Wittenborg CEO, Maggie Feng, was the guest on BNR Radio Talk Show "Groeihelden" this week where she talked about how the organisation maintains growth in a highly competitive education sector.
Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences will ask the Dutch Ministry of Education to exempt private institutions from proposed changes to the Higher Education Act, which will require them to maintain a strict policy justifying their choice to teach in English rather than Dutch.
During Wittenborg University of Applied Science's annual New Year Reception, Wittenborg's chair of the executive board, Peter Birdsall, gave an oversight of the past year's successes and what the focus will be in 2019.
A new slogan was unveiled for Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences this week at the first general staff meeting of the new academic year, along with details of the institution's short- and mid-term goals.
Dutch universities are expecting record numbers of international students when the new academic year starts in September, the Dutch financial daily Het Financieel Dagblad (FD) reported this week. The paper even talks of an “explosion” of first year students from abroad. Technical studies and International Business Administration (IBA) programmes in particular are proving popular.
Wittenborg aims to improve teaching quality by reducing class sizes after the summer holiday in September as student intakes grow.
Join Wittenborg's free football pool on 'de Voetbalpoules WK Pool 2018'. On this site you can predict the outcomes of the World Cup 2018.
With less than a week to go before the World Cup kicks off in Russia, Wittenborg has launched a football poll online for its students and staff to compete by predicting the scores and the winners.
Wittenborg's Spanish Language Teacher, Mariví Martínez Brocca, was inspired by the new approaches to foreign language teaching when she recently attended a range of conferences and workshops in Utrecht.
The management of Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences has written to the Dutch Ministry of Education to voice its dismay over the University of Groningen’s decision to abandon its plans to offer full degree programmes in China, noting the damage the decision has caused to the reputation of Dutch higher educati
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