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On this page you find all information you need as a lecturer for your job in education at Radboud University. Educational support staff and policy officers will also find information that supports the educational process.

University Teaching Qualification

The University Teaching Qualification (UTQ) is proof of the didactical competence of lecturers in academic education. The UTQ is recognised by all 14 Dutch universities. You obtain your UTQ via your own faculty.

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Checklist new lecturers

As a starting teacher at Radboud University, you have a lot to deal with. A new working environment, your own course, assessment and the University Teaching Qualification. We have listed some useful information for you in an overview.

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Courses for lecturers

Want to work on your development? Radboud University has a diverse offering of trainings and courses for lecturers. From entry level to more advanced, online as well as on campus.

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Basic design of assessment

It is important to align the assessment within a course with the learning objectives and activities. With some practical guidelines, we help you on your way of designing assessment for your course.

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Hybrid and online education

The Radboud University campus has facilities to enable online and hybrid education. These facilities are only available in rooms managed by Campus&Facilities.

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Evaluating a course

A good course evaluation provides a lot of information for the next version. You can evaluate with students both during and at the end of a course. We listed a number of points of attentions and tips for you.

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Een foto van universitair docent Thomas Niederkofler in een bibliotheek.

The educational passion of Thomas Niederkofler

As a counterpart to 'educational burdens', each month we invite a Radboud lecturer to talk about their educational passion. This month, associate professor Thomas Niederkofler tells us what energises him in teaching.

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Diversifying or decolonising your education: ‘Beauty in discomfort’

Many lecturers think about diversifying or decolonising their education. Kiki Kolman and Tjidde Tempels as well. They are both lecturers at the Political Science programme and were allowed to redesign their course A History of Political Thought.

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Academic citizenship: Research on civic education at universities

Marlies Honingh and Floor Basten are researching academic citizenship. What role does an academic play in our society? And how do you learn to act in such a diverse setting?


Contemporary visions of the Stations of the Cross and the Last Supper

The Catholic Documentation Centre (KDC) and the Titus Brandsma Institute (TBI) invite you to a mini-seminar on the 3rd of April in the chapel of the Berchmanianum. The reason for this seminar is the publication of a new book about the 'meaning of...

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TLC Innovation Lunch April

Do you remember the experiment with the vacuum chamber in the physics classroom? Even when you saw with your own eyes the feather and the marble drop down at the same speed, it was hard to understand that frictional force alone ensures that this does...

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TLC Education Café - Education for sustainability

During the Education Café of 13 April, we will talk about education for sustainability? How can we define sustainability? Why is education for sustainability so important today? And what success stories can we already share?

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Teaching Information Point

The education supporters at your faculty would love to help you with didactical advise, educational design and ICT in Education.


Radboud Teaching and Learning Centre

For support, budget and inspiration in innovation and research and for education and teacher development.



Do you have any questions or are you looking for more information? The Teaching Information Point at your faculty will be happy to assist you.