherlands are they doing it from within the system. JOANNA IOANNIDOU talks to G500 about their plans for a polite revolution.
This article was published in the August Times, but you can also read it here.
In the midst of government cutbacks to the arts, a private citizen has decided to open his own museum. JOANNA IOANNIDOU examines the eccentric plan and what visitors may have to look forward to.
This article was published in the May Times. Υou may also read this here.
Media reports of a new therapy aimed at “curing” homosexuality have stirred controversy. Investigating claims the treatment is covered by basic insurance, JOANNA IOANNIDOU finds more confusion than clarity.
You will find this article in the March issue of The Holland Times. You may also read it by clicking here.