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"It has been an absolute privilege to work with the students. The energy, eagerness to learn and bold questions challenging our business and way of working is refreshing.”

– Nanne Hurts, Associate Director Turner & Townsend Netherlands




''The collaboration with the students at the University of Northumbria (Amsterdam campus) was a real pleasure and inspiring experience. Not only because of the result, which is excellent, but also the open discussion with a very intelligent, creative, and passionate team of 'future minds' was inspiring and provided new insights''.

– Arie Voorburg, Innovation & Business Development Arcadis




''We had a great project period with the students from Northumbria. A fresh approach, clear insights and a lot of commitment from the students.''

– Max Stam, Co-founder of Frank!y.




''In my role as Executive Director Projects & Services at the NBCC I have had the pleasure to be involved in two project assignments with students from Northumbria University from start to finish. I can only say that it has been a tremendous pleasure to work with these talented, highly-motivated and eager-to-perform students from various parts of the world. Not only that, through their assignments they have supplied the NBCC with valuable and high-level insights in international market developments. I can recommend wholeheartedly to work with them!''

- Michiel van Deursen, Former Executive Director Projects & Services at the NBCC


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