Multidisciplinary education better for innovation

A round table discussion with people from SURFnet, Cisco, Hanze Institute of Technology (HIT) and Waag on the quality of education came up a number of conclusions: government and business world should invest in creative and technological tools that suits the modern needs of students and pupils, a multidisciplinary kind of education will increase the fun factor of education and stop the 'brain drain' to foreign countries and it will lead to educated people that are better equipped to apply innovation.

The complete text of the press bulletin is available from the Dutch page.