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Data and monitoring

Annual Report 2022, p. 43:

The male/female ratio remains around 33% to 67%, in both WP and OBP. This also applies to the

higher academic positions such as (Associate) Professor and Associate Professor. In this the University of Humanistic Studies differs positively from the benchmark Dutch Universities.

Staff


Composition of employed scientific staff, support staff and student-assistant, male and female categories
Type201720182019202020212022
Scientific727376788081
Support303133343638
Scientific+support102104109112116119
Student assistant19,502019181718
Total121,50124128130133137

Staff composition by male/female ratio (number)
Type201720182019202020212022
male363739414039
female666769707080
Scientific+support102104108111117119

Staff composition by male/female ratio (percentages)
Type201720182019202020212022
male35,3%35,6%36,1%36,9%34,2%32,8%
female64,8%64,4%63,9%63,1%65,8%67,2%
Scientific+support100%100%100%100%100%100%

PhD’s 2023


PhD's Male / female 2022


ManVrouwTotaal
employed PhD 202361925
external PhD 2023294271


The majority of academic positions are held by women. In this respect, the University for Humanistic Studies deviates positively from the benchmark of Dutch Universities.