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13000
Students enrolled in this school.
5
Bachelor's programs offered entirely in English.
Master's programs offered entirely in English.

Why should I study here?

As an institute based on a culture of internationalisation, Artevelde University College Ghent is an active partner in diverse international networks, attends various international conferences and collaborates intensively with international partners for educational and research purposes.

Moreover, Artevelde University College Ghent stimulates outgoing staff and student mobility and warmly welcomes international incoming staff and students. Finally, besides the regular study programmes, Artevelde University College Ghent offers a wide variety of international courses, often with a clear emphasis on interdisciplinarity. We also offer the possibility to follow Dutch language courses to guarantee successful integration as a foreign student.The university college educates professionals whose creativity, innovative ways of thinking and sense of entrepreneurship cross borders. 

Artevelde University College Ghent aspires to excellence and durability and is stimulated by its collaborators to do so. Studying at Artevelde University College Ghent, known for its excellent student-oriented services, education, and guidance, will most certainly live up to your expectations, as well as the attractive social, cultural, and touristic activities the city of Ghent has to offer.

Artevelde University College has got a strong research policy relying on an explicit choice for practice-based scientific research with concrete applications. Practice-based research is strongly connected to education, the field, and science, which means the research results keep the training curricula up-to-date, ensure innovation and professionalism, and result in social services.

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What is student life like?

Student Facilities offer a wide range of student services, enabling every student to study and develop himself or herself carefree and in the best circumstances.

Living in GhentHere you can find all the information you need to know about renting a room. From Thursday 11th June 2015 (09:00 AM), you will be able to apply for a room via our service. 

Please be aware that the minimum rental duration for a room via our service is 4,5 months. Hungry or thirsty? Indulge in our cafeteria and be amazed by the good quality and prices in De Kantiene, campus Kantienberg. For less than five euros, you can enjoy the daily dish and soup. 

Sandwiches and salads are also available. We think ecologically and from a fair-trade point of view. Sports? Plenty to choose from! Just make a choice: badminton, dance, volleyball, basketball, swimming, indoor football, and conditioning training. Every day of the week, you can go somewhere for some exercise or a competition! 

Questions? 

Contact us! transportation? It's possible to go around Ghent by bike. 

Contact VZW Studentmobility to find out more about the possibilities for bike rental. With a Buzzy pass (till the age of 24), you can hop on and hop off trams and buses in Flanders. For more information, please visit the website of De Lijn.

Scholarships & Funding

Housing options.

The school does have a housing office that helps students find and arrange houses.  Housing generally ranges from 400-600 euros per month.

Dining information

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