Demand: abolishing the efficiency cuts
As if all of this would not be serious enough, an additional cut is planned from the Cabinet in the form of a so-called "efficiency cut" of structural 183 million euros. This threatens to be pushed through despite a negative motion from the Senate. Abolishing the efficiency discount would mean that the government grant will not go further in the coming years, as illustrated in the graph below (blue line):

Demand: restoration of the government funding to the level of 2000.
The above is certainly not enough to return to a workable situation at the university. WOinActie therefore requires an extra investment of 1.15 billion per year that is needed to turn the tide in academic education. With this much-needed investment, the government grant per student will return to the situation in 2000 as can be seen in the graph below (blue line):