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A new educational revolution in Maastricht?

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Written by Wednesday, 28 May 2014 12:53
The Dutch labour market does not look particularly rosy for graduates in the coming years. According to a recent report by the Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market (ROA), not even one in ten graduates seems to have particularly good prospects. The economic crisis is partly to blame,…

The first European presidential debate

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Written by Thursday, 10 April 2014 10:23
Writing European history in Maastricht At the end of May, it is up to us to decide what course the future of Europe will take. We, the citizens of Europe, will elect a new European Parliament. This allows us to have a say in who will succeed José Manuel Barroso…

It’s a man’s world – but not for long

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Written by Wednesday, 19 February 2014 15:03
 The fact that men and women differ in many ways should be taken into account in scientific research more often, according to the European Commission. Therefore, researchers applying for a grant from the new European framework programme Horizon 2020 must indicate how their study design addresses sex and gender differences.…
‘Sexual dysfunction? If I don’t accidentally get pregnant and don’t have an STD, everything’s just fine’, many young people seem to think. Women not reaching orgasm, men ejaculating prematurely – either young people do not see these as problems, or the threshold for seeking help is too high. Yet, 27%…
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