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NHL Stenden in Emmen and the Hochschule Osnabrück in Lingen have jointly launched a project in which students from the Netherlands and Germany are introduced to circular plastics.
Editorial office / Lingen

“In the future, German and Dutch entrepreneurs who are not enrolled at the university will also be able to participate in some of our courses free of charge,” says Wolfgang Arens-Fischer, professor at the Lingen campus of the University of Applied Sciences Osnabrück.

The university maintain close contacts with companies in the region, as German students are trained in companies as part of the dual study programme. Thus, what they learn during their studies flows directly back into the regional economy as information.

Two students tell in Agro&Chemie about their experiences with the international course.

Image: NHL Stenden