Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences is proud to announce that it will host the prestigious Hospitality and Tourism Educators Conference (EuroCHRIE) in 2021! Hundreds of delegates from around the world are expected to descend on Apeldoorn in the autumn of 2021, the Dutch city where Wittenborg is located.
Putting Apeldoorn’s beautiful, green zoo Apenheul in the spotlight, Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences’ bachelor's students did their Project Week activities entirely online for the first time. Apenheul, which houses 35 different species of primates, welcomes more than 500,000 visitors from all over the world annually, but is currently closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The new mayor of Apeldoorn, Ton Heerts, made a whirlwind visit to Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences on Friday where he took time to chat to international students and meet with the management. Wittenborg's main campus has been located in Apeldoorn since 2010 and maintaining good relations with the city has been one of its priorities over the past decade.
About 60 students from Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences visited the 5-star De Echoput Hotel & Restaurant located in the Het Loo Royal Estate's forest in Apeldoorn as part of the second Project Week company visit of the academic year.
When the weather is dreary outside, it can be challenging for an international student to find some fun activities to do in a small Dutch city like Apeldoorn where Wittenborg is located. MBA student and columnist, Hanna Abdelwahab, has some suggestions.
The Apeldoorn Business Awards evening 2018 were held yesterday at a packed out Orphuis Theatre in Apeldoorn. 7 companies were rewarded with the prize, and all runners up were praised for their business, their entrepreneurship and their leadership.
Students at Wittenborg University in Apeldoorn got to share their ideas about making the city more attractive in front of Apeldoorn city officials during the first Project Week of the new academic year. They were welcomed by city councilor Nathan Stukker.
This year's Drakenboot Festival in Apeldoorn, once again promises a big event with no less than Holland's biggest rock band, Kensington, taking part in the opening concert.