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Zone Flexible education

Flexibilisation of higher education knows many facets; such as an educational catalog, modularisation, microcredentialing, standardisation, flexible planning, learning outcomes, online learning (at distance), forms of face-to-face and online education, learning-independent testing, micro-masters, agreements on the organisation of cooperation, and of course the concept of lifelong learning. There is an enormous diversity in the ingredients which we can use to make higher education more flexible.

15 Universities of Applied Sciences
6 Universities
4 Student routes
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Ulrike Wild & Paul den Hertog

Team leaders Ulrike and Paul talk about the plans of their zone for 2020.

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Looking back on 2019: The zone Flexible education

30 March 2020 Making education more flexible Editors

The first year of the Acceleration Plan is over. In a series of interviews we look back on 2019 with the leaders of the zones. In ...

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Action plan 2020 zone Flexibilisation

Making education more flexible

This zone works on making education flexible in time, pace, place and programme. This is ...

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Action plan zone 2019 Flexibilisation

Making education more flexible

The acceleration team consists of 17 participating institutions with various notions and projects in the field ...

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Flyer zone Flexible Education English

Making education more flexible

Over the next four years, the Flexibilisation Team will be working on the meaning and ...

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