Chinese student, Meng Fu, recently carried out research in Amsterdam on whether environmentally friendly hotels lead to happier guests.
How to convince millennials that climate is real and urgent? Play the MIT World Climate Change Game with them. Which is exactly what Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences did in the week before Christmas as part of their undergraduate students' final Project Week.
Wittenborg Amsterdam recently hosted the wildly popular Amsterdam Tech Job Fair, which brings together job-seekers and recruiters in the tech and business industry. Students from Wittenborg Amsterdam was also there.
Wittenborg students will now have the possibility to live the "American Dream" by completing 6 months to 1 year internship in the United States of America.
More than 40 international students represented Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences at the Buitngewoon Business event held in Apeldoorn recently. This is the first B2B event for entrepreneurs in the Stedendriehoek region, according to the organisers.
Sportswear brand Nike has been lauded far and wide for its recent social-conscious marketing choices, from the New York Times to the Australian Herald - which makes Wittenborg student, Tomi Oshin, even prouder to work as a sales advisor for Nike’s flagship Amsterdam store in the Kalverstraat. He believes he can learn a lot from their continual on-target marketing strategies.
She has modelled for international brands like Chanel and Adidas, graced the pages of fashion magazines like Vogue Italia and Harper Bazaar, now Chinese student Yudu Zeng, is doing an MSc in Sport Business Management at Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences.
While many Dutch universities are increasingly struggling to house incoming international students, no such problems exist at Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences, having recently added even more accommodation to its growing housing portfolio.
Packing up and moving to another country to study can be challenging for some students. There are so many lingering questions and uncertainties that influence the decision-making process when deciding on the best choice of institution or city. This is why Study in Holland, a platform designed to promote the Netherlands as an attractive study destination for prospective international students, has assigned "ambassadors", such as Wittenborg student Romeissa Laib, to promote studying in the Netherlands.
IBA (Top-up) Marketing & Communication student, Tulya Kavaklioglu, explains why studying at Wittenborg prepares her for a strategic approach in the field of marketing at her current internship at GenomeScan – a top Technical Center for Life Sciences in the Netherlands.