Schools

Antwerp Maritime Academy

The Antwerp Maritime Academy is the only college in Belgium to provide training in Nautical Sciences and Marine Engineering.

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Artesis Plantijn University College

As a University College, AP is more than just a higher education institution. AP is a learning city, an enricher of talent, an amplifier of commitment and a deepener of the students’ world view. With enthusiastic teachers, progressive content, direct honest orientation and maximum interaction with expertise, AP ensures that every student can fully develop his or her potential.

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Artevelde University College

Artevelde University College, member of the Ghent University Association, offers a wide variety of study programmes in the fields of business, teacher training, communication and media, healthcare and social work. We educate professionals who push their boundaries through creativity, innovative thinking and entrepreneurship, and pursue excellence and sustainability. Based on a culture of internationalisation, Artevelde University College is an active partner in several international networks and collaborates intensely with international partners for educational and research purposes.

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Erasmus University College Brussels

EhB's 6.000 students are clustered in 4 departments and 2 Schools of Arts located on 5 campuses throughout Brussels. The departments offer Bachelor programs with a strong professional focus while the Schools of Arts offer Bachelors and Masters in Music, Audiovisual and Performing Arts. The Erasmus University College Brussels is affiliated with Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB). Both higher education institutions work together in the Brussels University Association. EhB is strongly embedded internationally by actively participating in international networks, partnerships, projects and mobility programmes.

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Howest, University College West Flanders

Howest is a dynamic University of Applied Sciences known for its innovative and interdisciplinary approach to education and research, and its close collaboration with industry, business and the social profit sector. We constantly develop our course offer in English in order to position Howest as an attractive academic choice for students from abroad. At present we organise 2 Bachelor degrees fully in English as well as 21 English-taught semesters, to which we warmly welcome students. Howest continuously adapts its curricula to include new areas of knowledge and to put the latest research into practice. Creativity and entrepreneurship are part of the Howest DNA. Field-driven assignments and on-the-job training are key components of each programme. That is how we meet the changing needs of today’s society and arm our students with future-proof skills.   Committed and supportive lecturers embody Howest’s core values “serve - empower - care” which stimulate an open, pluralistic and international outlook on education, research and service to society.  Over the years, Howest has built a solid reputation in application-oriented scientific research, services and education, partnering with universities and work-field organisations in Belgium, Europe, and all over the world. Our students and staff are given plenty of opportunities to go global and gain international experience, thanks to international networks, scholarships and exchange programmes. Howest has led or actively participated in many highly successful international projects.

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Karel de Grote University College

KdG works and connects, locally and globally. There is room for debate and diversity in each campus. KdG makes participation work. Students actually have a say in how life is organized on campus. The way campuses are organized encourages co-creation; KdG stimulates and supports sustainable ideas that lead to a vivid campus life. KdG welcomes new and enticing ideas that inject campus life with a dash of inspiration and dynamism. This way we reveal the full potential of our talents, every day, and also outside our learning context.

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LUCA School of Arts

LUCA has an extensive international network of art and architecture schools spread across five continents. Among others, the school belongs to the Centre International de Liaison des Ecoles de Cinéma et de Télévision (CILECT), European League of Institutes of the Arts (ELIA), European Association for Architectural Education (EAAE), Association Européenne des Conservatoires (AEC) and CUMULUS for design education. Consequently, students and staff from LUCA can go on exchanges in more than two hundred higher education institutions inside and outside Europe.

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Odisee University College

Odisee campuses are located in Alost (Aalst), Brussels (Brussel), Dilbeek, Ghent (Gent), Schaerbeek (Schaarbeek) and Saint-Nicolas (Sint-Niklaas). Odisee offers 25 professional Bachelor degree programmes and 3 Bachelor-after-Bachelor programmes in 6 fields of study: Biotechnology, Commercial sciences and business studies, Education, Health care, Industrial science and technology and Social and community work. Odisee offers state-of-the-art education focusing on talent, diversity and a strong bond with the professional field of work.

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PXL University College

PXL University of Applied Sciences and Arts is a young dynamic and vibrant organisation; a centre of expertise for innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship. PXL offers professional bachelor programmes in Business, Education, Healthcare, IT, Media&Tourism, Music, Social Work and Technology, and bachelor and master programmes in Arts.

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Thomas More University College

Thomas More is the largest university of applied sciences in Flanders, offering more than 30 Dutch-taught and a range of English-taught bachelor degree programmes in the province of Antwerp. Next to that, Thomas More offers exchange programmes in English, for students from partner universities.

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University College Ghent

The mission of University College Ghent is reflected in its student mobility, its guaranteed transparent use of ECTS, the stimulation of active staff mobility, the support of international educational projects and international institutional cooperation through internationalisation of curricula and internationalisation at home. Our international office is a central unit which stimulates, informs, counsels and supports University College Ghent in its endeavours to shape this objective. This international orientation is highlighted even more by our participation in Ghent University Association, which aims at an international profile. This partnership enables us to reshape our European and international policy by taking into account the priorities set by the European Community.

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University Colleges Leuven-Limburg

At the foundation of our university college, lies the appreciation for each employee, student and partner. What makes UC Leuven-Limburg strong is them forming unique links, making one formidable chain. As an organization, we contribute to an enjoyable and inspiring work- and study environment, ruled by cordiality and respect. By giving one another trust, we enhance everyone’s involvement and we strengthen the UCLL-community.

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VIVES University College

VIVES challenges students and staff to explore the world, to learn from it, to shape and integrate it into their own learning, living and working environment. Thus the world becomes a meeting place and a home for each student and staff member. Internationalisation is therefore part of VIVES’ core mission. The three priorities of VIVES educational vision are: drive, connection and innovation

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