Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Many Universities have Marginal Quality Programs

Twenty-six universities and 24 colleges in the Netherlands have been warned by the professional accreditation body (NVAO) that the quality of one or more of their courses is marginal. This concerns matters such as the level of papers submitted by students, the content of the courses, the level of knowledge and the intensity of study. The courses concerned include Dutch law, food business, pedagogy, construction, business and management studies, as well as environmental studies.

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