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Question:(Last edited: Tuesday, 14 July 2020, 10:03 AM)
EEG: What is the EEG and where can I find it?
The Education and Examination Guide (EEG) is the first thing you need to read before you start your classes. The EEG consists of all the crucial information you need for your studies, including handbooks on work placement, graduation assignment, academic writing, etc.
EEGs are available for each study programme and can be found in the online Moodle area (https://www.wittenborg-online.com).
Question:(Last edited: Monday, 13 July 2020, 10:15 AM)
EEG: Whom can I contact for clarifying doubts on the EEG?
If students have questions about a section in the EEG, they can contact their process tutor to guide them. Process tutors will be allocated by Wittenborg and during the Introduction Week, students will be informed on how to contact their process tutor, to make an appointment.
Before students arrive at Wittenborg, we recommend reading a few sections of the EEG to get an impression of the education system at our university. The following sections are recommended:
Question:(Last edited: Thursday, 18 June 2020, 9:02 AM)
Email Receipt: Where will I get the submission receipt?
An email receipt is sent to your Sfirstname.lastname@example.org account each time the assignment has been submitted on Turnitin. Should you provide any other email ID, it is wise to check the spam/junk folder.
Question:(Last edited: Thursday, 9 July 2020, 1:05 PM)
Emergency Contact: Where can I find important telephone numbers in case of emergencies?
You can find basic information about living in the Netherlands from Wittenborg-online, on your Dashboard under the title ‘Information for International Students in the Netherlands or through this link: https://www.wittenborg-online.com/enrol/index.php?id=1183
All information pertaining to your living in the Netherlands, from the time before your arrival to after you graduate can be found here. If you are staying at Wittenborg’s accommodation, the student housing information booklet placed inside your room and in the common area contains emergency numbers in case of urgent needs. This information can be found in the first page and contains numbers of Wittenborg Housing Department, Police, Fire Brigade and Hospital.
Generally, the Dutch emergency number for police, fire department and ambulance is 112. The Call Centre respondent will respond to the call and ask who you are, where the emergency takes place and what the emergency is. They will then send the right forces (police, ambulance or fire service) to the scene.
Note: Only call these numbers if the matter cannot wait another minute with the issue. The Netherlands has a strict policy on emergency numbers. It is considered a crime to unnecessarily call 112. They will charge the person who calls the emergency number for nothing.
someone needs the police for something else than an urgent crime, they can be
reached at 0900-8844. For minor
issues destined to be solved by the fire department, the phone number of the
Apeldoorn fire department is 055-548 3555.
In case of health issues, if one is not in immediate life danger, do not call 112. Call the Family doctor’s office and press 1 for emergency. They will tell you what to do next. If someone has a major health issue out of office hours, they can call the Apeldoorn Huisartsenpost. The telephone number is 0900 - 600 9000. They will give you instructions on what to do next.
Note: Do not go to the emergency room/hospital without calling the Huisartsenpost first. This will not be covered by the insurance and it will take a lot of time before they can help.
Question:(Last edited: Tuesday, 20 October 2020, 4:57 PM)
English Competency: How can I improve my English level for my study?
At Wittenborg, we have modules which help you develop your English Language competency. These are as follows:
Apart from the above, you can also do your own self-study through relevant reading materials or referring to English/Grammar/Vocabulary online sources. Try the following:
ii) Read this News article which gives suggestions on how you can improve your English
iii) Visit the website BBC: Go the Distance: Academic Writing
iv) Visit the website Harvard College Writing Centre: Strategies for Essay Writing
If you need further help, contact your English teacher or your process tutor/study advisor.
Question:(Last edited: Thursday, 18 June 2020, 9:03 AM)
Enrolled Programmes: How can I see the details of enrolled programmes on my results page?
This can be done by clicking the 'Personal details' option on the http://myresults.wittenborg.eu. The 'Personal details' option shows only your active programmes.
Question:(Last edited: Monday, 13 July 2020, 11:54 AM)
Enrolment in Modules: How should I know which modules to enrol in?
In order to know what modules you have to attend in each block please check your study programme curriculum. This can be found in your programme's Education and Examination Guide (EEG) online (Part 3)
Question:(Last edited: Monday, 14 September 2020, 10:55 PM)
Exam Registration: How do I register for the exams?
You are automatically registered for exams once you have enrolled for the modules.
Question:(Last edited: Tuesday, 14 July 2020, 9:33 AM)
Exam Results: I cannot see my exam results.
cannot find an exam result or grade, please contact Exam Results via this
email: email@example.com or contact your process tutor
for further assistance.
Question:(Last edited: Tuesday, 28 April 2020, 1:24 PM)
Exam Results: Where can I view my exam marks or results?
The exam results can be found in http://myresults.wittenborg.eu. Students can click on the 'Study Progress Review' by clicking on the 'Progress' tab.
Note: If results are missing on MyResults, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Question:(Last edited: Monday, 14 September 2020, 10:45 PM)
Exam Timetable: How can I access the examination timetable?
You need to login in the timetable, select your programme, then save timetable. Now, you can find your examination dates.
https://timetable.wittenborg.eu is the webpage that has all scheduled classes & exams for all programmes. You need to access it to find information on the scheduled class & exam location, date and time and lecturer details.
Question:(Last edited: Thursday, 29 October 2020, 12:07 PM)
Exam Type1: What are the new changes to exam type 1 in 2020-21?
Type 1 assessments are closed or open book examinations held in school under invigilation. After having experimented with online exam type 1 examinations, uploaded answers and the management of these during the retake weeks of block 8 (which were held at the end of August) we have identified various issues with organizing a traditional open book exam online.
Therefore, we have decided to implement the following for the complete academic year 2020-21:
Type 2 assignments have no changes to the standard assessment as described in the relevant EEG and module guides.
Question:(Last edited: Monday, 13 July 2020, 11:22 AM)
Examinations: How can I review Type 2 exams in blocks 6 and 7?
During the ongoing COVID-19 situation, the “traditional’’ written
exams (Type 1) have been replaced by assignments (Type 2). You will receive feedback and comments on your assignment from the module teacher in Turnitin, approximately two weeks after the deadline of the assignment.
Question:(Last edited: Tuesday, 14 July 2020, 9:43 AM)
Exams: Is there any difference between the Type 1 and Type 2 exams?
Type 1 exams are the written exams which are traditional classroom-based exams, where students are asked to answer several questions or analyse situations and cases in text form, without any study aids such as notes or textbooks. Written examinations are 3 hours unless otherwise indicated by the lecturer.
Type 2 exams are assignments completed individually or in groups.