Category: Campus Amsterdam

Extra-curricular activities Spring Quarter

Throughout the spring quarter several extra-curricular activities were organized throughout our campus network. Together with local Academic Coordinator and Professor Lorenza Caenazzo, students from the Zurich campus went to the local Coca Cola plant in Dietlikon, located right outside the city. Students received a short informative seminar about Coca Cola’s history as well as an

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Global study trip trip to Tokyo, Japan for students from all campuses

Joined by local Campus Coordinator Mrs. Yuki Kawano and Marketing Director Ms. Stephanie Kirschstein, several Undergraduate and Graduate students from across the campus network gathered in Tokyo to participate in our annual global study trip. Students participated in several company visits, one of which took place at the Ishikawa Sake Brewery. Students received a factory

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Extra-curricular activities Winter quarter

During the winter quarter students from the Madrid campus visited IVECO, an Italian industrial group headquartered in Turin, Italy, that designs, builds and manufactures commercial and special vehicles used for firefighting and cross-country missions for military and civil defense. The visit began with an introduction presentation where they gave our students an introduction of the

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NRTO keurmerk

UIBS campus in Amsterdam obtains NRTO quality label

We are proud to announce that our extension campus in Amsterdam was recently awarded the NRTO quality label, or “NRTO Keurmerk” as it is called in Dutch. The label is an independent quality recognition for private educators, and is based on transparency of products and services, quality and professionalism of service, quality of staff and

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Extra-curricular activities Fall quarter

Students from our Antwerp and Brussels campuses were guided to the well-known local “De Koninck” brewery in Antwerp by our local Campus Coordinator Linda Wyninckx. The brewery is the last one located in the heart of the city and has existed since 1833. Students toured the brewery and saw the different theme rooms that showcase

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Madrid campus moves to new location

We are happy to announce that since July 2016, all courses at our new Main Campus in Madrid (formerly designated as a Satellite Campus) are taking place at a new location. After 7 years at our location in the Regus Business Center on Carrera de San Jeronimo, with a continuously growing number of students, the time

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UIBS campuses in Zurich and Lausanne recertified by EduQua

The United International Business Schools organization (UIBS) is proud to have been recertified by the Swiss EduQua label for its higher education and career development services offered at its Main Campus in Zurich and Extension Campus in Lausanne, Switzerland. The evaluation visit took place during the Spring Quarter of the 2015 – 2016 academic year. The

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Spring Extra-curricular activities

Throughout the spring quarter several extra-curricular activities were organized throughout our campus network. During the undergraduate Destination Management course, taught by Professor Edgar Barroso at our campus in Madrid, students had the pleasure of receiving guest speaker Diego Sáinz, Director of Kora Trek, a travel agency that specializes in adventure travel and expeditions. On a

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Global study trip to New York for students from all campuses

Several Undergraduate and Graduate students from all campuses recently returned from their week-long global study trip to New York. Students were met by Marketing Director, Stephanie Kirschstein. During the trip students went to visit Siegel and Gale, a global brand strategy and design firm that developed the well-known NBA logo. Students also had the chance

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Campus Amsterdam welcomed as NRTO member

Our campus in Amsterdam recently became a member of the “Nederlandse Raad voor Taining en Opleiding” (NRTO), the Dutch branch association for training and education, and confirms its dedication to the association’s code of conduct and its compliance with the association’s terms and conditions. “We are glad to have been accepted as a member of

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