Online Learning

Executive Unveils Detailed Plan for New Academic Year

A detailed plan mapping out the steps Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences will take in the next few months, as it prepares to start class-based teaching in the new academic year, has been presented by the Executive Board. It contains several COVID-19 prevention measures to ensure the continued safety of both students and staff, which include not having more students than possible in one class and running classes from morning to evening in the future.

On the Perks and Perils of Teaching Online

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.

Online Learning: A Chance to Prepare Ourselves for the Future

Like Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences, its partner in Munich, New European College, has transitioned to become a virtual campus (temporarily) and all lectures are being conducted online. Two of its students, Lovinder Singh from India and Alina Davydova from Russia, spoke to the news team via video about embracing change in uncertain situations and adapting to their new online environment.