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The new Multi board for 2017-2018!

On April 20, study association Multi presented the new board of 2017/2018: Jesse David Marinus as chairman Desi van der Kleijn as secretary and Aileen Dijksterhuis as treasurer! Congratulations to the new board and we wish you all the best of luck! About Multi Multi is the student association of the BA Minorities & Multilingualism. Within…

My exchange to the University of Pretoria (UP), South Africa

Written by: Elise Groot Preparations Last semester was my semester abroad. What I really do not want to skip because it might be of use to you is the whole procedure before departure. The deadlines of application for a university programme are fairly clear. What might not be clear from the start is what exactly…

The MOOC Multilingual Practices is officially open!

Hooray! Yesterday our MOOC ‘Multilingual Practices’ was officially opened by Jouke de Vries, Dean of de University Campus Fryslân. Frisian poet Arjan Hut entertained us with a very original multilingual poem about potatoes. Wait, what? Just take a look below and see for yourself how creative Arjan can be with the potato. After this lovely opening…

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