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Question:(Last edited: Tuesday, 4 April 2023, 2:15 PM)
Academic Calendar: How can I find the academic year calendar?
All Academic year calendars are accessible via the link https://www.wittenborg.eu/downloads.htm. You will find it under the section ‘WUAS Year Planning’
You can also access it in the section 'Student Resources - General Information for all Students' on Wittenborg-online
Question:(Last edited: Monday, 27 September 2021, 4:09 PM)
Academic Supervisor: When/How can I request for an Academic Supervisor?
One of the fundamental purposes of the Graduation Assignment/Final Project is to ensure students carry out original applied research in a field that is related to their specialisation. This is done with the guidance of an academic supervisor, who is appointed in the final phase of a bachelor's degree programme, or from the first semester of the master's degree programme. Academic supervisors are always members of the academic staff at WUAS, appointed by the Graduation and Examination Board (GEB).
Academic supervisors will be allocated according to various criteria including their familiarity with the proposed topic, their knowledge of the relevant methodologies, their experience in conducting and supervising applied research projects and their workloads.
You can request an Academic Supervisor when you meet the following pre-requisites:
To request an Academic Supervisor, please complete the Online Academic Supervisor Request Form via the links below. You will receive a confirmation email approximately between 3-7 working days after submitting the form completely. Once an Academic Supervisor is assigned to you, please make contact with your Academic Supervisor by making an appointment using the Microsoft Office Calendar.
Bachelor Students: Academic Supervisor Request Form (Rene Rijnders, the Head of Academic Supervisor, Bachelor Programme)
Master students: Academic Supervisor Request Form (Dadi Chen, the Head of Academic Supervisor, Master Programme)
Question:(Last edited: Friday, 14 January 2022, 3:14 PM)
Account Access: Why can't I access my online student account?
Please note that we have activated Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) on all Wittenborg accounts. You have to login via text on your phone or Authenticator app. Please refer to the attached document on how to activate your MFA.
There are other possible reasons why you cannot access your account, besides the MFA activation. The 3 most common reasons are as follows:
Sometimes there are technical issues with your account. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Helpdesk to assist you further.
If any question remains, students can contact the front desk for support. This can be done either via an email to email@example.com or by phone: (088) 6672688.
Question:(Last edited: Tuesday, 4 April 2023, 3:14 PM)
Additional Modules: How can I register for additional modules other than my own specialisation?
You can register for modules other than your own specialisation, by following the same procedures as when you enrol for your own module; i.e. you need the enrolment key and to go to the respective areas. If you have trouble enrolling, please send a request to Helpdesk in order to get things sorted.
Question:(Last edited: Tuesday, 4 April 2023, 3:23 PM)
Apeldoorn Campus: How can I find the Wittenborg location in Apeldoorn?
Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences has its main campus in Apeldoorn, which consists of two separate buildings within walking distance from one another. Both locations share a central telephone number +31 (0)88 6672 688. Both Wittenborg campuses are conveniently accessible by public transport and are just 3-4 minutes walking distance from the Apeldoorn train and bus station.
The Brinklaan building
The Brinklaan building is just across the road from the Amaliapark and is accessible via foot, car, bike and public transport. The building is only a 15-minute stroll from Apeldoorn Central Train Station. It is recognisable by the large blue "Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences" sign on the front of the building.
The Spoorstraat building
The Spoorstraat building is located on the north side of the Apeldoorn Central Train Station and is about 3 minutes' walking distance. It can be recognised by the Wittenborg flags and the Wittenborg logo at the top of the building.
You can find some practical information guide from the link here.
Question:(Last edited: Wednesday, 9 February 2022, 11:54 AM)
Assignment Deadline: When is the deadline to submit my Type 2 Exams? What happens if I miss a deadline to upload an assignment on Turnitin?
The deadlines to upload assignments are clearly shown in the Module Guide, the Online Module course area and in the Turnitin submission page. The upload area is visible to everyone who is enrolled at the online module area of the course. Please take note that the responsibility of checking the assignment submission deadline lies on the student. So always check the Module Online Area.
You also need to consider the difference in the time zone that you are located in (for those who are not physically present in the Netherlands). Rules and regulations regarding deadlines to upload assignments at Turnitin are clearly indicated in the EEG guide of Wittenborg (Part 5 - General Assessment Policy).
Should you face any technical issues, you need to contact Helpdesk at least 30 minutes before the deadline with the assignment and screenshot(s) of the exact technical issue. Requests put after the deadline will not be attended to.
If you miss the deadline to upload an assignment on Turnitin, you will have to wait for the next retake opportunity.Retakes can only be done when a student has attempted the normal exam (1st attempt).
You are highly advised not to upload your assignment in the last minute.
Source: EEG Part 5 - General Assessment Policy
Question:(Last edited: Friday, 14 January 2022, 3:13 PM)
Assignment Submission: When can I submit my assignment?
The window period to upload assignments is open at least two weeks in advance of the due date. Avoid uploading your assignment at the last minute. Make sure to upload the assignment a day earlier to avoid complications such as technical glitches, lost internet connection, system overload etc. Submitting your assignment early also helps you to view your Similarity Index Report and ensure that the similarity index is below the 20% limit set by Wittenborg (Refer to EEG for more details). This allows you time to amend your assignment if necessary.
In case of technical issues, contact Helpdesk at least 30 minutes before the deadline, with the name of the module and screenshot(s) of the exact technical issue. Request put after the deadline will not be attended to.
Source: EEG Part 5 - General Assessment Policy
Question:(Last edited: Friday, 14 January 2022, 3:12 PM)
Assignment Submission: Will I get an extension in assignment submissions if the quality of Internet in my home country is poor?
There is no extension of deadline for submitting assignments online. It is the student's responsibility to submit the assignment on time. Many problems can surface at the last minute, such as technical glitches, failed internet connection, system or software failure etc.
It is better to upload your assignment one or two days before the deadline, so that in case you encounter technical problems, you have sufficient time to find alternative ways to submit your assignment. If the internet connection in your area is weak or unstable, it is best to find a library or a computer shop as an alternative.
If you are still not able to solve your technical issue, please contact Helpdesk at least 30 minutes before the deadline, with the name of the module assignment and screenshot(s) of the exact technical issue. Request put after the deadline will not be attended to.
Question:(Last edited: Friday, 26 August 2022, 8:40 PM)
Attendance: How do I know if module attendance is compulsory?
From academic year 2022-2023 (starting Monday, 29 August 2022), there is 75% obligatory class attendance for all modules for all programmes. Students will NOT be allowed to take the exams if they do not obtain 75% class attendance.
You can refer to the EEG Part 5: General Assessment Policy for more information.