One of our managing directors will open the One World Week with a motivational speech

Diverse but still connected. This is also the aim on Campus with such a diverse population of students and employees. This study subscribes to the same goal by investigating intercultural fields throughout both personal and mutual perceptions.

Organised by Folly Teko

Thu 26 March 2015 17:45 to 18:00

Venue Orion, gebouwnummer 103

Students unveil their views through perceptions on particular matters. The maker of this series focused on perceptions, feelings and projections that are expressed prior to physical or any direct contact. The findings (unknown but yet prevailing intercultural connections between students) encompass cultures, hence become as beneficial for the university as for the students. By showing what local students don't know about international students and vice versa, barriers are broken; a cohesion is enabled.  Intercultural fields lay high emphasis on establishing connectivity between students of different horizons.