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.
Limited resources have been cited among the reasons for Nuffic's decision to close its NESO Thailand office at the end of the 2018. Wittenborg will attend the Dutch Placement Days in Bangkok on 15 November.
Wittenborg representatives spent a successful weekend at the Begin Undergrad Fair in Russia, talking to prospective students.
Over 70% of study abroad consultants and agents say that there is an increased interest in the Netherlands as a study destination, according to a Wittenborg University Press survey carried out during the 2018 ICEF Moscow Workshop held this week.
The management of Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences 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 educati
Wittenborg looks back at another successful workshop event at Neso Russia
On Tuesday Wittenborg director