Making friends in a new country can sometimes be a challenge for international students, as a recent study in the Netherlands has proved. What can be done? MBA student Hanna Abdelwahab has some suggestions.
When problems unsettle your life, have you ever asked yourself: "Why is this happening to me?" Don't be so quick to bemoan your bad luck, argues MBA student, Hanna Abdelwahab. Sometimes personal growth and evolution requires change and hardship.
Awareness is the key to behaving ethically - whether you are a student, an employer, or an employee, argues MBA student Hanna Albdelwahab in her column this week.
An International university like Wittenborg sees many students travelling back to their home countries during school breaks. That said, packing your bags before heading to the airport is something that is practically unavoidable. For those students who are always well organised and well prepared, this article may not necessarily apply to you. But, if you are a student who often relates to the following terms: Procrastination, Instagram scrolling, Black Mirror & many more… than you will probably find yourself with little to no time left to pack your bags.
Having self confidence is not the same as having a big ego. And, if you don't keep the latter in check, it might ruin your career, writes MBA student Hanna Abdelwahab.
Many people know what IQ is, but do you know what EQ is? Emotional Quotient - which begs the question: Is IQ more important than EQ, or is it the other way around? What do they both entail?
Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences embraces internationalisation as one of its key values. With every intake, it manages to bring in students from a vast number of nationalities. That is something to be proud of since it has built its reputation on three cornerstones: Internationalisation, Diversity and Ethics.
Wittenborg's annual 'Project Week' excursion this year was held at the Open-Air Museum in Arnhem earlier this week. The Open-Air museum essentially demonstrates what it was like to live in the past. Students had a 90-minute guided tour followed by another 90 minutes of free time within the museum. The task at hand for the students was to identify and analyse the museum's market strategy, followed by how they can improve the museum's approach.
Many students find themselves in tricky situations and creating a budget is not as easy as it looks. Being on your own, you start to question: How did my parents do it, and how are other students managing?