Organisation and Management

Hanze University of Applied Sciences (Hanze UAS), Groningen, has establishments in Groningen, Assen, Leeuwarden and Amsterdam with approximately 26000 students and 3000 staff members.

The name Hanze UAS relates to a once driving force in terms of business and trade. Many years ago, the Hanseatic League was essential for international trade, cooperation and contacts. This was the case in the Netherlands and many other countries, such as Germany and Scandinavia. The Netherlands had many Hanseatic cities, including Groningen.

Therefore, the term 'Hanze' can be firmly related to the past as well as to the city of Groningen. The logo also has historical aspects to it. The slanted gothic letter H in Orange can be found everywhere Hanze UAS related.

Take a look at the film below for a deeper look at Hanze University of Applied Sciences.

 

 

​​​Executive Board

The Executive Board is the governing body of the Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen. The members are chosen by the supervisory board.

Members of the Executive Board

drs. H.J. Pijlman (Henk), Chairman
drs. L.J.M. Verhofstad (Rob), Board member​
​​dr. P. van der Wijk (Paul), Board member

The Board is supported by:
drs. H.L. Hofstra (Henk), Secretary of the Executive Board

Members of the Board Secretariat

Karien Oomkes
Secretary drs. H.J. Pijlman
(050 595) 5676

Boudy Meertens
Secretary dr. P. van der Wijk
(050 595) 5681

Marja Everts-Ellen
Secretary drs. H.L. Hofstra​​
(050 595) 5512

Denise Busz-Noordhof
Secretary dr. R. Verhofstad
(050 595) 5682


Supervisory Board

The Supervisory Board consists of the following board members: Mr. mr. K.F. Schuling (Chairman), Ms. Drs. D. Boonstra, Ms. Prof. dr. S.G.L. Schruijer, Mr. drs. H. van der Burg, Mr. drs. A.A. Rietveld, Mr. drs. R. Bakker, Ms. N. Hiddema and Mr. drs J.J.Fennema.


​​Responsibilities

The Statutes of Hanze UAS state the responsibilities of the Supervisory Board and the Executive Board. Their responsibilities are described in Hanze UAS' Household Rules.


Code of Integrity

Whenever and wherever people collaborate with one another, ethical issues may arise. Hanze UAS' Code of Integrity (in dutch) covers the guidelines regarding desired behaviour. The code is valid for all staff members of Hanze UAS. It serves as a guidance tool for what is expected of staff members and for discussions on behaviour, enabling us to express our core values.

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