[Belgium] Ghent University, Faculty of Arts and Philosophy, Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, and Faculty of Political and Social Sciences
Multiple Departments Exchange Agreement signed in February 2012
* Supervisor: Faculty of Letters, Faculty of Humanities
Partner Affiliation: Faculty of Arts and Philosophy, Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, and Faculty of Political and Social Sciences
Ghent University, founded in 1817, is one of the leading universities among the Dutch-speaking universities. It is a university with a distinct linguistic and cultural identity, which makes it a useful and socially pluralistic university, open to students from all social, cultural and political backgrounds.
- The Faculty of Arts and Philosophy consists of eleven departments that offer a wide variety of courses (e.g. Language and Literature, African Languages and Cultures, Oriental Languages and Cultures, Eastern European Languages and Cultures, Archaeology, History, Art, Philosophy and Moral Sciences). One of the largest faculties at Ghent University, it is particularly active in student exchanges, sending and receiving students.
- The Faculty of Engineering and Architecture consists of 14 departments, which are organized according to their research interests and offer a wide range of research (e.g., architecture, urban construction, civil engineering, mechanical, energy conversion, materials engineering, chemistry, electronics, photonics, computer science, ICT, applied mathematics, physics, and (e.g., systems theory, biomedical engineering, and management engineering). In addition, they work together to provide a variety of educational programs.
The minimum level of English proficiency required to take courses abroad is B2. This is the fourth level of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR), which is a very high level.
Updated October 2020