CCBS Staff + Administration

Last updated 02 April 2014


Sander Schroevers

Sander is initiator of this ‘minor’, and his evening lessons will mainly entail two elements, a focus country or a cross cultural generic skill. Besides these two topics he will also direct your overall research and writing projects towards publication during the second part of the Thursday-evening lessons. Since 2005, Sander has served as President of the Board of IECIE: l'institut européen de communication internationale d'entreprise (the European Institute for International Business Communication). An institute based in Issy-les-Moulineaux (Paris), France. Recently Sander has become a part-time lecturer at the Hogeschool van Amsterdam and visiting professor at academic and professional institutions in a.o.: Estonia, Germany, India or Malaysia. Before this Sander was founder and CEO of a consulting practice in the field of international communication and public relations in Milan, Italy and Tokyo, Japan. A graduate in International Relations and Law at the Amsterdam University, Sander was also educated in Berlin, Paris, Rabat, Tokyo, New York and Rome. He speaks some ten languages, although you mainly will be hearing English (with some Dunglish).
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Riana Schreurders-Van den Bergh

Riana runs a theory class/workshop every Tuesday afternoon at CCBS. Riana was born in Pretoria, South Africa. She joined Trompenaars Hampden-Turner in 2009 as a Cultural Intelligence expert and has been a trainer in the intercultural field since 2005, focusing on Intercultural Awareness for expatriates and managers.

She completed her Bachelor of Commerce with specialization in Human Resource Management (cum laude) at the University of Pretoria. Riana completed her Masters, with the focus on Cultural Intelligence (cum laude), whilst lecturing at the University of Pretoria and the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Her Master’s thesis forms the basis of a Cultural Intelligence workshop which is gaining increased popularity among international managers in South Africa. Based on her own experiences of expatriation to the Netherlands, Riana Ph.D. was on the adjustment experiences of expatriate women professionals living and working in different cultures.

In 2006, Riana was elected as one of South Africa’s 100 brightest young student leaders and achievers; and in 2008 she was awarded Honorary Academic Colors and an award for being one of the Top 20 student achievers in the Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences at the University of Pretoria.

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Aynur Dogan

Aynur Doğan was born in Turkey and raised in Nijmegen. After graduating with a Master's degree in Communication at the University of Amsterdam, she worked as researcher for the company MindShare and afterwards as final editor for seven daily newspapers. She has authored six books, dealing with such topics as copyright, commercial communication and interviewing. After having lived in many countries Aynur founded ‘Trendens’ in 2002. In addition she has been an applied communication and quantitative research lecturer since 2005 at the programmes of the Amsterdam Fashion Institute and Trade Management Asia of the Hogeschool van Amsterdam.

In the Project Class you will be introduced to the essential elements of each term’s research products, namely the international Survey assignment (term I) and the research for Country Profile and the pocketbook chapter (term I and II). Because the class room is equipped with computers, teams are able to work, discuss and improve their research. Aynur will be able to coach teams individually, telling them (as an experienced editor) how to work with text and image, how to cite sources and for the interview teams, how to formulate the right questions to respondents and process their answers into writing. Her project class will provide you with a platform, instead of just a simple deadline.
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Administrative involved people this semester 

 

International Relations Officer (exchange)

Please sort the first-line questions regarding registring for this course with your Incoming Team contact person at the International Centre.
www.hva.nl/sem-exchange
HvA School of Economics and Management
Fraijlemaborg 133, Amsterdam ZO
HvA Fraijlemaborg building, room 4.109
Telephone: +31 (0)20-523 6867

 

Student Coordinator (full-time)

Contact person for all HvA fulltime students and non-HvA guest or exchange students: Mrs. Ineke Odenhoven (not working on Mondays)

HvA School of Economics and Management
HvA KroonState building, room C0.04
Address: H.J.E. Wenckebachweg 144 - 148
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Please realise that as our guest, your own school must have signed a so-called ‘leerovereenkomst’. You can obtain a copy of that from Mrs. Ineke Odenhoven. Try to arrange your own school’s signature as early as possible, since it is not sure if without these you will be allowed to get grades and ECTS points. In the meantime you are of course very welcome in class. If you are a guest student and have fulfilled all necessary administrative contacts, you should have received a letter with your access codes etc. earlier on. If not: please contact Mrs. Ineke Odenhoven asap!
Students from other countries need to communicate with their Exchange coordinator to be able to participate in this course in the Netherlands. This person also needs to co-sign the HvA Exchange application form.

 

Grade Coordinator (full-time, Kies-Op-Maat, exchange)

If you are a partt-ime student at the HvA (other schools: please see Kies-Op-Maat) then all your garde questions can be directed at:
Ms. Joos Mulder.
HvA School of Economics and Management
HvA KroonState building, room C0.03
Address: H.J.E. Wenckebachweg 144 - 148
Telephone: +31 (0)20 595 2472
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Grade Coordinator (only parttime)

Contact mail address only for HvA parttime students:
HvA School of Economics and Management
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Study programme manager

Manager Commerciële Economie deeltijd (CE part-time).
Ms. Hans Seubring-Vierveyzer is in charge of the CCBS course, and available for you in case of questions, compliments or complaints.
HvA School of Economics and Management
HvA Fraijlemaborg building, room FMB 0.084
Address: Fraijlemaborg 133, 1102 CV  Amsterdam
Telephone: +31 (0)20 595 2437
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Quality assurance

Ms. Mirjam Foekens-Reitsma is the responsible manager for the evaluation, as well as quality assurance and accreditation issues.
HvA School of Economics and Management
HvA Leeuwenburg building
Address: Weesperzijde 190
Telephone: +31 (0)6-1262 8354
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