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  • 1. Saxion University of Applied Sciences School of Marketing & International Management Drs. B.L. Vrielink MBA
  • 2. Saxion: some facts
    • Created out of two separate universities of applied sciences in 1998
    • The name Saxion refers to our region Saxony
    • Saxion has a student population of approximately 23,000 students,
    • 2.000 international students
    • Saxion employs about 950 teachers and 750 supporting staff members
    • Bachelors and Masters programs
    • 22 different pathways.
    • The International Programs are taught in English.
    • A Dutch Bachelor or Master degree is recognized throughout the world and will enable graduates to seek and find employment in their own countries or many other countries across the Globe.
  • 3. Deventer
  • 4. Location Enschede
    • 160,000 inhabitants
    • former centre of the textile industry
    • 16,000 students
    • MIM Enschede offers 3 courses: IBMS, IBL and CE (Marketing)
  • 5. Location Deventer
    • 97,000 inhabitants
    • old Hanseatic city
    • 7,000 students
    • MIM Deventer offers 2 courses: IBMS and CE.
    • MIM Deventer also offers a special final year Marketing Manager Programme
  • 6. School of Marketing & International Management
  • 7.
    • The school of Marketing & International Management (MIM) is one of the 13 departments of Saxion
    • There are approximately 2500 students on both MIM locations
    • MIM offers 4 courses:
      • International Business & Management Studies
      • International Business & Languages
      • Marketing (Commerciële Economie)
      • Final Year Marketing
    • IBMS and Final Year Marketing are in English, IBL and Marketing are in Dutch
  • 8. Why choose Saxion?
    • We offer a wide range of interesting subjects taught in English
    • We are practice orientated
    • We have good student facilities
  • 9. We offer a wide range of interesting subjects taught in English
    • Customer & Relation Management
    • Retail & Category Management
    • Strategic Management
    • Human Resource Management
    • Business Marketing
    • Interactive Marketing
    • Database Marketing
    • Market research Project
    • Omnipresent Project
    • Logistics
    • Introduction to the Netherlands
    • See website www.mim.saxion.nl/exchange
  • 10. We are practice orientated
    • A problem or assignment is the starting point
    • Students work in a group on the assignment(s)
    • The teacher is the supervisor and is in charge of the learning process
    • Lectures provide opportunity to ask questions on theory that has been studied by the student
    • Knowledge, insight and skills are ‘tested in practice’
    • Students learn to plan work and to work in a structured way
  • 11. We have good student facilities
    • Study landscape (library)
    • Language lab
    • Copying and printing facilities
    • Computer rooms
    • Wifi
    • Group work tables
    • Restaurants and bars
    • A web-based e-mail system (I-notes)
    • Sport facilities at student prices
  • 12. Being an exchange student means
    • Obtaining valuable experience
    • Meeting new people
    • Experiencing a new culture
    • Being independent
    • Learning / improving your languages
    • Obtaining a foreign certificate of study
    • Having fun with fellow students
    • Having a chance to explore the Netherlands
    • Enjoying the time spent in the Netherlands
  • 13. Contact Saxion students
    • First: contact the person for International Affairs at your University
    • For more details on studies at Saxion: contact our Officer Incoming Students
    Ms. M.L. Perik P.O.Box 70000 7500 KB Enschede The Netherlands tel.: +31 (0)53 4871170 fax: +31 (0)53 4329067 e-mail: m.l.perik@saxion.nl
  • 14. Contact Saxion partners
    • For more details on partnerships:
    • contact our co-coordinator Internationalization
    Mrs. R. Smeding P.O.Box 501 7400 AM Deventer The Netherlands tel.: +31 (0)570 603035 fax: +31 (0)570 603713 e-mail: r.smeding@saxion.nl