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Question:(Last edited: Thursday, 25 February 2021, 8:33 AM)
IND Registration: What is a V number and where can I find my V number?
The 10-digit V-number is indicated at the bottom of the residence permit. This number is after the letters VNR. Your V-number is also indicated on correspondence that you receive from the IND. You will only receive this number after your application has been approved by the visa department and is received by the IND.
The V-number is your unique IND registration number.
Note: You can find your V-number on the back of your residence card and on correspondence you may have received once your visa application has been approved by the IND.
Question:(Last edited: Tuesday, 11 August 2020, 2:51 PM)
Insurance Reimbursements: How can I get reimbursements from my insurance for my medical expenses?
International students have to pay for their medical bills before they can approach the insurance company for reimbursements. This means that for all medical appointments, students have to pay for it first, then, they can submit request for reimbursements (or claims) at the insurance company's website. Make sure you have the receipt for the payment of your medical bills. You may need to upload this receipt as proof of payment.
For AON insurance, paid bills can be reimbursed at the website: https://www.aonstudentinsurance.com/students/en/claims/.
Question:(Last edited: Monday, 8 March 2021, 6:02 PM)
Insurance: Does AON Complete+. cover mental health care?
The insurance covers a maximum. of 9 treatments per Insured year, provided the insured person has been referred by a qualified physician for treatment. Treatment is provided by a first-line Psychiatrist or Psychologist. The insurance provides cover for Psychotherapy if permission has been granted in advance by the Insurer. You will be informed about this by Aon.
Pre-existing conditions are also covered provided that the student is fit to study. If more treatments are necessary, permission for this must be requested from the Insurer in advance based on a treatment plan from the Insured Person’s practitioner. The Insurer’s Medical Adviser will assess the treatment plan and the Medical Need for further treatment.
Question:(Last edited: Wednesday, 26 August 2020, 3:29 PM)
Internship/Work Placement Duration: What is the minimum duration of an internship?
The EEG Part 7 Work Placement Handbook, page 3, mentions “The duration of the WP is minimum of 3 months full-time”. In EEG Part 7a Work Placement Handbook “In-Company Training takes at least 4 months full-time.”
Question:(Last edited: Tuesday, 13 October 2020, 5:59 PM)
Internship/Work Placement Waiver: Will my prior work experience be counted as an internship?
There are no exceptions offered by Wittenborg for the work placement. All regular students must fulfil the conditions of this module. All regular students will have to go through the assessment of this module (Weekly and Monthly Journals, Work Evaluation Report and Work Evaluation Report Oral Defence).
The Graduation and Examination Board recognises that students can ask at the entry of the programme to be deemed as having done the work placement module. This will only be considered if the following has been fulfilled:
1. The student has done a prior WP which had at least the same duration of a normal Wittenborg WP and was done not more than two years prior to the date of admission to the respective programme.
2. This prior WP has not been credited before, by another education institute.
3. The student is able to provide the WP Coordinator with:
4. The WP Coordinator will contact the company with regards to the recommendation letter.
5. If all conditions have been met, the WP Coordinator will formally recommend to the Graduation and Examination Board of the student’s request of compensating the WP duration period.
6. If approved, the student will need to write the Work Evaluation Report (WER) and defend it.
7. The final approval is given by the Graduation and Examination Board.
To start this process, you need to fill in this FORM. the link for the form is: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=yh8AaY_RGU2WLpSbUdTbiWxJ6X7XPuBJrlEkDjQgDONUNkgxVzBUVUdNSDk0SDNPQUVGMzlQT1hGQyQlQCN0PWcu
Question:(Last edited: Wednesday, 26 August 2020, 3:30 PM)
Internship/Work Placement: Can I get multiple full-time internships?
No. Only one internship counts towards your studies.
Question:(Last edited: Wednesday, 26 August 2020, 3:31 PM)
Internship/Work Placement: Can I work at Wittenborg as an intern?
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:(Last edited: Wednesday, 26 August 2020, 3:31 PM)
Internship/Work Placement: Do I have to study during an ongoing internship?
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.
It is advised to inform your process tutor in such cases, at all times.
Question:(Last edited: Wednesday, 26 August 2020, 3:32 PM)
Internship/Work Placement: Do I need to do an internship within a specific time?
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.
Question:(Last edited: Wednesday, 26 August 2020, 3:33 PM)
Internship/Work Placement: Do I need to inform the university if I want to apply for an internship?
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:(Last edited: Wednesday, 26 August 2020, 3:52 PM)
Internship/Work Placement: I am a Phase 1 student. When can I start with the internship (Work Placement)?
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:(Last edited: Friday, 12 August 2022, 3:02 PM)
Internship/Work Placement: I have received an internship offer from a company. What should I do now?
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or upload it together with the online Work Placement Request Form.
6. You may start your internship upon completion of the above steps.
Question:(Last edited: Wednesday, 26 August 2020, 3:38 PM)
Internship/Work Placement: Whom can I contact to discuss more about the HBA internship and job information?
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 email@example.com.
Question:(Last edited: Monday, 31 January 2022, 4:50 PM)
Introduction Days: Why should I attend the Introduction Days?
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.
Introduction day will end around 14:00.
Friday morning: For All Students
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.
If students have missed parts of the introduction day, catch-up may be done in Project Week.
Question:(Last edited: Friday, 5 March 2021, 2:03 PM)
Living Expenses: How can I receive the monthly living expenses initially paid along with the main invoice?
Step2: You open a bank account in the Netherlands.
Step3: You provide the Finance Department or Registry Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) your bank account number and the name in which the account was opened, on or before the 20th of the month.
expenses will be paid on the 1st of each month upon receiving the bank details
on time in the previous month. Delayed information will lead to a delay of
commencement of payment by one month.
Question:(Last edited: Friday, 5 March 2021, 2:05 PM)
Living Expenses: How much will I receive as monthly living expenses?
initial lump sum payment of living expenses will be paid in 12 equal monthly
installments. It is possible to receive up to a maximum of 3 months of living
expenses in the first installment upon your request based on the
start date of your degree program.
Question:(Last edited: Friday, 19 June 2020, 4:41 PM)
Living in the Netherlands: I will soon arrive in the Netherlands. Is it a safe country to live in?
Yes, the Netherlands is one of the safest countries to live in. You have to take certain precautions, i.e. do not leave your phone, suitcase, or wallet unattended. The city of
Apeldoorn in general is a very safe place to live.
Question:(Last edited: Wednesday, 13 October 2021, 9:32 AM)
Lost Items: I lost my personal items. What should I do now?
Please go to the city hall of the municipal area in which you found or lost the item, or refer to www.verlorenofgevonden.nl or www.ilost.co. You cannot go to the police for lost and found items. If you have lost one of your belongings, it is not possible to file a report.
Please click this link for more information: https://www.politie.nl/en/themes/lost-and-found.html
Question:(Last edited: Monday, 22 June 2020, 1:33 PM)
Module Enrolment: How can I know which modules to enrol in?
order to know the modules you have in each block, please check your study
Please refer to Part 3 of the EEG for the exact details of your modules.