Dutch education officials move to stop spread of English, flood of foreign students
International students are attracted to studying the Netherlands by the large number of degree courses taught in English — the largest in continental Europe — and low tuition fees for EEA nationals. While most bachelor's degrees in the Netherlands ...
WILLEMSTAD – On Wednesday 30 May 2018, the University of Curaçao dr. Moises da Costa Gomez (UoC) and the Curaçao Development Institute (CDI) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). With the signing of this MoU, the cooperation, which has been taking place for some time, has been formalized between the two organizations. This collaboration was […]Read More »
THE HAGUE – The Aruba government has been granted a period of two years to get its finances in order. The Kingdom Council of Ministers took this decision on Friday. Aruba Prime Minister Evelyn Wever-Croes announced the news after a meeting of the Kingdom Council of Ministers which she attended on Friday. She said Aruba […]Read More »
PHILIPSBURG – Princess Juliana International Airport (PJIA) will have its day in court on June 19. PJIA filed a court case against NAGICO Insurances’ refusal to swiftly assess and honour in full the airport’s multi-million-dollar insurance claim. The Daily Herald understands from a source close to negotiations that PJIA wants an estimated US $105 million from […]Read More »
Law360The State Of Creditor Recovery Efforts In Venezuela: Part 1Law360Within days of obtaining an almost $2 billion arbitral award against PDVSA and two subsidiaries, ConocoPhillips Co. initiated enforcement proceedings against various PDVSA operating...Read More »
WILLEMSTAD – Werner Wiels must transfer all relevant information from the MDPT multidisciplinary team within four weeks. That has been determined by the judge in the court of first instance in Willemstad. The dismissed project leader would have sensitive information about companies interested in taking over the operations of the refinery after the contract with […]Read More »
With a mature dispute settlement Disputes are at all times. Sometimes they are big, sometimes small. Sometimes of a principled nature, sometimes they deal with (small) earthly matters. Disputes can exist between people, but also between countries. There are also (strong) disputes between the countries within our Kingdom. When it comes to disputes when making […]Read More »
Traditional security means companies can't meet regulatory requirements, says Aruba
Aruba has highlighted the issues in a new whitepaper. The company suggests that rather than a complete security overhaul, they can leave existing solutions, which rely on pattern matching to detect threats within a network, in place and add an ...
Aruba expert on why firms may fall foul on GDPR regulations Intelligent CIO ME (press release) Full coverageRead More »
Intelligent CIO ME (press release)Aruba expert on why firms may fall foul on GDPR regulationsIntelligent CIO ME (press release)Companies risk falling foul of incoming GDPR regulations by relying on existing, piecemeal security measures, according to a ...Read More »