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Question:

Internship/Work Placement: Can I get multiple full-time internships?

(Last edited: Wednesday, 26 August 2020, 3:30 PM)
Answer:

No. Only one internship counts towards your studies.


Question:

Internship/Work Placement: Can I take up internship in any province of the Netherlands?

(Last edited: Wednesday, 26 August 2020, 3:42 PM)
Answer:

Yes. You can.


Question:

Internship/Work Placement: Can I undertake an internship in my home country?

(Last edited: Wednesday, 26 August 2020, 3:30 PM)
Answer:

While the university guidelines do not allow you to go back to your home country to do an internship, an individual mitigating circumstance request could be considered, though it is not encouraged.


Question:

Internship/Work Placement: Can I work at Wittenborg as an intern?

(Last edited: Wednesday, 26 August 2020, 3:31 PM)
Answer:

Wittenborg has rolling internship positions available for its students. You must check WittenborgConnect and Wittenborg student and staff facebook group to check for any open internship positions.


Question:

Internship/Work Placement: Do I have to study during an ongoing internship?

(Last edited: Wednesday, 26 August 2020, 3:31 PM)
Answer:

No, you don’t need to study, but you can plan school activities during the internship, which needs to be communicated clearly with the university and company of your ongoing internship.

Note:

It is advised to inform your process tutor in such cases, at all times.


Question:

Internship/Work Placement: Do I need to do an internship within a specific time?

(Last edited: Wednesday, 26 August 2020, 3:32 PM)
Answer:

No, but you are advised to discuss your study plan with your Process Tutor. Take note that delaying your internship means delaying your graduation, which could mean that you may need to pay extra tuition fees. The internship is a compulsory module and if it is not completed, you will not be allowed to complete your final thesis.


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Internship/Work Placement: Do I need to inform the university if I want to apply for an internship?

(Last edited: Wednesday, 26 August 2020, 3:33 PM)
Answer:

Yes. Your internship will officially and legally start only if you have completed the application procedure and it has been agreed and signed by the university.


Question:

Internship/Work Placement: I am a Phase 1 student. When can I start with the internship (Work Placement)?

(Last edited: Wednesday, 26 August 2020, 3:52 PM)
Answer:

For a Bachelor's student, to be eligible for Internship/Work Placement (WP), he/she must satisfy the following requirements:

1. Have passed PDP1 (Personal Development Programme) in Phase (Year) 1 and PDP2 (in Phase (Year) 2.

3. Have obtained a minimum of 160 EC (European Credits) or completed Phases (Year) 1 and 2 of the Bachelor's Programme in full OR

4. Have obtained 80 EC for EBA (Entrepreneurial Business Administration) double-degree programme.



Question:

Internship/Work Placement: I can register for internship during study or is it possible even after study?

(Last edited: Wednesday, 26 August 2020, 3:36 PM)
Answer:

A student is allowed to register for internship only when he/she is still registered at the university. This internship or work placement is one of the compulsory modules that student needs to pass before working on the final thesis. Therefore, one can do the internship only during the study and not afterwards.


Question:

Internship/Work Placement: I have received an internship offer from a company. What should I do now?

(Last edited: Wednesday, 26 August 2020, 3:36 PM)
Answer:

As soon as you have received an offer of internship from an employer, you have to complete the following process:
1. Get a signed internship contract from the employer.
2. Register for the work placement module using the enrolment key.
3. Complete and submit the online Work Placement Request form via the link below:
You also need to upload several documents together with the form.
4. A downloadable Nuffic agreement template is attached. The form must be filled and signed by you and your employer.
5. Submit the original Nuffic agreement hard copy to External Relations, or digitally via email to externalrelations@wittenborg.eu or upload it together with the online Work Placement Request Form.
6. You may start your internship upon completion of the above steps.

Note:
You are not allowed to start your internship without the signed Nuffic agreement. Any work hours prior to the signed Nuffic agreement will not count for the hours necessary to fulfil this work placement module.
More importantly working without a signed Nuffic agreement or a work permit is considered illegal in the Netherlands. Wittenborg will not be responsible for any legal issues arising in this case.


Question:

Internship/Work Placement: Internship cannot be found due to COVID-19. Can I take modules to replace it?

