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We have a winner!

09 March 2018

At the end of 2017 we hosted our annual Career Survey. As always students who responded could win great prizes: vouchers for usage at the I Shop or 400 euros to spend on...anything.
Today we announced our first prize winner: Gijs Westra!

We met with him at the I Shop and presented him with his prize. He participated with the idea of 'you never know what happens'. During a class (which we heard was not that interesting) he heard he won the big prize of 400 euros. It goes without saying he spend the rest of the class browsing the internet to see what he would do with his voucher. His fellow students did make some suggestions but he isn't quite sure what he'll do yet. It might be something practical such as a washingmachine but he could also use a new phone.

Good luck with your decision Gijs!

Did you win one of the smaller prize vouchers? Come by the I Shop soon!

This year's Survey winner!
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