Tag Archive | Strategic Agenda

Post three: Expected scale and impact of the investment

InvestmentIn our previous post we reflected on the autonomy of institutions – today we would like to talk about the investment plan of the strategic agenda. Read More…

Post two: managerial autonomy – a “high-trust” agenda

AutonomyIn our previous post we reflected on the proposed initiatives in the Strategic Agenda. We mentioned shortly that institutions can decide themselves on the various initiatives proposed and the priorities they choose. In this post, we would like to further discuss this managerial autonomy of the higher education institutions. Read More…

Post one: ambition and multitude of proposed initiatives

InitiativesThe Strategic Agenda covers a multitude of issues and offers plenty of space for the development of new initiatives, thereby progressing on the path towards better quality in higher education. It is thus a rich and ambitious agenda for the future of higher education and research.

The focus of the Strategic Agenda is on educational reforms. The wide variety of possible ways in which quality can and should be working offers opportunities for all players to contribute: there is something for everyone. The international study by CHEPS of “good practices of education” shows that much is happening both within and outside the Netherlands to improve the quality of education. Read More…

CHEPS blog series announcement: Our Reflections on the Strategic Agenda for Dutch Higher Education and Research 2015- 2025

Presentation1In the summer of 2015 the Strategic Agenda for Dutch Higher Education and Research 2015- 2025 was published, and focused on the direction Dutch higher education should take in the coming decade. It was conceived by the Minister of Education, Culture and Science in collaboration with the Minister and the Secretary of Economic Affairs. The Strategic Agenda is based around four themes: quality of education, talent development and diversity, accessibility and the connection with society. Read More…