Wittenborg looks back at another successful workshop event at Neso Russia
Dear students, as you probably know Wittenborg will have a new campus in Vienna, https://campus.univie.ac.at/en/home/, starting next college year.
Wittenborg has had its programmes recognised by the Austrian Accreditation authorities as Dutch degrees that can be offered in Austria.
When Wittenborg opens its new campus in Vienna, Austria, in September it will be headed by Dr Alexander Bauer who will be its new Campus Director.
In contrast to the political turmoil throughout the world, and it’s possible effect on higher education, 2016 proved to be an excellent year for Wittenborg, with many exciting developments and a steady growth in new students and new teaching staff.
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.
Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences is one step closer to setting up a branch campus in Vienna, Austria, in 2017.
The memorandum on the incorporation of a private limited company in Austria was signed this week by the directors of Wittenborg. This key document sets out the rights, duties and responsibilities of shareholders, directors and others within and in relation to a company.
Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences recently announced its partnership with the vocational institute EWS (Europa-Wirtschaftsschulen Wien) in Vienna, Austria - signifying its first transnational move. We spoke to Thomas Lung, Head of Educational Programmes at EWS, about what makes Vienna a “perfect” city for international students. He is on a 2-day visit to Wittenborg this week.