During this unprecedented and unstable time, getting an internship is almost always a challenge, especially for international students in the Netherlands. However, for Waleed Jawaid, an MBM student specialising in Digital Marketing & Communication at Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences, securing that opportune work placement was a lucky break. Jawaid, who is from Pakistan, has just landed an internship with Happy Printing, an online printing platform, which is based in the Netherlands but has franchises all over the world.
Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences has reopened all its campuses in the Netherlands and is restarting more activities on location. This week, we checked in with lecturer Natalia Leal who teaches Master in Business Management (MBM) modules. She holds a PhD in International Relations from the University of Kent and is passionate about empowering others while continuously searching for personal growth.
A new Master in Business Management programme (MBM) has been announced by Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences. Classes are due to start in September - unlike the classic MBA, students are not required to have work experience of at least 3 years.
Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences (WUAS) is a business and management school focused both on the development of young ambitious internationally minded undergraduate bachelor students from around the world, and also postgraduate students from around the world who are looking to improve their lives, income and futures by obtaining a Master or MBA in within a particular specialisation.