Six marketing students from Nova College in the Netherlands have come to Prague through the Pop-Up school program for one month. NCCC took four of them under their wing and gave them tasks or ´loaned´ them to NCCC member companies.
Working for NCCC
Kim, Tom, Toon and Louise mainly focused on promoting NCCC's new internship program and creating promotional material for NCCC. They are creating two promotional videos: one for new potential interns and one for the NCCC. For the internship program, the students communicated with universities of applied sciences in Netherlands. "I enjoy creating flyers, because I can use previous experience from other internships. There is also room for your own input." - Tom
Research at CBRE
Another NCCC member company the students visited was CBRE. The assignment Kim, Tom, Toon and Louise got was to search for articles about property management. "It was fun to see Bert Hesselink was excited with our final result." - Kim.
Glatzova & Co
The law firm Glatzova & co was the last member company they visited. Libuše Hasincová showed the students around and told them interesting stories about the law firm. "It was interesting to see how a lawyer´s firm is structured. " - Louise
ING teambuilding day
For ING Bank Toon and Kim created a video of ING's teambuilding day. The ING employees were renovating a public playground for children. "I really enjoyed it. It was very interesting to see how they set up everything. The atmosphere was great, and the people were kind." - Toon.
One of our first Prague experience
Our first impressions of Prague were the architecture looked familiar - the buildings are big and wide like in Austria. "I love the old buildings in Prague. I was very impressed with the beauty of the old part of Prague. I liked the medieval look of the Charles Bridge." - Louise
Nova College Pop-up school
Pop-Up School is an initiative of Nova College and Studytravel, where students can live abroad for one month. They have language classes in the morning and work on a project for a company in the afternoon. The Pop-Up School projects exist in Prague, Malaga, Valencia, Dublin, and Berlin.