The Master in Imagineering is back with its Open Your Mind sessions. The first session, themed ‘Inspiration’, will take place on 15 November.
From 1 November onwards smoking at the entrance of the A-building at the Archimedesstraat is no longer allowed.
As from 1 October, you will have to pay for parking in Archimedesstraat. The car park of AfL will continue to be free of charge, of course.
This week in #NHTVstories: Leisure Management student Kjell. He dreams of becoming a big name in the events industry and uses NHTV as his stepping stone.
This Saturday, Margreet Toonen was interviewed about ‘glamping’ in Dutch daily newspaper ‘de Volkskrant’. In daily newspaper ‘Trouw’, Marco van Leeuwen discussed the trend of older children joining their parents on holiday trips.
Every year, the international propaedeutic year in Tourism and Leisure Management visits an Eastern European country. In May 2016, a group of about 140 students and eight lecturers embarked on a journey to discover Macedonia and Albania, “the last secret of Europe”.
In cooperation with IAAPA (International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions), NHTV organised a five-day leadership training course for managers and CEOs of amusement parks in Europe and the Middle East. Participants, trainers and organisers look back on a successful first edition of this course.
Goof Lukken wrote an opinion article about Amsterdam for Dutch newspaper ‘Het Parool’. Arend Hardorff was interviewed by the same newspaper about festivals, and Albert van Schendel spoke to ‘RTL Z’ about food trucks.
In 2016 ABN AMRO is expecting a rise in visitor numbers for theme parks and zoos. Turnover will increase by an average of 3 percent. In light of these developments ABN AMRO interviewed Arend Hardorff, director of the Academy for Leisure.
The International Association for Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) has developed a new professional learning programme together with experts from the Academy for Leisure.