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18 September 2017
FEB Learning Communities

Would you like to specialise in a specific topic and enhance your learning experience? Together with fellow students and professionals you can dive deeper into a topic that has your personal interest or passion and gain more insights and relevant skills.

Who: students from all FEB study programmes and all levels (BSc, Pre-MSc, MSc, Exchange, PhD)
When: September 2017 - January 2018 (not including exam weeks)
Where: FEB project rooms (t.b.a.)
Time investment: approximately 2-4 hours a week

What’s in it for you?

  • gain hands-on experience
  • get a unique learning experience outside the classroom
  • engage in collaborative projects with the corporate world
  • build social connections and strengthen your network with external organisations
  • exchange knowledge with fellow-students and professionals
  • develop skills such as negotiation, networking, teamwork, leadership, interviewing, presentations, technical skills and more

Elisa Labbas
Elisa Labbas

Elisa Labbas worked at the case of the nickel mine in Papua New Guinea for a Leaning Community Social Impact Assessment:

'The topic we studied was closely related to what I have been learning. Making a case study was new to me. It was very concrete, very interesting to see all this footage and dive into it.'


  1. Social Impact Assessment, with focus on Groninger Earthquakes
  2. Integrated Reporting for SMEs
  3. Sustainable City Logistics
  4. Women in Business: Diversity-Management Skills (deadline has passed)
  5. New Business Development in Africa
  6. Programming (deadline has passed)


For questions, don't hesitate to e-mail Marjan van Ittersum via For more information about FEB Learning Communities and application, please check the website.

Last modified:03 October 2017 09.38 a.m.

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