The Dutch government wants fewer international students in the Netherlands. A new law that passed last month will put brake on internationalisation in higher education. This will also have consequences for EUR, where 25 percent of students come from abroad.

Jason Pridmore, the only non-Dutch Dean of Education at the university, explains: “The bigger problem is that international students are a scapegoat for other problems in the country, such as the housing crisis.”

Also in this episode: reporter Nora asks how students themselves look at the new internationalisation law; Lara visits an international cantus in Café Beurs; and Sabina dives into the mirror world of artist Willem Oorebeek in the Polak building.

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