On October 3, 2017, the Netherlands Parliament's First Chamber approved the connection of private higher education to 'BRON' (the Basic Register of Education) and the admission of diplomas & degrees of private universities and universities of applied sciences in the diploma register.
Wittenborg has had its programmes recognised by the Austrian Accreditation authorities as Dutch degrees that can be offered in Austria.
The first round in a series of quality audits of Wittenborg University’s Bachelor of Business Administration programmes in 2017 will take place this week with a 3-day site visit from a quality assurance agency to Wittenb
Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences is pleased to announce its MBA programme has just received unconditional approval from the Dutch Flemish Accreditation Body (NVAO). This means it is now a double-accredited programme - approved by NVAO and by FIBAA, the German accreditation body.
One of the biggest milestones in 2017 will be the celebration of Wittenborg’s 30th anniversary, Birdsall said. To this end, events will be organized throughout the year, kicking off in January when a new logo will be unveiled.
Wittenborg University’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) programme is set to become a good example of an academic MBA in the Netherlands after receiving the stamp of approval from the Dutch-Flemish Accreditation Organisation (NVAO).
Prospective students can win scholarships of up to €10 000 if they attend Wittenborg University’s “Bootcamp” on Wednesday 1 July for those interested in studying entrepreneurship and small business.
Wittenborg University Open Days in Amsterdam - ''You're Welcome to Visit!''
Information Session Saturday 13 June – Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences invites prospective students and their families to join an Information Session held at the new location in Amsterdam on Saturday 13 June.
Wittenborg University reacts strongly against an attempt by the Dutch Minister of Education to regulate use of the term "University"
Earlier this month, Dutch Minister of Education Jet Bussemaker announced plans to protect the degrees and titles of Dutch Higher Education in a proposed change the Act of Higher Education. Wittenborg supports the general regulation, however has now reacted strongly against one of the suggestions included in the proposal that limit the use of the singular term ''University".
Bachelor programmes in International Business and Administration seem to be the hottest study programmes among prospective students in the Netherlands – IBA programmes have received more online-traffic in the first quarter of 2015 than any other course of study!