Wittenborg's First-Batch MBM Student Secures Internship as Digital Growth Marketer

Wittenborg's First-Batch MBM Student Secures Internship as Digital Growth Marketer

Wittenborg's MBM Student Lands Internship with Global Company

https://www.wittenborg.eu/wittenborgs-first-batch-mbm-student-secures-internship-digital-growth-marketer.htm

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.

Hospitality and Tourism Conference Rescheduled Due to COVID-19

Hospitality and Tourism Conference Rescheduled Due to COVID-19

2021 EuroCHRIE Conference at Wittenborg Postponed until 2022

https://www.wittenborg.eu/hospitality-and-tourism-conference-rescheduled-due-covid-19.htm

Due to COVID-19 and the continued travel restrictions in many countries, the annual Hospitality and Tourism Educators Conference (EuroCHRIE), due to be held in Denmark next week, has been postponed until 2021. Consequently the 2021 conference, which was supposed to be hosted by Wittenborg University of Applied Science in Apeldoorn next year, has now been moved to 2022.

HE Institutions Set Goals to Eradicate Inequality

HE Institutions Set Goals to Eradicate Inequality

Wittenborg Pledges Commitment to Diversity along with Other Amsterdam Institutions

https://www.wittenborg.eu/he-institutions-set-goals-eradicate-inequality.htm

Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences, together with other institutions in Amsterdam, has pledged its commitment to ensuring higher education gets more inclusive, diverse and more societally engaged by signing the 'Education Agreement'. Wittenborg's Amsterdam campus is located in the southeast part of the city. The institutions that co-signed the pledge are the University of Amsterdam, Wittenborg, The Hague Hotel School, InHolland University of Applied Sciences, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, the Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Amsterdam Art University of Applied Sciences and the iPabo University of Applied Sciences.  

The Art of Managing Lions, Clowns and a Pandemic

The Art of Managing Lions, Clowns and a Pandemic

Project Week: Munich Students Look at How One Circus Survived COVID-19 while Another Went Bankrupt

https://www.wittenborg.eu/art-managing-lions-clowns-and-pandemic.htm

When the world's most famous circus, Cirque de Soleil, filed for bankruptcy in June after COVID-19 paralysed the entertainment industry, it was impossible to imagine other circuses would survive without audiences. Yet, German-based Circus Krone defied the odds in  ingenious ways that made international headlines. Students at Wittenborg's partner institute in Munich, New European College, studied the effect of COVID-19 on the circus entertainment industry as part of the first Project Week of the new academic year.

Taking Women to the Top

Taking Women to the Top

Wittenborg CEO, Maggie Feng, Joins other Female Leaders at Prestigious Board of Believers Event

Last Thursday, Wittenborg CEO Maggie Feng joined a select group of female leaders from across the Netherlands for the prestigious Board of Believers quarterly breakfast, hosted by BrandedU. Other guests hailed from companies as diverse as Walt Disney, Nike, L'Oreal, the Rijksmuseum, Heineken, Philips, ABN AMRO, Uber, Transavia and Corendon Hotels and Resorts. BrandedU is headed by Nancy Poleon who used to work as marketing manager for BMG in London to help artists such as Britney Spears, Alicia Keys and Pink. She used her expertise to establish BrandedU in 2014.

Experts from Government and Industry Brought in to Give Students a Helping Hands for Projects

Experts from Government and Industry Brought in to Give Students a Helping Hands for Projects

Wittenborg's First Real-Life Project of Year off to Great Start

https://www.wittenborg.eu/experts-government-and-industry-brought-give-students-helping-hands-projects.htm

The first real-life project of the new academic year officially started and is in full swing! With cities working towards being more diverse, bachelor's students have been tasked to compile an advisory for the city of Apeldoorn on how to attract international businesses and investors amid fierce competition from other cities in the Netherlands and abroad. They also put together an 8-page brochure on what makes the city such an attractive option for companies.

Apeldoorn Alderman says City Appreciates International Talent Wittenborg Brings in

Apeldoorn Alderman says City Appreciates International Talent Wittenborg Brings in

Apeldoorn Alderman says City Appreciates International Talent Wittenborg Brings in

https://www.wittenborg.eu/wittenborg-students-do-project-apeldoorns-ambitions-attract-international-investors.htm

Apeldoorn, the city where Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences has been located for the past 10 years, believes it has all the necessary ingredients and ambition to attract international investors and businesses without compromising its spot as "the green heart of the Netherlands". Alderman Jeroen Joon of the Apeldoorn City Council spoke to Wittenborg undergraduates about these ambitions as part of the first Project Week of the new academic year, which requires students to draw up an advisory for the city on how to lure international businesses to its location. Joon was interviewed by Wittenborg CEO Maggie Feng in an online video made accessible to students. 

Wittenborg Campus Opens Doors to Public for Open Monuments Day 2020

Wittenborg Campus Opens Doors to Public for Open Monuments Day 2020

Wittenborg Apeldoorn Campus Honours 100-Year-Old Building

Open Monuments Day Apeldoorn themed: 'Learning Monument' was held on 12 and 13 September, 2020. Each year, thousands of monuments open their doors to the public on Heritage Day. With approximately one million visitors in attendance, the BankGiro Loterij Open Monuments Day, a component of the European Heritage Days, is one of the biggest cultural events in the Netherlands and a platform to connect the populace with the country’s cultural heritage. On Open Monuments Day, local monuments are open to the public free of charge, generating public interest and increasing awareness and support for preservation. Many activities ranging from exhibitions to treasure hunts are organised to appeal to people of all ages.