With a transfer minor within a university of applied sciences educational programme
Carina Seidel (23) came to the Netherlands after her high school years in Münster, Germany to study Business Informatics (now Business IT & Management) at the Saxion University of Applied Sciences in Enschede. "I always liked mathematics: facing a problem and working on it until you've solved it. But I was looking for a practice-based educational programme, because I had no clear idea of the type of work that was available with a business and computer science combo. I was drawn to Enschede because you have to do an internship as part of Dutch university of applied sciences programmes. The internship helped me a lot. That company now even offered me a job. I now have a zero-hour contract, because I felt I was not done studying yet."