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Student reviews for Windesheim University of Applied Sciences

Average rating 4.9

Based on 19 reviews

David
(5)
I am David, 4th year student from Germany. I came to Windesheim believing that the world needs a fundamental change. Our way of living and doing business does not only destroy our livelihoods but harms people every day. Therefore I looked for a study that doesn’t ignore this reality but has instead a focus on solving the underlying problems. At...
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Laura
(5)
I am Laura, 4th year student. During the 4 years that I have been studying at Windesheim, I have gained a lot of practical experience. Together with fellow students I have been working on 10 different projects for 10 different organisations, varying from one of the top-3 Dutch banks, a bike producer, a cookie factory and an amusement park. Worki...
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Sebastian
(5)
I am Sebastian, first year student. I’m half Swedish, quarter Guatemalan, and quarter Mexican. I started making music about five years ago now, and since the biggest EDM scene is in the Netherlands, I thought it would be perfect to come and study here. I would love to get inspiration to create more creative and impactful innovations for society....
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Lucy
(5)
I am Lucy, 4th year student. The lecturers of International Business are really supportive during your studies. They want to help you with assignments as well as with finding internships. Thanks to their practical experience in combination with their academic knowledge they truly make the subjects interesting. You can notice as a student that th...
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Xenia
(5)
My name is Xenia and I am a 4th year student from the Netherlands. I started this study programme because I wanted to fight for human rights. Now, three and a half years later, I've learned a lot more about the challenges we are facing and how to tackle them. Last year I had the opportunity to do a project about social inclusion in the Philippin...
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Veselin
(5)
I am Veselin, 1st year student from Bulgaria. I decided to study this programme for two reasons. First I checked the facts and I saw that this University is the number two in the Netherlands. And the other thing is the city: I like Zwolle, and the Windesheim campus. Classes are around 15 to 18 people which is very nice because the lecturer has...
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Lisa
(5)
4th year student Lisa is currently doing her elective in Rabat, Morocco. „I started at Windesheim Honours College because I wanted to learn how to use the profession of project management to create value for people and communities. Like everyone at Windesheim Honours College, I want to contribute to a just, equal and sustainable world. In our st...
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Carlijn
(5)
I am Carlijn, second year student. Around 4 years ago, I had a dream to start my own organization in Africa. To travel from village to village to provide clean water to people who need it. When I started studying at Windesheim I got interested and motivated to solve different global challenges. I believe and have faith in this quote from the doc...
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Berber
(5)
I am Berber, a 2nd year student. In the first year, living together with every one of my year made living on my own for the first time very easy. When I started, my main focus was on climate change. But over time I became very interested in education. Quality education in poorer areas is, in my opinion, a great way to reduce poverty. By providin...
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Marie
(5)
I am Marie, 2nd year student from Germany. I love studying at Windesheim because we don’t only learn about all the problems in the world but also how to solve them. Through the skills and the knowledge that we acquire here we will be able to set up our own projects or companies and make this world a better place. I really enjoy that in all the c...
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Marit
(5)
I am Marit, German 3rd year student. Windesheim gives me the opportunity to develop myself and to get an insight into various topics. Even though I still don’t know exactly in what work field I see myself in a few years, I am aware of what challenges our society is facing today. I am grateful that Windesheim is giving its students the feeling of...
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Nina
(5)
I am Nina, 4th year student from Germany. At Windesheim I mostly developed myself on a personal level. I could shape my values and found new interests. I changed my future plans for after Windesheim multiple times. Now I know I would like to work in the food industry. I have a passion for baking and would like to work on new, more sustainable an...
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Paul
(4)
I am Paul, German/Amercian 1st year student. I was born in America, then I moved to Australia with my family and a few years ago I moved to Germany. I found out about the program because I randomly went to a fair in Hamburg and walked up to the Windesheim stall. The recruiter asked what I was interested in. I said I was looking to work in non-pr...
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Quincy
(5)
My name is Quincy. I am a third year student and doing the Value Creator at the moment. For the Value creator my group and I choose the topic of gender equality, LGBTQ+ rights and feminism. In my hometown and during my youth I saw a lot of sexism and that feminism isn’t something that is taken seriously and rather seen as a joke. I was really in...
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Amber
(5)
My name is Amber. I choose to study International Business, because it’s a very broad study programme. The nice thing about that is that you can do just about anything you want after graduation. I also really liked the combination of languages, culture and business. It is just the programme you need if you want to look beyond your own country an...
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Bart
(5)
I studied International Business and after my graduation I started working at Atkins International B.V. This is the company behind the Atkins Diet, but also a producer of low-sugar and low-carbohydrate snacks under the brand name 'Atkins'. We sell these bars and shakes in supermarkets and drug stores in more than 50 countries worldwide, as well ...
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Luca
(5)
My name is Luca and I am a fourth year student of Global Project and Change Management (Sustainable Business and Innovations). My dream is to improve the world by changing the way businesses act and think and helping them transform traditional business models. I decided to do my internship at Kallari, a chocolate cooperative that is owned by 900...
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Max
(5)
My name is Max and I'm a fourth year student of Global Project and Change Management (Sustainable Business and Innovations). Last semester I worked for a Dutch Entrepreneur (Arthur) in Zwolle. As a German student I just finished my third year. The aim of my internship was to create a company, which offers healthy and local fast food. There are t...
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Suzanne
(5)
My name is Suzanne, a happy third year student of Global Project and Change Management (Sustainable Business and Innovations). It took me a while to get here: the last years of high school orienting, a gap year and some more orienting. But I chose this study because I want to give meaning to the things I do. I went to Ghana for my internship and...
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