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Student from Germany, Elisabeth Epping, tells about her study at Twente University. She followed education on European Studies Bachelor Programme.

Student of MA in International Leisure and Tourism Studies Elena Starkova tells: whole day full of lectures from 8:30 up to 15:45. And you think I am tired? Not at all. I am more than excited and already thinking about my seminar on Friday.

Student of MA in International Leisure and Tourism Studies Elena Starkova tells: You arrived. New place, new friends, parties. School and studying is yet so far. But meanwhile you still have some time before classes start, so you’d better go trough some important formalities.

Student of MA in International Leisure and Tourism Studies Elena Starkova tells: I am Elena from Perm, Russia, a student at Stenden University. Classes haven’t started yet but I already feel myself as a part of the Stenden community. 

The semester is coming to an end and exchange students from across the globe are packing up and leaving Tilburg to return to their home countries.

Did you know that following the Logistics programme opens up such a wide scala of career possibilities? You can work in purchasing, production logistics, business organisation, and at many more positions.

In the welcoming speech at the start of the Masters programme of Public Policy and Human Development at the Maastricht Graduate School of Governance, Dutch student Mariska van Exel (who has lived abroad almost her entire life) heard that she would only have a weekend off between two blocks.

Evgenia Motchenkova has recently got a PhD degree at Tilburg universtity. At this moment she has a position of Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics of Free University Amsterdam.

Why does everything have to be in English these days?" "International? Me? I am just about ready to start living by myself," Anemone van Zijl (21) laughs. Last June she completed her Bachelors in Arts and Culture, with honours. Since September, she has been doing a two-year research Masters (CAST) at the same faculty.

Kit-Yee (Kitty) Man is a 5th-year master's student of International Economics and Finance at Tilburg University. In summer 2005, she participated in the Miss Hong Kong Beauty Pageant, was selected as a semi-finalist (top 10) in the competition and was voted 3rd by the public.