(Last edited: Tuesday, 28 July 2020, 9:27 AM)
Answer:

Please complete the form via the link below. One of the External Relations & Work Placement team members will provide you with advice by email within 3 working days.

https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=yh8AaY_RGU2WLpSbUdTbiWxJ6X7XPuBJrlEkDjQgDONUMkI2N0FRRUxHTVJPMFJFQUpJOE45UVFTWiQlQCN0PWcu

 



Question:

Internship/Work Placement: My company has terminated my work contract due to the ongoing coronavirus. Do I need to start a new work placement?

(Last edited: Wednesday, 26 August 2020, 3:55 PM)
Answer:

Please fill in this FORM. One of the External Relations & Work Placement team members will provide you with advice by email within 3 working days.



Question:

Internship/Work Placement: Where can I find Work Placement Supervisor evaluation form?

(Last edited: Tuesday, 25 August 2020, 7:03 AM)
Answer:

You can find the Supervisor Evaluation Form HERE. It is student's responsibility to make sure that his/her supervisor fill in the form at the end of the internship/work placement. The Supervisor Evaluation Form must be attached together with your Work Evaluation Report.


Question:

Internship/Work Placement: Whom can I contact to discuss more about the HBA internship and job information?

(Last edited: Wednesday, 26 August 2020, 3:38 PM)
Answer:

All information regarding Internship/Work Placement is in the EEG part 7. It clearly details all the necessary steps involved from before the internship starts until the completion of the internship. All requirements must be fulfilled before you can start the internship. If after reading the EEG you still have any doubts, you can contact your Process Tutor or the External Relations & WP team at externalrelations@wittenborg.eu. 


Question:

Internships in Holidays: Can I apply for internship during the summer holidays?

(Last edited: Thursday, 4 June 2020, 1:44 PM)
Answer:

Yes, you can apply for internship or work during summer holidays. However, please notice that the administrative process might be slower than usual during the holiday period.



Question:

Internships: Can I register for internships even after completing my studies?

(Last edited: Friday, 19 June 2020, 4:24 PM)
Answer:

Internships are only possible and allowed while you are still registered at the university. You can do your internship only during your study and not after the completion of your studies.

 



Question:

Internships: Do I need to inform the university before applying for an internship?

(Last edited: Friday, 19 June 2020, 4:25 PM)
Answer:

Your internship will officially and legally begin only if you have completed the application procedure which should be agreed and signed by the university.

Note:

As a first step, begin by contacting your process tutor to discuss about the internship opportunities that you may come across.


Question:

Internships: Where can I connect with others to look for internship opportunities?

(Last edited: Thursday, 4 June 2020, 2:39 PM)
Answer:

You can register via WittenborgConnect first after the introduction session. This platform includes current students and alumni. The job/internship vacancies are posted here regularly.


Question:

Intranet: How can I start using the university Intranet?

(Last edited: Monday, 13 July 2020, 11:28 AM)
Answer:

You can login with your username and password provided by the Administration Office. You will then be asked to edit your profile, which happens only one time. After you have logged in for the first time, the Webmaster will add your account under 'Students'. Students will be placed in their relevant classes.

Sign-in in Office 365 System

With your student number and password login combination, you can login to the 365 Office Exchange Email and Exchange System.

Assignments online

Intranet is used more and more by Wittenborg to allow students to upload their assignments. The intranet enables students and their teachers to keep an accurate record of progress and to communicate with each other about students’ studies.


Question:

Introduction Days: Why should I attend the Introduction Days?

(Last edited: Tuesday, 14 July 2020, 10:13 AM)
Answer:

Wittenborg offers students an introduction day to make sure students have all the information and documents they need to start their education at the university.

Introduction Week consists of three parts.

Wednesday: For International Students

International students will receive all information and documentation regarding registration in the Netherlands. The Wittenborg Front Desk will also provide information about living in the city, and all legal registration information. On this day, there is an ICT session for all new students to learn how to use Online area and know about their specialisation and modules. This is a very important session and students should not miss it.

Thursday: General Introduction Day

The general introduction is mandatory for all students of Wittenborg. Front Desk will collect the names of all students for attendance. They will also explain what can be expected on the day. On the introduction day there will also be a lunch arranged with pictures.

MBA students will also have the opportunity for book pick up. 

Introduction day will end around 14:00.

Friday morningFor IBA Students

IBA students will have two sessions: academic English and Harvard referencing. The English writing diagnostic test will also take place on Friday of the introduction week. IBA students will also have the opportunity for book pick up. 

Note: 

If students have missed parts of the introduction day, catch-up may be done in Project Week.




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