Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences participates in many education fairs all-year round in many countries, but in the Netherlands as well. It is an excellent way to gain in-depth information about study programmes and application procedures.
Wittenborg's Prof Ron Tuninga, Vice-President of Academic Affairs, recently co-presented a seminar on AACSB standards and processes in Germany, together with Tim Mescon, Executive Vice-President of AACSB.
Months after Wittenborg urged the Dutch ministry of education to investigate how the University of Groningen (RUG) went about distinguishing between public and private funding to finance their failed venture in China, it has now come to light that Groningen went to great lengths to bypass a ministerial order that taxpayers’ money must not be used for the deal.
The 2018 National Student Survey results show that student satisfaction levels at Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences, and the Netherlands in general, remain high.
Nuffic's latest report on incoming student mobility in the Netherlands has highlighted the benefits of increased diversification in the international student population of the Netherlands.
The Netherlands has just completed a whole week of events to celebrate its international students. "The Week of the International Student' lasted from 13 – 17 November.