With a big smile on their faces the representatives of both universities put their signatures on the documents. Professor Marwan Asri was in Breda as the representative of Gadjah Mada. From Avans Frans van Kalmthout, member of the Board, and Nies Rijnders, director of ASIS, were present.
The new cooperation involves the exchange of students as well as teachers on lessons, minors, colleges, readings, internships, et cetera. If everything goes well, the cooperation will be expanded in the future.
A delegation of ASIS will soon leave for Indonesia to get further acquainted with the teachers and students of Gadjah Mada University and to get to know each other’s teaching methods and range of courses. [LJ]