An agreement between Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences and the New European College (NEC) in Germany means students can now also study Wittenborg's programmes in Munich. Wittenborg is an officially recognised higher education provider in Bavaria, Germany, as listed here:
We are proud to announce, that in line with the Transnational Education (TNE) Law of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences has initiated the process with the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science to be permitted to deliver the entire programme in Germany. Until permission is granted, students will have to complete one quarter of their studies at the Apeldoorn or Amsterdam campus.
WUAS Partner - New European College
As Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences’s Munich Campus, New European College offers one of the most modern and forward-thinking approaches to business education in Germany. The academic combination of a research-based approach to education, real world project weeks and continuous evaluation ensures that students achieve the highest level of sustainable employability in the 21stcentury world of business.
We combine the virtues of the Dutch’s contemporary and practical approach to business education with the modern American model of small classes and real-world academics. Students learn in the economic hub of Germany – Munich – alongside peers from 43+ nationalities who speak 27+ languages. In the sea of formulaic business schools, we stand out. By unleashing our students’ individual strengths, we prepare them to outperform in the business world. Our students’ sustained success is our passion and purpose.
Business Education in Germany’s Economic Capital
Munich, the home of New European College.
Located in the center of Europe, with thousands of students, a perfect blend of innovative technology, economic growth and cultural diversity, Munich presents itself as the ideal city for international business students.
Home to renowned international companies such as BMW, Siemens, Allianz, Munich RE and FC Bayern München, Munich not only has a reputation for steady growth, but consistently ranks as one of the world‘s top cities in terms of quality of life and professional competitiveness. Having one of the lowest unemployment rates in Europe, and the lowest in Germany, abundant employment opportunities allow you to establish and continue your path in business in the economic heart of Bavaria. With the support of our administration, we help you find the right place for your strengths, talents & passion to build your future.
Today, modern Munich is a cosmopolitan economic hub known not only for the famous Oktoberfest, but for its cleanliness, safety, and unique combination of technology and tradition. As the third largest city in Germany, Munich is rich with political and cultural history, breathtaking architecture, fine art and music. You will find a charming view of the Alps, the sizeable Isar River flowing through city center and a vast number of parks and gardens making Munich one of Germany’s most visited and picturesque cities.
Playing host to a wide-variety of trade fairs and exhibitions, and being a short trek away from other European epicenters, such as Milan, Brussels, Zurich, Barcelona and Paris, you are open to explore some of the best sites and attractions Europe has to offer during your studies at New European College in Munich.
What can international students studying in Munich look forward to?
"Munich offers students a fascinating combination of the traditional Bavarian lifestyle, exemplified by the famous Oktoberfest, and a booming high-tech economy with the highest density of stock-noted companies in Germany. In 2018 Monocle Magazine named Munich ‘most liveable city’ in the world. It is home to global players like BMW, Allianz, Siemens and many more, as well as start-up companies, large corporations and small to medium-size enterprises.
"Thanks to the booming economy Munich has the lowest unemployment rate among all large German cities. 27% of its inhabitants are foreign nationals and contribute to Munich’s open and vibrant culture scene. As regards Munich’s parks, one of the world’s largest parks is literally less than 10-minutes' walk from the city centre, offering students the perfect work-study balance." Sascha Liebhardt, Chancellor, NEC Munich