The Stichting Debbie Foundation was created in memory of Chinese Wittenborg student Debbie Kuang, something she asked for, and since 2012, Wittenborg has provided around three hundred thousand euro in scholarships to students from developing countries to study on its programmes.
Debbie Kuang Scholarship Fund
Invitation to join the 'Survivors Walk of Hope' - a walk in Vondel Park, Amsterdam, Sunday 26th June 2016.
Alderman Johan Kruithof, of the Apeldoorn Municipal Council, today officially unveiled Wittenborg’s Silver Jubilee banner at the University campus in Apeldoorn today. Wittenborg’s 25th anniversary was celebrated by staff and students with a festive launching of balloons and a glass of bubbly and was followed by a series of key guest lectures for first and second year students.
Wittenborg Funds are specially released to attract:
- Excellent international students (Non EU/EEA)
- Excellent home/EU/EEA students who are willing to join a degree course taught and examined in English
Professionalisation @ Wittenborg:
If you are selected for a Wittenborg Scholarship you will be expected to take part in projects to help professionalise Wittenborg University. You will also be asked to become a student rep and a buddy of new students.