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Minorities & Multilingualism once again a top rated programme!

Minorities & Multilingualism top rated programme 2018 We are very pleased to announced that our BA programme Minorities & Multilingualism is a top rated programme 2018 according to the ‘Keuzegids Universiteiten’. The Keuzegids Universiteiten is published annually and is an independent guide which critically assesses the quality of Bachelor’s programmes and universities. The areas assessed…

Stimmen celebrates 10,000 users!

Stimmen celebrates 10,000 users! Hurray! We’ve reached the flattering milestone of 10,000 users of our language app Stimmen! We would like to embrace you in a big thank you for passionately raising awareness for our project through social media and other media outlets. Sometimes, as an individual, it can be hard to see the results…

The app Stimmen fan Fryslân is launched!

The app Stimmen fan Fryslân is launched! The app Stimmen fan Fryslân is released! This app lets you discover various languages and different varieties of Frisian. You can also record and add spoken language yourself. Furthermore, the app and website allow you to discover and share knowledge about multilingualism within an online community, read blogs or…

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