The Staff training: Assessing quality in university partnerships is hosted by Ghent University in Belgium.

About the University

Ghent University is one of the leading higher education and research institutions in the Low Countries. Located in a historic, student-friendly city in the cultural and economic hub of Europe, Ghent University is an active partner in a wide variety of national and international educational, scientific and industrial cooperation networks.
Ghent University’s 11 faculties consist of 125 departments, offering high-quality, research based programmes in a wide range of academic disciplines. Dare to think is more than a slogan at Ghent University. In a creative, development-oriented educational and research environment about 41,000 students and 8,500 staff members are encouraged to adopt a critical attitude.
All these factors, combined with a strong international focus, make Ghent University a top-rank university in Europe.

About Ghent

The City of Ghent is located in Flanders, the Dutch-speaking region of Belgium. Ghent is distinguished by its eclectic mix of past and present. It holds one of Europe’s finest panoramas of water, spires and centuries-old grand houses.

The city boasts a unique mixture of historical architecture and contemporary events, museums of international repute and impressive gastronomic choice. But this is no place to simply kickback. With 70,000 students, Ghent is the largest student city of Belgium – which mean slinger-as-long-as-you-like cafés, well-priced restaurants and a laid-back atmosphere.
Ghent University has an intimate relation with the City of Ghent. The university is not a campus university, but is spread out over and around the city centre. Students are deeply entwined with life in Ghent and enliven the atmosphere. They form a dynamic mix with the permanent inhabitants and leave their mark on city life in various aspects. The active cultural scene is just one example.

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Key dates

29 - 31 October 2018

Registration until: 15/10/2018

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