News about education in the Netherlands
Tessa el Miligi, Graduate from the Visual Art variation of International Game Architecture and Design programme at NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences tells about her current job and its connection to Bachelor’s course she completed.
Stenden University of Applied Sciences is known for its international programmes in Hotel, Tourism, and Events Management. Stenden’s quality of education can be seen in the accounts given by various students, staff members, and employers of Stenden graduates, such as the two testimonials given below.
India is one of the top five non-EU countries that have shown a significant interest in having their students study in The Netherlands. Here is what some of students from this country had to say about their universities and programmes, including advices and tips for other interested students.
Alina Milovanova, a student from Russia, shares her experience about her study at the preparatory school in the Hague. After finishing of the English course she plans to study International Business and Management programme at the same university.
Upon completing the International Hotel Management programme at NHTV Breda University, graduates can find interesting job opportunities in their homeland or abroad. One of NHTV’s former students is currently working in New Zealand. He shares information about his position and his study experience at the university.
An international student, Grace Omondi, explains why she really enjoys her Master programme in International Communication (MIC) at Hanze University and tells what she likes most about it.
Besides the Master programme in International Leisure and Tourism Studies, Stenden University also offers a Master in International Service Management.
First 2 years of education students of Windesheim Honours College live and study together in the student residence, located in the historical centre of Zwolle. This unique feature significantly helps college students with housing and allows them to form an international learning community which can benefit them in the number of ways.
Many Brazilian students crossed the borders of their country this academic year in order to obtain new study experiences at foreign universities. One of them, Guido Guimbard, chose Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences for his abroad education, and became one of 350 student from Brazil who came to the Netherlands this year. Now, few weeks within his studies, Guido shares first experience about Wittenborg UAS, his course, and the city of Apeldoorn.
Monica Pranato, an Indonesian student at NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences, talks about studying International Game Architecture and Design at the Bachelor’s level, with her specialisation in Indie Game Development.