Wittenborg in the Heart of London from 2019

Wittenborg in the Heart of London from 2019

Wittenborg to Offer Range of Programmes at One of UK's most Renowned International Schools

From February 2019 top-up IBA students at Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences will have an additional option to spend part of their studies in the UK – right in the heart of London’s financial district.

Wittenborg has entered into an agreement with David Game College, an independent college based in Tower Hill, London. Top-up students refer to those who have had at least 3 years of previous higher education and only need to do one “final year” to get a Bachelor or for those seeking a second bachelor degree in a different field.

David Game College is one of the oldest and most renowned international schools in the UK. It attracts both British and international students who wish to complete a University Foundation programme as well as those who want to follow courses in English as Foreign Language . In addition they offer a number of other educational courses including A levels and GCSE’s and HND and BTEC.

This week Wittenborg CEO, Maggie Feng, and chair of the executive board, Peter Birdsall, signed a Memorandum of Agreement with the David Game College in London. Wittenborg already has close educational ties with the UK, through a long-term partnership with the University of Brighton. In fact, Brighton plans to launch a Doctoral College at Wittenborg University Apeldoorn later this year.

“Wittenborg will offer a full range of top-up BBA bachelors modules for students to follow either as separate blocks leading to a study abroad seminar, or possibly as a full top-up Bachelors Honors degree,” said Birdsall.

Wittenborg will offer modules from the final-year top-up programme in London in the following specialisations:

Wittenborg will work closely with the David Game College to deliver its programmes, and alongside its own students having the opportunity to study a semester in London, will also be open for students from around the world and the UK to experience a semester or two of 'StudyinHolland - in London'

WUP 18/7/2018

by Anesca Smith
©Wittenborg University Press

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