As lecturers and other employees are busy ‘workshopping’ in Het Kasteel (the Sparta Stadion), students Christian (IBMS, from England) and Leo (IBL, from Sweden) catch us up.
Karishma Koellin is Miss Charity 2017, a sub-category of the Netherlands Miss Indian Beauty competition. Apart from a sash and a crown, the title comes with a working trip to India and the responsibility to work for charities.
It is well known that the expansion of the Kralingse Zoom location should be ready at the end of the summer. This leads to the move of study programmes, which consequently leads to other shifts. And then we haven’t…
Larissa (half-Italian, half-English), Razvan (Romania), Jason (Ireland) and Sophie (Germany), students of international business and languages, are talking with teacher Magali Schuurman-Théfaine at the local Brascafé at the Kralingse Zoom location. Today they organised the French Day.
The transport policy of the Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences (Hogeschool Rotterdam – HR) will be reconsidered. Parking will have to be paid for. However, bicycle facilities will be expanded.
Students of the Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences (Hogeschool Rotterdam – HR) and the Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) live, work and study alongside each other throughout Rotterdam, but to what extent do they actually live together?
Custom suit tailor Critisized has signed a deal with RISA, the international student association associated with RBS. For just 300 euros, students and lecturers can get a bespoke suit and shirt from the former student business.
For the past 18 months, Bero Beyer has been the managing and artistic director of the International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR). What can we expect of this former student of the Willem de Kooning Academy?
Carole Westerkamp, lecturer in English and Business Communication at the Rotterdam Business School (RBS), is a fan of languages. She speaks 10 languages fluently and several more very well, and is a member of the Polyglot Club, an international…