Ten students from diverse backgrounds have been elected as Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences new Student Representatives. They started their year-long tenure this month. The group encompasses a diversity of nationalities and cultures, both master's and bachelor's students, representing students from both Wittenborg's main campus in Apeldoorn and Wittenborg Amsterdam.
It is with great pleasure to announce that Wittenborg’s student representatives have completed their report and handed it in to the Executives. The official report is filled with many of Wittenborg students’ ideas and suggestions to improve our institution as a whole. The report was physically disposed by Student Rep President Matthew Skelhorne and soon-to-be MBA graduate Maike Nuyken.
They were elected in December, but on Friday Wittenborg's new group of Student Representatives met for the first time with the chair of the Executive Board, Peter Birdsall, to exchange ideas about improving the student experience at Wittenborg.
Fifteen students from Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences have recently been elected as student representatives. Here they give an overview of what they would like to achieve during their tenures.
Today, the Wittenborg Student Society (known as SWIFT) organized a cultural event at a local bar, in Apeldoorn. Students brought traditional (from their own cultures) home-cooked food and some even dressed in their own traditional dress.