House of Representatives wants to abolish binding study advice | ...

A majority of the House of Representatives supports a motion by GroenLinks on Tuesday for the abolition of the binding study advice (bsa). Students in higher education and at university receive this advice at the end of the first year of study, which means that they may have to stop studying. According to the House of Representatives, a non-binding advice should be given in its place.

Institutions have various conditions that the student must meet, such as a minimum of credits in the first academic year. According to Lisa Westerveld (GroenLinks), initiator of the motion, these kinds of conditions detract from the student’s own responsibility.

It would also hinder students from doing board activities or volunteering. In addition, many rejected students follow the same study program after a negative BSA, but at a different institution.

Minister Ingrid van Engelshoven (Education) is sympathetic to the plan to abolish the BSA. She said earlier that institutions through the BSA were in fact “pumping around” students. “That was not how it was intended.”

The bsa was suspended last year due to the corona crisis. Students who were delayed due to the corona crisis can also use this academic year to meet the conditions.

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