Posts over Hanze UAS
Anne Floor Lanting 13 November, 2018

Lecturers at Hanze: Emily Lewis

‘The international element is what really drives me and keeps me engaged.’ Ohioan Emily Lewis teaches English and International Business Law at the International Business School (IBS). How did you become a teacher at Hanze University? ‘I fi...

Boudewijn Otten 21 August, 2018

Desperately in need of rooms

Providing accommodation to about three thousand students from abroad, that is the challenge Groningen faces the upcoming weeks. For the majority of these students, a solution is on the horizon, but not for everyone. ‘We do whatever we can, but a sc...

Luuk Steemers 14 December, 2017

‘I saw beautiful nature threatened’

‘I’ve always been very much in contact with nature and the countryside, camping and undertaking outdoor activities. After Brazil Colombia is the second most biodiverse country in the world. We have a rainy pacific coast, a tropical Caribbean coas...

Chris 24 March, 2017

My Secret Spot: Walk of Fame at Zernike Campus

When you just arrived in Groningen as an international student, it's not always easy to find your way immediately. Of course you will quickly learn how to get around in the center. But where can you buy the food that you are used to? Where can yo...

Chris 20 October, 2015

From Beijing to Beijum: impressions of Groningen

A beardy bloke from Australia, a cow-loving Chinese girl, a veggy farmer-to-be from Nigeria and a couple of fresh air sniffers - most of the 800 students who attended Welcoming Day at Hanze University are very enthusiastic about Groningen. Ade...

Chris 14 October, 2015

Student Houses: Van Houtenlaan

Watch a new episode in our series of international student houses of SSH Groningen! This time, we visit the students living at Van Houtenlaan, one of the older and bigger houses, located in the South of Groningen, where the rooms are small, but t...