Stay in touch videos

Stay in touch with Valentijn and Thato

"Whatever you're thinking. Think bigger. There's more to explore than we can imagine."

Lecturer Valentijn van der Wal gives his advice to students. 

Get some inspiration from Redo

"If I tend to stay too long in the can't... I will never climb out of there. But if I start to focus on the possibilities then you're on a different mindset." 

How do you handle setbacks? Redo Ait Chitt explains his way of living.

Stay in touch with Viktoria and Alex

"I think BUas did a great job in making us feel celebrated." 

What was it like to graduate during corona? Viktoria Ivan shares her experience.

Introduction week 2020

This year the BUas event organisation worked extra hard to make this introduction week as memorable as possible within the corona guidelines.

Stay in touch with Maurits and Guus

It is one of the best things from your studies that will stay with you: the introduction week! But what does that look like in this Covid-19 year? Is it still worth it?

Organisers (and BUas students) Maurits Heemskerk and Guus Cals think it is, and explain in this video what the new students can expect.

Our new alumni

Congratulations to all our graduates!

Despite the restrictive measures due to covid-19, our new alumni experienced a spectacular graduation ceremony.  Check out the video to get an impression of this enjoyable event.

Stay in touch with Anushka and Stanislav

"Luckily, I still got to experience my exchange." 

Stanislav Mladenov, Creative Business student, about his exchange to the U.S.A.

Stay in touch with Joel and Stephanie

"We think that it is going to be a very special ceremony that people will remember for their whole life."

Stephanie Ackermans, Event Coordinator ABEL, about the graduation ceremony during Covid-19. 

Stay in touch with Eva and Jos

"I think that people still are going to travel. For sure."

Eva Kätz, Master Tourism Destination Management student, about how she sees the near future in the travel industry. 

Stay in touch with Tijs en Roy

"We can’t just disappear. There are people that are depending on us."

Roy Tal, Event coordinator ESN Breda about what ESN is doing to keep their community together.

Stay in touch with Charlie

"I never thought much about a nice hug or a handshake even and how important that physical contact is to be feeling connected to individuals."

Charlie Hicks, lecturer Creative Business, about what bothers him the most during the corona crisis. 

Stay in touch with Lauren and Goof

"How can we look at the corona crisis from a social innovation perspective? And how do we share our knowledge with the outside world? Are there any ‘good things’ about corona?"

Find out about these questions and more in this video, featuring graduating student Lauren and lecturer Goof Lukken.

Stay in touch with Sam

"You get a glimpse into other people's living environments and because everyone has to adapt, it creates a bond." 

For lecturer Sam van der Laan, these current times also bring cohesion.

Stay in touch with Siobhan and Jitske

'I have all the time I need to pick up some new hobbies.'

Siobhan Kaufman, student, and Jitske Grandia, Outgoing Exchange Coordinator, about some positive effects of the corona impact

Stay in touch with Valentijn and Lobke

'How am I supposed to do this?'

Valentijn van den Heuvel, student, and Lobke Degenaar, Team lead internal and external communication, about the impact of studying and working from home.

Stay in touch with Dennis

'This is really something we need to go and tackle.'

Dennis Petersen, instructor for Bar, Banqueting and Events, about switching to online education.

Stay in touch with Vanina

'Although we are not together on campus, we stay connected.'

How does Vanina, international student from Bulgaria, cope with the lockdown?

Stay in touch with Elisabeth

'I am very impressed how the BUas communitiy is dealing with this challenge.'

Elisabeth Minnemann, President of the Executive Board, is concerned about students and staff, but she is also proud of the BUas community.