Let's get started: Kernvisie BRUIST
These last few weeks, the faculty has been preparing for the realisation of the Kernvisie (Teaching Vision Towards Future-proof Bachelor’s Programmes). Today it will officially start.
The aim of the Kernvisie is to make our legal bachelor’s programmes future-proof. The Faculty Board has assigned a taskforce to realise this Kernvisie. In the taskforce and sub-teams (for instance: electives and skills), approximately 60 colleagues and students will be working on the implementation of the Kernvisie.
In a first blog on the website Kernvisie BRUIST, Bastiaan Rijpkema, head of the taskforce, explains how we are planning to work: together, creatively, with attention for reservations, and with as much input as possible. You may have already encountered a symbol for this earlier this morning at the coffee machine: the Kernvisie BRUIST Cup. Take some time to start a conversation about the future of our bachelor’s programmes while getting a cup of coffee, or elsewhere, and share your input.
Get acquainted and join in!
You can find out more about the members of the taskforce and the teams on the Kernvisie BRUIST website (Dutch). As well as all the important information about the Kernvisie. On the website, you can, for instance, find blogs but also an overview of all walk-in sessions and other activities. The first walk-in lunch will be held on Thursday 30 March at 12.00 hrs. Keep an eye out for the location on the website. You are more than welcome to join!
The Kernvisie BRUIST (Sparkles) with ideas and energy. Let’s work on the bachelor of the future together!
Ton Liefaard, Vice Dean Education