It’s a party!
Hospitality student Marnix Doorman chose a unique hotel to do his in-company training – one where he worked alongside students with special needs.
Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences officially signed the agreement with its partner the Europa-Wirtschaftsschulen in Vienna to allow the start of programmes at the EWS location.
The hospitality industry has plenty of internships and jobs to offer, but it is not always easy for students and graduates to access these career opportunities.
A growing number of Wittenborg's hospitality students are doing internships at top hotels around the world.
Wittenborg's new Book Launch and Whisky Tasting on 10 December in Amsterdam - an Event Not to Be Missed!
Transnational Bachelor Degree in Hospitality Managment - what that means.
WUP 5/4/2015 - Netherlands an Attractive Alternative for Russian Students Facing Fallout from Russia's Involvement in the Ukraine crisis - Universities in the Netherlands is seen as an attractive and cheaper alternative for Russian students wishing to study abroad, but feeling stranded by the depreciation of their currency caused by the immense political pressure Russia is facing over the crisis in Ukraine.
Wittenborg University, one of the most international universities in the Netherlands, is gearing up to receive more Russian students. It already has a number of Russian students and several from former USSR countries like Kazakhstan, Georgia and Ukraine.
WUP 6/5/2013 Chinese to implement 5 year visas for foreigners to stimulate knowledge migrants. While the Dutch government is concerned about how to bind its non-EU graduates to the Netherlands in a bid to fill the gap that is developing in the source of knowledge workers, the Chinese government has just announced planes to drastically relax its visa regulations for knowledge migrants.
WUP 25/4/2013 - Behind the scenes: Chinh Ha - Chinh Ha is a Marketing & Communication student at Wittenborg University from the capital city of Vietnam, Hanoi. She visited the Netherlands for the first time, in 2010 when her father was studying in The Hague. “The Netherlands is a very beautiful country and the people are friendly and nice” says Chinh. “That’s one of the reasons I decided to study here”.