The UT’s faculty of Science and Technology (TNW) organised the ‘bring your culture’ event yesterday at Technohal. Whether it was Polish comedy, Dutch folk dance or Bulgarian music, all students were able to show other students a part of their culture at the event.
With the beginning of the new academic year, the sports and culture associations are also starting up again. How do they deal with activities that often require interpersonal contact, now that we are living in corona times? Irene van de Zande, board member of the Student Union, provides an insight.
The foundation International Student Productions Enschede will perform the second musical next May, 'Fiddler on the Roof'. A request for a financial guarantee is currently pending at the UT. 'A large Broadway musical involves a large budget.'
De stichting International Student Productions Enschede voert volgend jaar mei de tweede musical op, 'Fiddler on the Roof'. Een aanvraag voor financiële garantstelling ligt momenteel bij de UT. ‘Bij een grote Broadwaymusical komt een groot budget kijken.’
Culture workshops, food, sports, and a party all on the same day? Save your energy for the 20th of May, the day on which ESN Twente will bring you the long-anticipated Culture Festival! Spanning the entire Saturday, this festival offers you a day packed with a wide selection of activities including dance, language, music and fashion workshops, fun sports, culinary dishes, and a closing party featuring a live DJ playing international music.
Would you like to taste traditional Indian, Mexican, Indonesian or Chinese food all at once? Then Global Food Fair is the place to be. This intercultural event will take place this Thursday evening at the UT.
Yesterday, ESN Twente organized its very first Culture Night, first in a series of events focused on cultural integration at the UT. This time, the spotlight was on the Dutch culture and, given the time of the year, Sinterklaas was the main theme of the evening.
China, as one of the largest countries in the world, has a very rich history and culture. Would you like to learn more about it, but can´t afford a flight ticket all the way to the Orient? No problem. Visit the Chinese Culture Event this Sunday, 5th of June, 2016.
Balkan-inspired pop music imbued with swing and reggae is what goes to make up the sound of Amariszi. The band played at the open-air theatre at the UT yesterday.
On the 6th of May the ‘open podium 2014 - the international edition’ will take place at the UT campus. This event, which will feature many different performances including theatre, dancing or choir, is organized by Apollo in partnership with UT’s platform for internationalization UniTe. UT Nieuws spoke to the representatives of the two organizing associations, Ajay Kumar from UniTe and Jord Bolhaar from Apollo.
Amr Shaker avoided the 'overrated Netherlands' as a tourist. But yet he is seen as one of them. 'Not having a bike was a bold sign saying: 'I am a tourist.' Even though he is actually just a student.
Last year, fifty international students got a taste of Dutch hospitality at Dine with the Dutch. This year, a cooperation of four Christian student associations will provide free meals to co-students from other countries. The aim: to get to know each other’s culture better.