On 28 and 29 September, Universities of the Netherlands will host the UNLimited Festival in Den Bosch.
With UNLimited 2023 the Dutch universities will show how they work continuously towards better education, excellent research and an even bigger impact on their region. UNLimited will bring together new insights, best practices, learned lessons to make universities more versatile and resilient, so that they can take society to the next level.
The programme is put together by and for the universities, about education policy, talent strategies, campus development and dilemma’s in national and international cooperation, student wellbeing, digitalisation, flexibilisation and right use of data. All in a different guise than the one you are used to: no reports and papers, but
discussion, Theatercolleges, whirling workshops, a trip through space and the education innovation café.
The programme includes plenary speeches from minister Robbert Dijkgraaf and ASML CEO Peter Wennink as well as break out sessions on a range of themes. Join the session about international partnerships, with Lorna Hughes from the University of Glasgow, speakers from Radboud University and Struan Campbell from the British Council. The session will set out the strategic factors impacting on international collaboration across the North Sea. The session will investigate the practical steps universities can take to build in-depth partnerships that survive changing times. The panel will look at the strategic trends, barriers and opportunities in working across the North Sea and will examine in detail the Radboud University and University of Glasgow collaboration. Find out more on the UNLimited website.