At University College Twente, the Personal Pursuit is a yearly occurring project in which students have the freedom to pursue their passions and interests. This year, Robin Ross, one of our second-year students, decided to join the Autumn Challenge, a programme of the ECIU University. In this programme, he worked on a challenge of the Enschede municipality.
Together with four other students, Robin worked on a challenge about circular cities. Erasmus+ did an interview with Robin about this project, and wrote an article on it. In this article, the challenge is discussed, together with the meaning of making a real impact and the collaboration between students and a municipality.
The Personal Pursuit is a totally unique project that is part of our Technology, Liberal Arts and Sciences programme. Would you like to learn more about the Personal Pursuit, or read about other projects our students have worked on? Then please check the Personal Pursuit web page.
University College Twente offers a unique bachelor’s programme, Technology, Liberal, Arts and Sciences, to top students. Visit the University College Twente website for more information about the college and Technology, Liberal, Arts and Sciences website for more information about the bachelor program. Or visit us during the open day or a student-for-a-day.