Where professional practice requires new and distinctive basic knowledge and skills, we are elor’s and associate degree programmes. In doing so, we consciously look for study programmes that transcend existing classifications and institutes.
There is a growing need among our students to add a master’s qualification to their bachelor’s degree. Moreover, the four societal challenges require
a broad, in-depth, and specialised education in addition to our bachelor programmes. That is why, from 2028, we will offer a wide range of professional masters, preparing our students to become professionals who can play a key role in solving major societal challenges.
Our basic principles:
- All master programmes are professional master’s; research and teaching for these students is based on the application of their knowledge and skills in practice.
- The four transition issues are leading the development of new master’s programmes with a thematic, cross-disciplinary character.
- Specialist masters are closely linked to a specific profession and have a strictly defined civic impact.
In order to train more people for shortage occupations, we will strengthen and innovate our training provision for (working) adults. We will focus on
professionals from other sectors who need a basic qualification to change careers, and professionals with a secondary vocational diploma who need an associate or bachelor’s degree to progress. We will also use our knowledge and expertise to develop shorter training programmes around the four transition issues together with the professional field.
We can make lifelong learning a reality by:
- Working together on an attractive and effective
education concept for (working) adults.
- Positioning our upskilling, retraining and refresher
courses for (working) adults in a distinctive way.
- Having our centres of expertise collaborate with the professional field to develop refresher programmes to benefit the four transition
- Proactively supporting the scale-up of these programmes.