Wittenborg University Alumni

Female Talent at Wittenborg Spotted by International Company

Talk about top female talent! Not only is Wittenborg student Giti Irantaj about to complete her second master's degree, but she has already landed a cool job in Amsterdam with one of the world's most recognisable brands, Yamaha Motor - the Japanese company best known for manufacturing motorcycles. We caught up with her before she starts on her exciting new journey.

Wittenborg Alumnus Blooming in Dream Job

When MBA student Diah Syauqiresa graduated from Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences this summer, she had already found her dream job – as creative designer at a major, international flower retailer, Bloom On, in Amsterdam. Her strategy? To ensure the internship she applied for as a student has a high probability of turning into a permanent position later. And of course, working hard!

Restaurants in a Post-COVID-19 World – Perspectives from a Wittenborg MBA Graduate

Research has shown restaurant customers value authenticity over cleanliness, but what will that mean for a post-COVID-19 world, asks Wittenborg MBA graduate, Marius Zürcher, in an opinion piece written for Foodservice Consultants Society International (FCSI). It is based on an essay submitted as part of his MBA course "Critical Perspectives in Hospitality Management" at Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences. Zürcher is co-owner of 1520 - a company which offers marketing consulting services and advises restaurants on integrating vegetarian options in their existing menus.

Meeting up with Alumni in Vietnam

During the Christmas and New year break, WUAS directors Peter Birdsall and Maggie Feng met up with a group of Alumni in Hanoi, Vietnam. It was a special group, as they came from the so-called 'Class of '99' - the first international class at the faculty of economics of Saxion University of Applied Sciences in Deventer, and were joined by Wittenborg alumnus Tracy Choé, who graduated 13 years ago.

Wittenborg Alumnus Finalist in PIEoneer Awards

Wittenborg alumnus, Olumide Omotoso, was recently a finalist in the prestigious 2019 PIEoneer Awards, which took place in London, honouring his work with less privileged youngsters in Nigeria the past two years. Omotso was a finalist in the category International Alumni of the Year - representing Wittenborg as the only continental European institution in a list dominated by American and British institutions.