Faculteit Mens en Welzijn

Campus Schoonmeersen
Valentin Vaerwyckweg 1 (auto, post)
Voskenslaan 270
9000 Gent
+32 (0)9 243 20 01
fmw@hogent.be

Faculteit Natuur en Techniek

Campus Schoonmeersen
Valentin Vaerwyckweg 1 (auto, post)
Voskenslaan 270 (voetgangers, openbaar vervoer)
9000 Gent
+32 (0)9 243 27 00
fnt@hogent.be

Faculteit Bedrijf en Organisatie

Campus Schoonmeersen
Valentin Vaerwyckweg 1 (auto, post)
Voskenslaan 270
9000 Gent
+32 (0)9 243 22 00
fbo@hogent.be

School of Arts

Campus Bijloke
J. Kluyskensstraat 2
9000 Gent
+32 (0)9 267 01 00
www.hogent.be/arts
schoolofarts@hogent.be

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POLICY OBJECTIVES

Afbeelding Policy Objectives

University College Ghent strives to excel in education, research, service provision and practice of the arts. Through the expertise of its staff and graduates and the valorisation of its research, University College Ghent is making a valuable contribution to a critical, creative and open society.

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.

University College Ghent wishes

  • to broaden and intensify its collaboration with Ghent University with a view to integration
  • to strengthen the interaction between its professional and academic courses
  • to be a decisive democratic organisation
  • to limit or simplify formal rules
  • to enhance its self-regulating ability
  • to act as a learning organisation with an international identity
  • to strengthen its position as a regional and international partner
  • to perpetuate the practically-oriented nature of its courses
  • to further increase the quantity and quality of its research
  • to facilitate the transfer of students and the intake of new students
  • to pursue an active human resources policy
  • to maintain relations with alumni and former members of staff
  • to cooperate structurally with the relevant social, economic and cultural parties
  • to achieve active pluralism on an ethical and social level