Student Projects

The Faculty of Society and Economics of the Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences places an emphasis on application-oriented and interdisciplinary research.  It therefore attaches great importance to practical relevance and a close interlinking between education, research, entrepreneurship and governmental framework. In practical projects and assignments, students can apply their theoretical knowledge which they acquired in courses and seminars. The Faculty of Society and Economics provides them with its modern laboratory facilities as an infrastructure. 

Kleve Model United Nations (KleMUN) 2018

Kleve Model United Nations Conference (KleMUN) is a student-organized conference that takes place every year in November. During those 4 days the United Nations come to the idyllic town of Kleve, as every student plays the role of a diplomat representing a country, an organisation or a firm –just like in real life. In each of the six committees of this UN simulation the students intensely debate about important and critical issues of the international community. The discussions are open and suitable for everyone, from the first-time fresher to the already far advanced MUN expert.

Trending Topics in HR

An interdisciplinary, collaborative project on trending topics in Human Resources for students from Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences and The Hague University of Applied Sciences.