Research 2017-11-08T12:42:57+00:00

Research

During the NAHSS bachelor programme the participants conduct research and work on projects assigned by our partners. All projects focus on Asia and are closely related to the overarching theme of the NAHSS edition in question. Every year, this overarching theme is a relevant and topical subject for both the Netherlands and Asia. In 2018, the theme will be Digital Society.

Onderzoek NAHSS 2017 – Health & Aging

Last year, the students of the NAHSS focused on the theme 'Health & Aging'. No less than thirteen groups conducted research and worked on a project in a multidisciplinary team assigned by our partners. Please send us an e-mail (info@nahss.nl) if you want to receive the NAHSS-magazine with all the results.

RESEARCH OF PREVIOUS YEARS

2016

In 2016, the theme was The Chinese Circular Economy. Again, the 100 excellent participants were divided over ten multidisciplinary teams to conduct research on this actual theme for our partners. The results have been assembled in the NAHSS magazine of 2016, which can be read here.

2015

Chinese Innovation was the theme of the NAHSS 2015. The students conducted research on the sectors 'Sustainable Living', 'Government & Society' and 'Smart Cities'. The results and recommendations are to be found in the NAHSS Magazine, which you can read here.

2014

In 2014, the NAHSS grew: from then on, an amount of 100 excellent undergraduate students are selected. These 100 participants were divided over ten multidisciplinary teams. All these teams focused on Urbanisation. There results were merged into the NAHSS-magazine, which you can read here.

2013

In 2013, the central theme was Doing Business with China. The students answered the following question: ‘How can we enhance Dutch business with China?’ Four subgroups answered this question and their results were merged into a flyer.

2012

In 2012, all thirty NAHSS-students answered the following question: ‘How can we maximize the exposure of dutch students to China and how can the NAHSS optimally contribute to this?’ The group was divided in five subgroups to answer this question. Their recommendations can be read here.