The students are very honest and ask you the most interesting questions.

Lotte Bulten, VO Mundus/AICS lecturer, practical education/havo/vwo


I have been working for Esprit Schools for four years, and at the time I specifically chose Mundus College. I also work as a Dutch language teacher at AICS, one of Esprit's international schools. Every Esprit school has its own individual character and educational concept, which makes Esprit highly appealing.

At Mundus College, I am a year 5 mentor (practical education) and teach general education ('avo') subjects. I teach Dutch, maths, citizenship and personal development and socialisation. Because I teach so many different subjects, no two lessons are ever alike, and I get to see different sides of students. In addition to these subjects, I also have mentoring tasks such as having conversations with students, involving parents, consulting with care officials and external support organisations.

As a part of Esprit Schools, Mundus is a school with many different types of students from different backgrounds, and each student has their own dreams and ambitions. In addition, the students are very honest and ask you the most interesting questions. I really like the variety in my job.

Working in education keeps you grounded because you encounter situations with students that you have never experienced before, you are aware of what is going on in society and you help the students to deal with this. This is very satisfying.