Hi everyone! My name is Femke Janssen, 22 years old and you may know me as the Treasurer of the Board 2022-2023. After my board year, I have not been sitting still. Recently, I have started my Master in Accountancy here at Tilburg University. Furthermore,…
My name is Tom Hoskens and this year I am the External Affairs Officer of Asset | International Business & Management.
I am 22 years old and I am from Geldrop, a village just beneath Eindhoven. I am currently already living in Tilburg for more than 3 years, and I can honestly say these have been the most fun years of my life! I am a fourth-year International Business Administration student, and I only have to do my exchange to complete my bachelor’s. This is my first year at Asset | IB&M, however, it feels like I have been here forever. The ambiance within the organization is subliminal and everyone is extremely friendly. Even though a lot of members already knew each other for multiple years, I immediately felt included within the group. Within Asset | IB&M there is a very open and inclusive culture, you have students from year 1 to master students hanging out together and it really feels like a large friend group. Also the international character of Asset | IB&M is very fun to function in, you have committees with multiple nationalities and cultures, in which you really learn a lot.
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Welcome to our first Go-Business article of the academic year 2022-2023! After long discussions, we realized that the best topic for this article would be something to help other students with their future. That is why diving into the life of Hugo Breuning was the perfect opportunity to take, an intern, student, and Active member at Asset | IB&M. Some may be asking
themselves, how does he do it all? Which is what we’ll try to portray here.
Firstly, Hugo decided to study International Business Administration at Tilburg University because he was captivated by the international aspect of the program. He did consider similar Dutch bachelors, but he believed that by following an English-taught program he would have access to more opportunities abroad, which was of interest to him.
As some of you may know, in the third year of the IBA program students have to decide whether they want to go on exchange, do an internship or follow a minor in a field of their interest. Hugo chose to do an internship as he wanted to get more practical skills and wanted to improve his skills by actually stepping into the work field.
Furthermore, his internship took place at MetrixLab in Rotterdam.Read more »