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Study Programmes.

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An exchange student is a student who temporarily studies at HOGENT for one semester or academic year, but stays enrolled at her or his home institution. Exchange students are expected to earn credits which they can transfer to their degree studies at their home institution.

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Education,
Health and
Social Work

The international curriculum of the faculty of Education, Health and Social Work aims at offering higher education from an international, intercultural and interdisciplinary and innovative point of view. This curriculum offers you an exciting learning experience and a challenge for further professional and personal development. 

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Social
Work

The Social Work programme of 30 credits is organized in the spring semester and aims at offering higher education from an international, intercultural and interdisciplinary point of view. Collaboration, networking and connection are important action tools for every social worker to win the battle against social inequity.

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Business, Languages & Applied Information Technology

The international curriculum is open for business, language and IT students and is offered twice a year. The programme includes a wide range of subjects such as finance, strategy and entrepreneurship, law, languages (English, French, German and Spanish), mobile application development, ...

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School
of Arts

The Royal Academy of Fine Arts (KASK) and the Royal Conservatory constitute the School of Arts of HOGENT. The school brings together talented and motivated students with outstanding educators, active artists, designers and theorists in art and design from all over the world.
 

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Important! You can only be considered as an exchange student if there is a valid bilateral agreement between your home institution and HOGENT. An interactive overview of all agreements of HOGENT can be found here.

Short intensive courses.

Our short intensive courses (e.g. summer schools and bootcamps) are open for international students.

A degree student enrols at HOGENT as a regular student in order to obtain a full degree for one of the following programmes.

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Associate
Degrees

An associate degree is a higher vocational training and aims upon further development of a specific profession with a high focus on practice. Not all courses are taught in English.

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Bachelors

HOGENT educates and trains future-proof students. In order to guarantee the long-term employability of students in a changing society, future-proof skills are central to every study programme.

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Advanced bachelors

As these are advanced bachelor programmes, you need to have obtained a valid bachelor diploma prior to the training of your choice. Be aware that not all courses are taught in English.

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Masters

HOGENT offers 4 master programmes in the arts. The Royal Academy of Fine Arts (KASK) and the Royal Conservatory constitute the School of Arts of HOGENT.
 

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Advanced masters

As these are advanced master programmes, you need to have obtained a valid master diploma prior to the training of your choice. Be aware that not all courses are taught in English.

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Postgraduate
non degrees

Postgraduate non degree courses give students an opportunity to enlarge the knowledge formerly acquired with a bachelor or master degree. Be aware that not all courses are taught in English.

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Specific
teacher
training

In Flanders, a Teaching Qualification for bachelor or master graduates allows individuals to teach further generations the knowledge they have acquired during their studies.

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