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Exchange programmes

In your third year you will be able to take part in an international exchange programme. This is particularly interesting if you want to acquire more international experience. If you choose this option, you will not take minors.

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Studying abroad

The European Commission encourages students from EU countries to study abroad. To this end it has introduced its ‘Lifelong Learning Programme’, also known as the Erasmus Programme. Partly with a view to European integration, the Commission considers it important for European countries to co-operate with each other in providing students with an opportunity to widen their horizons. The Hotel School also takes part in this programme, which enables you to study at a foreign university for a period of five months. You will receive credits for this in accordance with the European Credit Transfer System. The exchange is arranged and supervised by the Hotel School’s International Office.

The Hotel School co-operates with:

Belgium
Haute Ecole de Lucia Brouckere, Institut Arthur Haulot, Brussel
Erasmushogeschool, department Hotel-Tourism, Brussel

France
Institut Paul Bocuse

Austria
FHTM Modul, Wenen

Spain
Universidad de Deusto, Donostia/San Sebastián
Escuela Universitaria de Turismo Sant Ignasi, Barcelona
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

United Kingdom
Oxford Brookes University
Leeds Metropolitan University 

Ireland
Dublin Institute of Technology

Denmark
Lillebaelt Academy, Odense

Finland
Laurea University of Applied Sciences, Espoo
 

And outside the EU we co-operate with:

Turkey
Özyeğin University Istanbul

South Africa
School of Tourism and Hospitality, Johannesburg

Russia
Plekhanov Russian Academy of Economics, Moskou

China
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Chili
Universidad Austral de Chile

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