Student Support

Agents & Representatives

Wittenborg Agent Representative Network

At Wittenborg, we believe in the power of personalised guidance and support for our students. That's why we work with a dedicated network of agent representatives who operate right in students' home country. Our agents play a pivotal role, offering valuable advice, counseling, and assistance to students, ensuring they make informed decisions every step of the way.

Wittenborg agent representatives have worked with us over the years to provide:

The Front Desks

Each Wittenborg location has a Front Desk service, although at the main campus in Apeldoorn there are two - one in each building - at Spoorstraat and in the Aventus building on Laan van Mensenrechten.

Careers Advice

Unlocking Career Potential: Opportunities for Graduates at Wittenborg

Wittenborg, with its strong academic reputation and strategic location in the Netherlands, offers a plethora of opportunities for graduates looking to launch their careers in this vibrant country. Renowned for its international approach to education and strong industry connections, Wittenborg is a stepping stone for students aiming to enter the Dutch job market.

Work in the Netherlands - Full and Part Time

Knowledge Migrants

The Netherlands supports Knowledge Migrants, which means you can combine your studies with paid work experience in both the Bachelor and MBA programmes.

Jobs and employment can be combined with study and graduates can even continue their job within their company as a knowledge migrant after their studies.

For those not currently employed, the MBA programme places students into a paid work placement.

Healthcare and Health Insurance in the Netherlands

The healthcare and welfare system in The Netherlands is the highest level in the world, and students studying here enjoy the benefits.

All Wittenborg students are fully insured from the start, and once they settle down, and find employment often choose their own health insurance from the enormous offers available,

Health insurance in The Netherlands was privatised some years ago, however is capped and controlled by the government so almost every insurance costs the same amount.