Eight out of nine nominations for students games at the Dutch Game Awards 2017 are for NHTV. The winners will be announced on 6 October.
The International Media and Entertainment Management (IMEM) programme is the first programme in the Netherlands that has been accredited by the European Association of Communications Agencies (EACA).
The results of the National Student Survey (NSE) 2017 have been published. NHTV received good scores on many aspects again.
As you might know NHTV exists 50 years. For this reason we are throwing a huge party! During the NHTV Festival Week we will invite different target groups to visit NHTV. You are invited for the Student party on 11 May.
As a student you are looking for pleasant, affordable and safe housing in the city you are studying in. This may sound simple, but things are different in practice. The student housing providers of Kences are doing something about this. Please help them by participating in the Housing Survey.
This week is the last chance to fill in the National Student Survey. Your opinion is very important to NHTV. By giving us your opinion, you help us further improve the quality of education.
With her thesis IMEM alumna Rebecca Hamers has won the Edcom thesis competition.
Travel industry association ANVR was granted the UNWTO award by the United Nations at the international tourism trade fair in Madrid on 18 January. It received the coveted ‘UNWTO Award for Innovation in Research and Technology’ for the Carmacal Calculator, an online calculator developed by NHTV.
On 19 January the National Student Survey 2017 (NSE) will start! The NSE is a national research, in which thousands of students give their opinion on their study programme.
NHTV students developed and executed several initiatives. In the morning of 24 December, a delegation of students and staff handed over two cheques to the DJs in the Glass House. One cheque of €13,313, raised by staff and student initiatives. And one of €92,507, raised by the Glass Restaurant, in which NHTV participated.