Located in Ghent, the largest student city in Belgium, Artevelde University of Applied Sciences is one of the largest university colleges in Flanders, with over 15,000 students. The university educates professionals who push their boundaries through creativity, innovative thinking and entrepreneurship, and pursue excellence and sustainability. Founded in 2000 from the merger of four local universities of applied sciences, Today it is a progressive center of expertise for education, research and development where students, staff members and strategic partners work together in a stimulating, internationally-oriented environment.
Artevelde offers a range of international programs taught in English in the fields of education, business management, event planning, communication, journalism, and media & design. Each program excels because of its specific focus and its mixture of both international and Flemish students, providing an interesting intercultural atmosphere.See All 20 Photos
Artevelde University of Applied Sciences GhentGhent, Belgium Campus Website5,000 - 20,000 on Campus250,000+ residents in GhentLanguage(s) spoken on campus: Dutch
All campuses are located in Ghent. Ghent is situated in Flanders, the northern part of Belgium, 50 kilometers from the seaside and vibrant cities worth a visit such as Brussels, Bruges and Antwerp. Cozy winter days or never-ending summer days with people gathering in the many parks or near the river, Ghent has something to offer in every season. With its numerous cultural attractions such as the International Film Fest, the “Gentse feesten” city festival, museums and the many cafes, there is always something new to discover. Because of its central location in Europe, Belgium is the perfect departure point to explore the continent. Studying at Artevelde University of Applied Sciences means learning in a city full of history, museums of international repute, impressive gastronomic options, outdoor activities, and a vivid music and festival scene!
Every department organizes an orientation program and a social and cultural welcome week for its international students (ISEP students included) with a number of activities to help them accommodate on campus and in Ghent. At the beginning of each semester students are shown around by the international coordinator. The orientation program is part of the program. Some departments work with a buddy system, appointing a Belgian fellow student to guide the international students on campus and in Ghent.
The ESN student organization helps international students to make their time in Ghent a great experience. They organize parties, trips, cultural activities and much more throughout the academic year. The Artevelde student service offers a sports card to ISEP students at a student’s price to participate in a wide range of sport activities such as badminton, zumba, African dance, street dance, basketball and swimming. Every year around the end of September, the “Student Kick Off” is organized in the center of Ghent, a great event to start the academic year.