Some Video Snapshots From Over the Years!

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Bowling Night 2023

During Wittenborg's Annual Bowling Night, members of the Wittenborg Family got to roll, strike and connect,
all while enjoying drinks & snacks. It wasn't just bowling - it was a celebration of friendships and good times!

Wittenborg's 35th Anniversary Gala

In 2022, Wittenborg celebrated three-and-a-half decades of internationalisation, diversity and inclusion at the Orpheus Theater in Apeldoorn. Attendees got a chance to catch up, enjoy snacks & drinks, and celebrate each other's cultures as part of the most international business school in the Netherlands.

Winter Graduation Ceremony 2023

In a truly global celebration, 63 graduates from 21 different countries proudly received their MBA, MSc, and BBA diplomas during the 4th block of the 2022/2023 academic year.

Summer Jam at Wittenborg

From upbeat dance moves to lively conversations and infectious laughter, every year, the Summer Jam is a blast for students and staff of Wittenborg! Hit play for a front-row seat to the ultimate Summer Jam.

Karaoke Night at Wittenborg

Tune in to the rhythm of Wittenborg's annual Karaoke Night, with music, fun and dancing. Didn't get the chance to stop by? Watch the video for a recap!

Job Fair Central Netherlands 2023

In June 2023, Wittenborg hosted the inaugural Job Fair Central Netherlands, an initiative launched by the Expat Centre. After an opening by the Mayor of Apeldoorn, Ton Heerts, jobseekers got acquainted with some amazing companies, while businesses got to introduce themselves to the professional talent that Apeldoorn has to offer!

Project Week 2023 - SDG 1: No Poverty

In line with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal #1 (‘No Poverty’), Wittenborg conducted its traditional end-of-year Project Week between 18 and 20 December 2023. With its kick-off at the famous Orpheus Theatre, the activity involved approximately 250 foundation, bachelor’s and master’s students, as well as various guest speakers from Wittenborg and other institutions. The students were divided into groups of five and were required to develop solutions for combatting poverty, presented in the form of posters.