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Wittenborg CEO: What to Expect when Doing Business in China Now

Wittenborg CEO, Maggie Feng, recently took part in a webinar as one of three panellists advising Dutch entrepreneurs on what they can expect when doing business with China as the country has slowly started rebuilding its economy after its COVID-19 peak. The webinar was organised by Ondernemen 055 – a platform for entrepreneurs in Apeldoorn, the city where Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences is headquartered.

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Wittenborg Lecturer Highlights UAS' Role in Driving International Students to the Netherlands

The phenomenal growth of international students in the Netherlands and the role of universities of applied sciences in attracting them is highlighted by Wittenborg Amsterdam lecturer, Dr Dadi Chen, in an opinion piece he wrote for RNW Media’s Chinese website Helanonline. They cooperate with many Chinese news outlets, including Phenix Media in Hong Kong and KLM magazine.

Wittenborg Students Enriched after Shanghai Trip

How the ancient Chinese 'Art of War' relates to modern day business practices? This was one of the many lessons Wittenborg students learned on their recent trip to Shanghai.

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Visit to Neso China to discuss recruitment issues

Wittenborg directors Maggie Feng and Peter Birdsall visited the Netherlands Education Support Office (Neso) in Beijing (China) yesterday to discuss recruitment of Chinese students to Dutch universities of applied sciences, and in particular to Dutch research universities. Their meeting was hosted by Neso director Mr Charles Hoedt, who is currently leading the ‘study in Holland’ initiative in China.

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Ripple-effect of RUG's Failed China Deal

The management of WUAS has written to the Dutch Ministry of Education to voice its dismay over the University of Groningen’s decision to abandon its plans to offer full degree programmes in China, noting the damage the decision has caused to the reputation of Dutch higher education abroad, and specifically in China.