Pieternel is the study advisor of the master program Metropolitan Analysis, Design and Engineering (MSc MADE). During their studies, students encounter all different kinds of personal and educational challenges. As the study advisor, Pieternel is the first point of contact for students to ensure their study progress and well-being. Next to that she is involved in promotion of the program and informing students who are interested in starting the master program.

Pieternel holds a MSc degree in Leisure, Tourism and Environment from Wageningen University and Research. While she still enjoys travelling and working in situations where tourism and environment touch one another, she also really enjoys guiding and coaching students to make the most out of their study program and (student) life.

The programs Pieternel works for are the BSc Tourism and MSc Metropolitan Analysis, Design and Engineering (MSc MADE). Both programs touch upon her interest in sustainable (tourism) development, which makes her work with like-minded students even more enjoyable.

As a tourism professional and someone who loves her (natural) environment, Pieternel is well aware of the challenges we face in the world and believes that AMS Institute and MSc MADE contribute significantly to making positive changes to our surroundings.

“These students can really make a change and I am pleased I can be part of their journey.”

Pieternel Cremers

Study Advisor MSc MADE

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First graduation ceremony MSc MADE

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The first cohort of MSc MADE students has graduated! They received their well-earned MSc diploma during a festive graduation ceremony at AMS Institute.

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First graduation ceremony MSc MADE

Education

The first cohort of MSc MADE students has graduated! They received their well-earned MSc diploma during a festive graduation ceremony at AMS Institute.

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First graduation ceremony MSc MADE

Education

The first cohort of MSc MADE students has graduated! They received their well-earned MSc diploma during a festive graduation ceremony at AMS Institute.