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Mission PHL

The PHL is a competence center with a wide range of high quality that also meets the need for lifelong learning. It has set itself the objective of employability of its students to ensure maximum.

By offering quality education and the necessary study and student guidance, provides the PHL diplomas that are prized in the labor market and the graduates every opportunity. This is the core mission of the PHL.

The PHL offers students a challenging and stimulating learning and working environment, in preparation for employment and further education where learning to work a privilege and a pleasure.

The PHL also offers its employees every opportunity to education and personal development.

If competence focuses the PHL is not only to student-twenties but also to the earlier graduates and people from working life to a lifelong search for knowledge, skills and competencies.

The PHL is innovative, a research institution and for the future: information and communication technology (ICT) and new teaching concepts colors of the PHL's identity in all its facets.

If the laptop to college with the PHL a leading role in applying new information and communication technologies in education.

Innovative technologies to support our competences in education. Developing skills, as required in professional life, are central.

PHL uses attractive new teaching and learning concepts with the aim of self-responsibility and problem solving skills in students to increase.

The PHL is a learning organization, a living laboratory where education, research and services meet at the forefront of a society in evolution, in other words:

PHL is the social, cultural and economic social developments seen in education and research.

The PHL is a learning organization, in consultation with and based on knowledge embedded in the field, offering training and research with a high reference value.

The PHL is a "lab" where staff, students and external meet, where theory and practice are closely linked and that these ingredients are a source of creativity.

The PHL is a networking organization that students and staff in contact with, and allow participation in a well developed network.

Active development of a network inside and outside Limburg, with the professional and government agencies, consultation with various agencies and organizations, leading to a dynamic process of quality improvement in the realization of our assignments. The PHL is prominent in the socio-economic cultural landscape Flanders.

Internal networking is also worth reading. Where appropriate, the interdisciplinary working across disciplines and departments.

The PHL is pluralistic and implement sustainability of paramount importance.

As a mirror of society, the PHL for an organization that will accommodate different life and world views, in a climate of respect, tolerance and forbearance.

Also, the PHL from respect for future generations, sustainable policies, its training offer with sustainability in its organization and make students aware of sustainable action.

The PHL has an open mind focused on the world.

PHL sets her education in a comparative perspective with similar courses within Europe. The PHL is committed to a broad employability of its graduates everywhere in Europe. The PHL is a European accreditation of its courses.

PHL seeks a well-oiled organization.

PHL believes in clear, transparent structures and a project approach as a means to achieve its goals optimally.

PHL involves students, staff and external stakeholders in its operations and policies.

PHL encourages openness and commitment attention of students, staff and external stakeholders through a transparent operation: Attn transparent structures and processes, and accurate information flow.

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