Wittenborg Students

"Life is Meant to Be Lived" - Never too late for newly enrolled MBA student Linda Harwood.

Linda Harwood is now studying at Wittenborg to complete an MBA in General Management at the age of 61 years young! She was born and raised in Western Australia and has not skipped a day ever since. Linda has a bachelor's and post-graduate degree in Accounting along with several business-related certificates.

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Culture is something Wittenborg encourages and is part of the university's DNA. Cultural diversity is embraced in everything the university stands for. Earlier this month, local high-school students visited the Wittenborg campus as part of their global citizenship program. During this visit Wittenborg staff prepared an engaging program, including presentations and interactive sessions to share the importance of and the values required for true cultural diversity.

Trip to Münster Gives MSc Students Insight into Managing a Sport Club

Ten master's students from Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences recently visited German city Münster where they got to watch a professional volleyball match between USC Münster and Nawaro Straubing, as well as gaining valuable insight into the management of a sport club and the organisation of an event of that magnitude.

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Female Entrepreneurs at Wittenborg

The role of women has evolved and equal gender rights are more important than ever. Female empowerment, unfortunately not yet globally but in progressive nations, is the norm rather than the exception. Wittenborg as a diverse and inclusive organisation is proud to see female students progress to become serious entrepreneurs. Here some of Wittenborg’s female entrepreneurs get a voice and the opportunity to share their journeys. More often than not, it is a journey full of joy, challenges and sacrifices, driven by a clear vision of achievement. 

Diabetes Does Not Stop International Student from Living a Full, Normal Life

Despite being diagnosed with Diabetes Type 1 as a boy, Indian student Chayan Taldar has not allowed this to stop him from studying abroad and living a full, normal life. "I want to show people that being diagnosed with diabetes does not mean your life is over. You can still enjoy all the things you want to and achieve all your goals.”