Today, students are living at home for longer. However, despite the drop the housing shortage persists.
“We give students the (final) responsibility for the outcome. In return they have the freedom to plan their own processes.”
“During this project you get a taste of what it would be like to have a real job. Including some stressful days which is only to be expected.”
Furthermore, students are forced out of their comfort zones and have to work together under pressure, communicate, solve problems, be flexible and demonstrate their ability to adapt.
The four students get a good feeling when they reflect on this project. They showed that their studies at the university of applied sciences are also relevant for small business owners.
Money laundering on the internet. Cybercriminals keep finding more ingenious ways of remaining hidden from the investigative agencies.
Organisations and SMEs often don’t believe they will be the victim of a cyber crime. But are they right?
The Hague Summer School welcomed students from all over the world, to work on global challenges and at the same time explore the city.
5 tips to have a great introduction week
5 tips from Marketing student and surfer Pepijn Tigges