Using Legos as a means to train future engineers

Welcome to our comprehensive guide on using Legos as a means to train future engineers. In this article, we will explore the numerous benefits of incorporating Legos into engineering training programs. Whether you are an educator, parent, or aspiring engineer, this article will shed light on why Legos are an excellent tool for developing essential […]

Universities in the Netherlands: Centuries of Global Leadership

Introduction Universities in the Netherlands: Centuries of Global Leadership The Netherlands, with its rich history and vibrant culture, has long been a hub of academic excellence. Its universities, renowned for their high-quality education and innovative research, have played a significant role in shaping the global intellectual landscape. In this article, we will explore the fascinating […]

What is a unitary state? The case of the Netherlands.

What is a unitary state? The case of the Netherlands.

Introduction In this article, we will delve into the concept of a unitary state, using the case of the Netherlands as an example. A unitary state is a form of government where power is concentrated in a central authority, and local governments have limited autonomy. Understanding the dynamics of a unitary state is crucial for […]

Artificial Intelligence (AI) as a threat to higher education

Artificial Intelligence (AI) as a threat to higher education

Introduction Artificial Intelligence (AI) has rapidly emerged as a transformative technology in various industries, and higher education is no exception. As the capabilities of AI continue to advance, there is an increasing concern about its potential impact on the traditional higher education system. In this blog, we will explore the role of AI as a […]


University Foundation Governing Board The Governing Board is responsible for legal and financial oversight and compliance, as well as high-level relations with governmental and intergovernmental authorities. Prof Laurent CLEENEWERCK de KIEV, President Prof Ludovic CHAN-TUNG, Vice-President Mr Habte OGBAZION, Treasurer Violet SPEK-NICHOLAS, Secretary Pr Cleenewerck de Kiev (World Interfaith Harmony Week Prize Address in Amman, […]

Vaccine Policy (Requirements)

As of 08/2023: COVID-19 testing is not required for access to facilities but individuals presenting any symptoms must report them before contact and entry COVID-19 vaccination is not required The university reserves the right to amend this policy at any based on evolving public and global health conditions and directives.

Hybrid Work Policy

EULER is committed to providing staff with flexible work options in line with the operational needs of the university and their department. Flexible work encompasses a broad spectrum of approaches, including Hybrid work arrangements where staff may work from home, although their primary work location continues to be at EULER. This guide memo sets forth […]

Distinguished alumni, former students and faculty members of Franeker University

Jean-Nicolas-Sébastien Allamand (1713-1787), professor of philosophy (1747-1749) then professor of mathematics and philosophy, University of Leiden Lieuwe van Aitzema, historian and diplomat William Ames, theologian Willem Baudartius, theologian Balthasar Bekker, theologian Court Lambertus van Beyma, delegate of the Frisian States Govert Bidloo, anatomist and personal physician of William III of Orange-Nassau, Dutch stadholder and king of England Cornelius […]

Meet the Kingdom of the Netherlands

Few people realize how unique the Kingdom of the Netherlands is in terms of geography, history and global importance. The Kingdom of the Netherlands consists of four autonomous countries: the Netherlands, Aruba, Curaçao and St Maarten. The latter three are located in the Caribbean. The country of the Netherlands consists of a territory in Europe […]

What is a Memorial University?

According to UNESCO, there are about 50-70 institutions of higher learning named as “Memorial” university or college, including the well-known Memorial University of Newfoundland (or simply “Memorial University”) and Lincoln Memorial University. For unknown reasons, this naming form is especially common in the Philippines. A Memorial University is typically established to honor and memorialize a […]