Wittenborg lecturer, Dr Muhammad Ashfaq, recently participated in the 7th Global Forum on Islamic Finance organised by the COMSATS University Islamabad held at its Lahore campus in Pakistan.
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If you want to have a bigger voice in the national conversation on education, a master's degree in Education is one way to empower yourself. That was one of the messages at Wittenborg's recently held Symposium on its new MA in Education, which featured a host of inspiring speakers from the UK and the Netherlands.
Dr Jan-Albert Dop has been appointed as new Vice-President: Corporate Affairs at Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences.
Wittenborg has announced new roles for two of its senior lecturers, George Bosire and Adeyemi Banjo.
Sanne de Jong has been appointed as the new Student Career Counsellor and Alumni Office Manager at Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences. She will also be the facilitator between companies and students for internships.
Almost 30 MBA students from Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences were left in awe when they visited the Robotics Experience Centre (REC) in Almelo, in the Netherlands, this week as part of a Project Week company visit.
After two and a half years, the Robotics Experience Centre Testing Ground Project (RECap), of which Wittenborg was a proud partner, is nearing its end. Wittenborg's Quality Manager, Harry Maatjes, looks back on all that has been achieved.
Wittenborg's Business Development Advisor, Ben Prins, recently wrote an opinion piece on preparing for robotisation in the trade journal Vakblad Voedingsindustrie. He focused specifically on issues facing the food industry. Here follows an on excerpt from his article.
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.
Diverting from his usual academic writing style, Wittenborg's Head of the School of Business, Dr Rauf Abdul, has contributed to a newly published book of essays, detailing his journey from a schoolboy in Pakistan to a PhD in the Netherlands and what he learned on the way.