Diversity and pluriformity are important characteristics for the University because Inholland University is an institution with a broad palette (largely) consisting of higher professional education programmes, almost 36,000 students, 2800 members of staff and numerous sites.
Diversity and pluriformity are a number of characteristics which the University wishes to retain. In addition, the University attaches considerable value to a personal approach to students and staff. The institutions which comprise Inholland University already apply this individual way of working. Inholland University wishes to ensure that this binding element is characteristic of and a guiding principle in the development of its open, social, progressive and ambitious profile and character.
All these aspects make Inholland University an institution in which students and staff stimulate, encourage and inspire each other to explore their own boundaries and those of education and society.