An interview with Michelle Fleermann
Michelle Fleermann from Germany follows a master’s degree in Applied Nanotechnology at Saxion University of Applied Sciences and plans to graduate in 2018. In this interview, Michelle shares her experiences, explaining why she decided to study in the Netherlands and started this study programme.
Smart solution - Trying on your favourite clothes online
Trying on your favourite clothes online? Third-year HBO-ICT students have developed a machine learning tool that allows customers to easily create a 3D image of themselves using their own photos.
Saxion International HRM students on an international scientific adventure in America!
A research paper from IHRM students Kristy McGovern and Nikita Simon has been accepted for the scientific conference of the Eastern Academy of Management which will be held in Rhode Island, America.
Blockchain and crypto for dummies
You have probably heard of it: blockchain and crypto currency. These terms became widely used almost overnight and have become part of our everyday vocabulary. But... what exactly is it all about?
Successful International Sports Day for Saxion Students
On the 7th of April, forty international students of Saxion represented the university of applied sciences during the International Sports Day in the Hague. We can look back on a successful and memorable experience.
Saxion students develop VR solution for Thales and the Navy
In the past months, seven students of the Saxion Creative Media and Game Technologies programme have carried out an assignment for Thales and the Royal Navy. They made an example of a virtual reality area that can be used for training.
Working together with students in China
This year, the minor ‘Doing business with China’ is working together with a partner university in China for the first time: Huang Shan. Saxion students have brainstorm sessions on a regular basis with six fellow students in China.
One World Symposium: internationalisation and sustainable development
Students who go abroad during their studies learn how valuable it is to look outside their own culture. This was one of the themes during the One World Symposium.
Saxion signs Sustainable Development Goals agreement
On the 29th of March, during the One World Symposium, Saxion University of Applied Sciences signed the Sustainable Development Goals agreement.
International students come up with a sustainable technology to reduce the use of energy with an increased production.
A group of 45 international students worked on a number of issues posed by SMEs during the third edition of the Challenge Day. The team with the best solution won a prize of €1,000.-