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Business, Retail and Languages.

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Business, Retail and Languages.

The School of Business and Management offers an extensive English-taught curriculum and attracts high numbers of exchange students from its many European partner institutions. The added value of an international experience cannot be underestimated. Since courses are taught in English, we require the students to have a good command of the English language (B2 level is advised).

This international curriculum is open for business, retail and language students and is offered twice a year. The programme includes a wide range of subjects such as finance, strategy and entrepreneurship, law, marketing, languages (English, French, German and Spanish), and cross-cultural topics.

Practical info autumn semester

  • Welcome Days: 23 & 24 September 2021
  • Start of the programme: 27 September 2021
  • Start of exams: 10 January 2022
  • End of semester: 4 February 2022

Practical info spring semester

  • Welcome Days: 10 & 11 February 2022
  • Start of the programme: 14 February 2022
  • Start of exams: 30 May 2022
  • End of semester: 30 June 2022

Questions about the
content of the program?

Please contact your International Academic Coordinator School of Business and Management:

fabienne.mornie@hogent.be

Particular study expenses

Practical questions?

Please contact your Incoming student advisor: incoming@hogent.be

The international curriculum is open for business and language 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) and cross-cultural topics.

Online catalogue

Select courses according to your educational background and future aspirations. Compose your curriculum by choosing a coherent set of courses: Commercial Track (Business Management) - Financial Track (Business Management) - Languages (Languages ). Try to stay in the same track to avoid overlap with scheduling. For language courses, you need to meet the minimum Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) level indicated.

Online catalogue

Select courses according to your educational background and future aspirations. Compose your curriculum by choosing a coherent set of courses from one or more of the subject areas below. For language courses, you need to meet the minimum Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) level indicated.

 
Language Track (language students)
Autumn Semester Spring Semester
Professional Communication in French (CEFR B1) (5 ECTS) Business Culture and Intercultural Communication in English (CEFR B1) (5 ECTS)
Professional Communication in English (CEFR B1) (5 ECTS) Professional Communication in German (CEFR A2) (4 ECTS)
Business Reporting in French and English (CEFR B2) (10 ECTS) Professional Communication in Spanish (CEFR A2) (4 ECTS)
German communication in everyday life and work (CEFR A2) (3 ECTS) HR Communication in French (receptive CEFR C1, productive CEFR B2) (4 ECTS)
Spanish communication in everyday life and work (CEFR A2) (3 ECTS) HR Communication in English (receptive CEFR C1, productive CEFR B2) (4 ECTS)
Commercial Training (French language) (3 ECTS) German for professional external communication (CEFR B1) (3 ECTS)
  Spanish for professional external communication (CEFR B1) (3 ECTS)
Team Management (English language) (3 ECTS)  
Professional Communication in German IV (CEFR B1) (4 ECTS)  
Professional Communication in Spanish IV (CEFR B1) (4 ECTS)  
Entrepreneurship (3 ECTS) Entrepreneurship (3 ECTS)
Survival Dutch (3 ECTS) Survival Dutch (3 ECTS)
U!reka Debates (3 ECTS) U!reka Debates (3 ECTS)
Design Thinking Lab (3 ECTS) Design Thinking Lab (3 ECTS)
 

Ready to come to Ghent?

Then check out our practical guide!