Logistics student Bokang Lemaoana is one of the 200 young South Africans in the yearly list of the Mail & Guardian. He is one of the nineteen persons in the category Business & Entrepreneurship.
urban development, logistics & mobility
The Virtual Reality Cycle Simulator (Cyclespex), developed by NHTV, is one of the winners of the European Transport Innovation Challenge 2017. They received this during the Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) Congress in Strasbourg.
Sixteen first-year students of International Spatial Development (Built Environment) put up a fantastic performance and made an excellent contribution at the ECOMM congress (annual EU congress on mobility management).
Hein van Oorschot signed an agreement with the Middle East College about rolling out a logistics bachelor’s programme there.
The Academy for Urban Development, Logistics and Mobility will be cooperating more closely with Samsung and DB Schenker.
The Academy for Urban Development, Logistics and Mobility and Atlantis Games are going to work together on a project for the city of Schiedam.
In corporation with the Municipality of Breda, fourth-year students from the Academy for Urban Development, Logistics and Mobility organised six guerilla actions. They did this in preparation of an international assignment.
At the exhibition Logistiek & ICT 2016 5 nominees for ‘Logistiek Talent van Jaar 2016’ have been presented. Two nominees are alumni of the Academy for Urban Development Logistics & Mobility: Fleur Straathof and Ardo Groeneveld.
The Academy for Urban Development, Logistics and Mobility organises the first meeting for students logistics regarding trends in logistics and the impact on family runned companies.
This academic year we have welcomed 19 students from South Africa at the Academy for Urban Development, Logistics and Mobility. These students have received a fully funded scholarship to study Logistics and Economics or Logistics Engineering at NHTV. Read about their first experiences in the Netherlands.