Change of management at Healthcare and Social Work

Three study programme managers have to be replaced After a study programme manager was relieved from his function, two other study programme managers decided that they did not want to continue their current function. The merger process of t ...

‘They came to diagnosis Malaria…’

  Windesheim student Jurriaan Peters (23) is in Uganda and Hong Kong for his study programme Global project & change management. He is reporting to the win’ about his experiences abroad. My last weeks in Uganda have been amazing. I’ve g ...

‘Let’s have a party!’

Journalism student Bram organizes a Top 2000-café in Het Vliegende Paard A music quiz, guilty pleasures, great stories and, of course, lots of good music. Student and music lover Bram van Kolfschooten will be turning Het Vliegende Paard int ...

Workload continues to be a problem

Research on work experience contains a few surprises Internal communication and workload remains a concern Mainly senior lecturers and lectors are unsatisfied The score of 7.5 on ‘satisfaction’ wasn’t bad and in comparison to previous years ...

Second English based study programme

International Business and Languages will become more international. The study programme International Business and Languages gets a makeover. It will become the second English based bachelor programme of Windesheim. Until now Global Projec ...

‘Driving in Uganda is a challenge’

Windesheim student Jurriaan Peters (23) is in Uganda for his internship, aiming to help increase food security in rural Uganda. He is reporting to the win’ about his experiences abroad. It has been already over a month that I’m in Uganda! W ...

On to Hollywood

Student Rayn creates films for major companies Over the course of a couple of years, Entrepreneurship student Rayn Berkhout has founded and set up a successful film company. He creates commercials and videos for huge names and brands such a ...

More often early and late classes

The courses will schedule more classes at the ‘edges of the day’ coming semester. This is a consequence of the shortage of classrooms due to the closing of the X building. The management of the Zwolse education domains wrote about this to t ...

‘Communication shouldn’t control everything’

The M&C department has to reform and make cuts Interim manager Monique Jipping: ‘’monitoring isn’t a goal of a communication organisation’’. Websites and Sharenet will be ‘opened’ for employees. A new vision, based on a new philosophy. ...

‘You won’t be bored on a Boda boda’

Windesheim student Jurriaan Peters (23) is in Uganda for his internship, aiming to help increase food security in rural Uganda. He is reporting to the win’ about his experiences abroad. On the 1st of November my great adventure started. Thi ...

‘X is not on the verge of collapsing’

And suddenly no one is allowed to go inside. The X building, the showpiece of Windesheim, turns out to be unsafe. After a parking garage collapsed in Eindhoven last spring, suspicion rose that it was caused by inferior construction technolo ...

Playing football with a motoric disorder

Jeroen’s arms, legs and ears don’t do what he wants them to do Student Jeroen Duin has cerebral palsy (CP), a disability that causes him to have difficulties with daily proceedings. This leads to difficult situations, but it also has a brig ...

Executive board offers room for experiments

Three million euros available for best proposals First ‘exploration teams’ have presented their findings in ‘topatelier’. Employees were able to pitch ideas for experiments last Wednesday. The Strategic Course (also known as the institution ...

‘We were invited to try Ugandan rum’

Windesheim student Jurriaan Peters (23) is in Uganda for his internship, aiming to help increase food security in rural Uganda. He is reporting to the win’ about his experiences abroad. This year is going to be the most exciting one in my s ...

Second in the Selection Guide

Journalism gets a score of 4.6 Windesheim gets the second place in the Selection Guide HBO. The new educational concept seems to be the reason for the bad scores in some study programmes. For the third year in a row, Windesheim reached a se ...

‘I am not a victim’

Student Linde helps others as ‘experience expert’ When Linde Bijkerk was eighteen she was confronted with sexual abuse. She decided to turn this terrible incident into something she could help others with. She does this via a pr ...

‘Broad debate will be lost’

Budget cuts threatening ‘Windesheim in Dialoog’ No forced layoffs, but there is uncertainty about the future of ‘7 voor 1’ and ‘Dialoogtafel’ Francien Lange: ‘We should want to be of service to those students who want that little bit extra’ ...

‘Women are just as good’

Women’s football is unstoppable Millions of viewers witnessed how the Orange lionesses became European champion. Student of the Teacher Education in Physical Education (CALO) Esmee de Graaf plays for PEC Zwolle and also notices that the num ...

Flying start flex studying

Expansion experiment due to large amount of applicants. This year 75 spots for flex students, in two years’ time probably 500. Several study programmes are divided. Coordinator Viola van Drogen: ‘I find that unfortunate.’ The nationwide exp ...

Human Movement & Education back on track

Division has rounded off the strategic shrinkage plan Research brought back to one research centre for which employees are brought in on loan Director Bert Meijer: ‘our financial situation is good. The influx looks positive.’ It has already ...