Wittenborg Graduates

Brazilian Graduate Lands Job at Top Agricultural Company

Doing his master's degree at Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences has given him a new appreciation of what cultural diversity really means, says Brazilian graduate Renan Roma. Before even graduating, he had found a job with one of the world's leading crop protection companies, ADAMA Nederland, and looks forward to learning as much as possible about his field of expertise.

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Joy and Gratitude at Wittenborg's 2019 Winter Graduation Ceremony

The latest group of Bachelor and Master students from Wittenborg University were elated when they received their diplomas at the 2019 Winter Graduation Ceremony on Friday. They were joined by the first group of teachers to receive their Post-Graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education.

Wittenborg Lecturers and Graduate Write Book on Corporate Sustainability

Four lecturers and one MBA graduate from Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences made contributions to a new book on corporate sustainability, which calls on businesses to ramp up their sustainable practices and capacities over and above what may have already been accomplished.

Wittenborg Graduate Inspired to Start own Social Enterprise

In an economy driven by capitalism, social enterprises are not the sort of businesses you often come across. However, Wittenborg Amsterdam Entrepreneurship graduate Lucas Molenkamp and his friend have differentiated themselves by launching a start-up business in the men's boxer shorts industry – a charitable business based on innovation.

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Wittenborg Amsterdam Business School Students also Graduate at University of Brighton!

Double degree programme in Business and Management received their UK Bachelor of Science degrees today at a ceremony in the Brighton Centre situated on the seafront in Brighton.

On another extremely sunny and warm day, the business school students from Amsterdam looked splendid in their ceremonial gowns as they crossed the stage to pick up their degrees after being congratulated by Prof Debra Humphris, Vice Chancellor of the University of Brighton.