The Startup Festival is organised for NHTV students who are thinking about starting their own startup, or for students who already own a startup. Tickets are free!
The Academy for Urban Development, Logistics and Mobility and Atlantis Games are going to work together on a project for the city of Schiedam.
On 10 November the first round of the Student Startup Award Brabant took place. Academy for Leisure alumni Bram Limberger became runner-up with his start up Ghost Tours. On 24 November the three remaining start-ups will compete for the Student Startup Award Brabant.
The promo video gives you a better idea of what the honours track in entrepreneurship is about. In the video, students who followed the track last academic year share their experiences.
Tell these students to apply for the NHTV honours track in entrepreneurship! They might just get selected into the group of 20 students who receive coaching for 2 years in creating their own startups. The honours track will start in November.
If so, you might want to apply for the NHTV honours track in entrepreneurship and stand a chance of getting selected as one of the 20 students who receive coaching for 2 years in creating their own startups. The track will start in November. Would you like to be among this group of NHTV students? Please register via the link below.
JAM@NHTV, the new employment agency of NHTV, has only been online for two weeks, but the amount of interest and requests is overwhelming. The agency has received a lot of positive feedback from multiple companies and student subscriptions are coming in steadily.
In the first week of June, Atlantis Games showed its games at several meetings to interested parties.
On Thursday 26 May fourth-year student from the Academy for Tourism, Julie Roggeveen, won the third edition of the NHTV Entrepreneurship Award contest, in the category ‘best startup’, with her company StoryTravel.
At the fresh fruit bar you can buy healthy and nutritious juice. This is part of an Entrepreneurship free elective, and this day is used to assess the impact and the responses of students to this new concept.