Dutch universities are increasingly picky about the quality of student they admit to their Master programmes.
Master International Tourism
GREAT (Growing Renewable Energy Applications and Technologies)!
Last week the GREAT-project team concluded a very successful partner meeting in Inverness, Scotland.
WUP 18/4/2015 -a Wittenborg Ukrainian Student on Life in a War Zone
Wittenborg University attracts students from all over the world, including Ukraine - the Eastern European country locked in severe military conflict since last year. New Wittenborg student, Iryna Bernatska, described in an interview how the ongoing fighting impacts Ukraine’s economy and its people - like herself - for who there is no reprieve from fear and worry except hoping for a better future.
"What would trigger Russian students to study abroad, particularly in the Netherlands?"
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 2/4/2015 - Wittenborg at Event15! - Presenting Event Management in the Digital Age - According to Event Management Blog Sites, the word defining the event industry for 2015 is” drench” and Director Peter Birdsall, discussed this and other aspects of the modern business to business event at the Event15 fair held today in the Dutch city of Utrecht.
WUP 19/2/2015 - High Rise in International Students for The Netherlands - The number of international students coming to the Netherlands has risen with 8.3% in the 2014-2015 academic year with a “spectacular” growth of almost 23% in the Technology sector, the Association for Dutch Universities (VSNU), said in a press release. Wittenborg University, having established its school of Business and Hospitality, aims to set up a school of Art and Technology in 2015 which will be developed in close cooperation with the industry.
- Internationally recognised accreditations for all our programmes
- Lecturers who are involved in the sector
- Excellent links with business and industry
The School of Hospitality and Tourism at Wittenborg University focuses on management development in the global hospitality industry. The programmes offered by the school address core business and management subjects, and, hospitality as a global phenomenon and how it is consumed by cultures and societies.
WUP 2/2/2015 - Senior lecturer Karin Pelle bids Wittenborg farewell after 12 years - Wittenborg University said goodbye to long-standing staff member and senior lecturer, Karin Pelle, on Monday.