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Navitas partners with The Hague University

Navitas has signed a partnership agreement with The Hague University of Applied Sciences to provide international students with pathway programs to study at the world-leading university in the Netherlands.

Campus Laakhaven at The Hague University of Applied Science. Photo: Wikimedia Commons/ Geniuss86

The pathway college will assist students to acquire the skills needed for Dutch universities

Currently, THUAS offers over 80 undergraduate, graduate and part-time programs to more than 25,000 students over 140 nationalities at their campus in The Hague.

“By partnering with Navitas we will help even more people from around the globe to create positive change”

The pathway college will offer university foundation programs and will also be responsible for managing the operation of the university’s academic preparation course to assist students to acquire English proficiency skills and the study skills needed for Dutch universities.

Navitas explained that other pathway programs may be developed in the future by mutual agreement of the parties.

Speaking about the partnership, Navitas’ University Partnerships Europe CEO Paul Lovegrove said the partnership aligns with THUAS’ highly impactful mission of raising global citizens.

“What an incredible purpose to align with those of Navitas; to help students connect with and develop their potential,” he added.

Rajash Rawal, member of the Executive Board of THUAS added that both THUAS and Navitas strongly believe in the transformative power of education.

“I am convinced that by partnering with Navitas we will help even more people from around the globe to create positive change, for themselves and the world around them,” he said.

The agreement follows Navitas’ announcement of a partnership agreement with the University of Twente in July.

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